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Roadwork begins Friday in Cornwall, P.E.I.

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Roadwork begins

Friday on Cornwall Road

CORNWALL – Work begins Friday, Oct. 2 at the intersection of Cornwall Road and Kingston Road and continues south on Cornwall Road for a distance of approximately 350 metres (until the first roundabout).

The project continues after the second roundabout and runs south for 1,110 metres for a total length of 1,460 metres. Work includes cold planing the existing asphalt and shoulder, placing an asphalt base in cold planed areas, placing asphalt seal over the full width of the road, and shouldering.

Motorists are asked to reduce their speed, obey signs and traffic control personnel. Two-way, one-lane stop-and-go traffic will be in effect. Delays can be expected.

Cape Road

getting upgrades

FRENCH RIVER – Work begins Friday, Oct. 2 about 360 metres east of the intersection of Cape Road and Cape Tryon Road in Park Corner.

The work includes excavating the existing pavement, earth excavation, placing granular A (150 mm), placing an asphalt base A (65mm), placing asphalt seal B (45mm), shouldering and all other work necessary to complete the contract. It involves about 300 metres of road.

Traffic should be prepared to stop.

Active pathway

work in city

Work will be taking place on Beach Grove Road, from the corner of Maypoint Road towards the Beach Grove Home. Traffic may be reduced to one lane alternating throughout the day. These delays are necessary for the construction of the active pathway along Beach Grove Road that will connect to a trail near the Beach Grove Home. This work is expected to be ongoing for the next several weeks.

As well, Beach Grove Road, between Kirkcaldy Drive and Maypoint Road is scheduled to have street paving start on Monday, Oct. 5. Stop-and-go traffic is expected as well as lane closures, traffic control personnel will be on site. Motorists are advised to seek alternate routes.

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