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Charlottetown traffic advisory for Wednesday, Oct. 28

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CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. —

Street paving will be taking place on Linden Avenue between St. Peters and Kensington roads. This section of the road will be closed to vehicle traffic from 7 a.m. Traffic control personnel will be on site and sidewalks will remain open in the area.


Work will be taking place on Longworth Avenue at the Confederation Trail crossing will be stop and go traffic for the week of Oct. 26-30. This is necessary for crosswalk improvement preparation. Traffic control personnel will be on site to direct vehicle traffic.


Acadian Drive between Pioneer Avenue and Murchison Lane will be closed for road work on Oct. 28 and 29. Drivers are advised to seek alternate routes.


Sidewalk and curbing work is scheduled to take place in the following areas for the week of Oct. 26-30:

  • Dorchester Street between Weymouth and Cumberland streets;
  • Queen Street between Richmond and Sydney streets in front of the Dominion Building;
  • Churchill Avenue between Greenfield Avenue and North River Road;
  • Royalty Road between Lower Malpeque and Upton roads.


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 few weeks.


Work will continue on upgrades to the pedestrian crossing at the intersection of Great George Street and Fitzroy Street. Traffic will be reduced to one lane, at times, with alternating traffic. Traffic control personnel will be on-site to direct motorists. Pedestrians are advised that the existing overhead crossing light will be removed while the work is ongoing and will be reinstated upon completion.

Provincial traffic advisories:
 

The province has started work to replace and widen the existing stream culvert at Andrew’s Pond on Route 2/St. Peters Road. Starting today, traffic will be diverted through the temporary diversion road as work continues on the first Phase of the project. Drivers should expect additional delays due to this work and are encouraged to choose alternate routes. The sidewalk and trail will be closed to pedestrians during construction. Please reduce speed, obey signs and traffic control personnel and be prepared to stop. As referenced in a public notice by the Transportation, Infrastructure and Energy Department, a temporary diversion road will be constructed to allow traffic to pass through the site while this work is being completed. The first phase of this project is expected to be underway until mid-December. Drivers should expect additional delays due to this work and are encouraged to choose alternate routes. The sidewalk and trail will be closed to pedestrians during construction. Please reduce speed, obey signs and traffic control personnel, and be prepared to stop. For provincial alerts, visit princeedwardisland.ca/alerts.
 

The Charlottetown water and sewer utility has critical infrastructure in this construction zone including two watermains and a sewer forcemain. The infrastructure will be protected in the area during construction. A limited number of Utility customers in the area may experience temporary disruption to service during necessary valve installation. Anyone who notices a change in water pressure or issues with their water service should contact the utility at 902-629-4014 during regular business hours (outside of business hours: 902-626-2100).

Work is underway for the construction of the Active Transportation Corridor across the Hillsborough Bridge and Causeway. Traffic control will begin setting up jersey barriers across the bridge on the downstream (harbour) side. Traffic control will be on site each workday to set up (and tear down) for two lanes out to Stratford and one lane into Charlottetown between 12 and 6 p.m., Monday to Friday. Traffic will be two lanes into Charlottetown and one lane out to Stratford all other times of the day and over the weekend. Work is expected to continue through to mid-to-late December and may require carry over into 2021, depending on weather and material deliveries.

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