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Roadwork for the week of August 29

Timelines of projects are subject to change; projects will be added if they begin during the week
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MONDAY, AUGUST 29

Kitchener

Victoria Street South is closed from Strange Street to Park Street until 7:00 p.m. on Friday. 

Bell Lane is closed from Water Street North to Francis Street North for road reconstruction until Friday, October 21 for road reconstruction. 

 

Waterloo

The intersection of Weber Street North and Columbia Street East has a lane reduction in effect until Friday, September 9. Two-way traffic is maintained; expect delays.

 

Cambridge

Ainslie Street South has a lane reduction in effect between Veterans Way and Water Street South for an engineering study until Friday, October 28. Two-way traffic is maintained; expect delays.

Branchton Road is closed between Dundas Street South and Myers Road for site servicing work until 3:00 p.m. on Friday. No through traffic; open to businesses and residences. 

Fountain Street South has a lane reduction in effect between Cherry Blossom Road and Marmel Court for an engineering study until Friday, October 28. Two-way traffic is maintained; expect delays.

Franklin Boulevard has a lane reduction in effect between Avenue Road and Millcreek Road for an engineering study until Friday, October 28. Two-way traffic is maintained; expect delays.

Grand Avenue South has a lane reduction in effect between St. Andrews Street and Cedar Street for an engineering study until Friday, October 28. Two-way traffic is maintained; expect delays.

Hespeler Road has a lane reduction in effect between Pinebush Road and Can-Amera Parkway for an engineering study until Friday, October 28. Two-way traffic is maintained; expect delays.

Park Hill Road West has a lane reduction in effect between George Street North and Grand Avenue North for an engineering study until Friday, October 28. Two-way traffic is maintained; expect delays.

Pinebush Road has a lane reduction in effect between Hespeler Road and Conestoga Boulevard for an engineering study until Friday, October 28. Two-way traffic is maintained; expect delays.

Water Street South has a lane reduction in effect at Bruce Street for an engineering study until Friday, October 28. Two-way traffic is maintained; expect delays.

 

TUESDAY, AUGUST 30

Cambridge

Hespeler Road has a lane reduction and Avenue Road for road reconstruction until Monday, September 19. Two-way traffic is maintained; expect delays.

The intersection of Lowther Street South and King Street East has a lane reduction for road reconstruction until Friday, September 16. Two-way traffic is maintained; expect delays.

 

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 31

Kitchener

Charles Street West is partially closed at Francis Street South for an engineering study until the end of the day. Westbound lanes are closed, though eastbound and pedestrian traffic is maintained around work zone. 

The intersection of Ira Needles Boulevard and Victoria Street South is partially closed for concrete replacement until Monday. Two-way traffic is maintained; expect delays.

 

Waterloo

Hazel Street is closed between Columbia Street and Hickory Street for sewer work until Thursday. No through traffic; pedestrians directed around work area.

 

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1

Waterloo

King Street North is closed from Central Street to Bridgeport Road West for road reconstruction until Friday. 

University Avenue West has a lane reduction in effect between Belgreen Way and Fischer-Hallman Road South for utility work until Friday, September 16. Two-way traffic is maintained; expect delays.

 

Woolwich

Sawmill Road has a lane reduction from Harriet Street to Golf Course Road for utility work until Friday, September 16. Two-way traffic is maintained; expect delays.

 

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2

-no new projects scheduled-

 

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3

-no new projects scheduled-

 

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 4

-no new projects scheduled-

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