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Roadwork for the week of June 20

Timelines of projects are subject to change; projects will be added if they begin during the week
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File photo. Blair Adams/CityNews Kitchener

MONDAY, JUNE 20

Cambridge

Branchton Road has reduced lanes at Dundas Street for site servicing until Friday, June 24. The region says there are no left turns from Dundas Street onto Branchton Road.

Kitchener

Bridge Street is partially closed from University Avenue to Lancaster Street for road reconstruction until Tuesday, November 15. The region says the WB lane is closed, EB traffic is maintained.

Charles Street is partially closed from Borden Avenue to Ottawa Street until Thursday, November 24.

Courtland Avenue is partially closed from Hayward Avenue to Balzer Road until Thursday, November 24.

Duke Street is partially closed from Francis Street to Frederick Street until Thursday, November 24.

Hayward Avenue is partially closed at Courtland Avenue until Thursday, November 24.

King Street South is partially closed from Union Street to King Street West for catchbasin work until Thursday, November 24.

King Street West is partially closed from Francis Street to Victoria Street until Thursday, November 24.

King Street West is partially closed at Green Street for site servicing until Friday, June 24. The region says the EB lane is closed, WB traffic is maintained.

Lancaster Street is partially closed from Victoria Street to Breithaupt Street for geotechnical work until end-of-day.

Ottawa Street is partially closed from Charles Street to Mill Street until Thursday, November 24.

Ottawa Street is partially closed from Charles Street to King Street East until Thursday, November 24.

Victoria Street North is partially closed from Duke Street to King Street West until Thursday, November 24.

Westmount Road is partially closed at Block Line Road for utility work until Monday, June 27.

Waterloo

Allen Street has reduced lanes from Caroline Street to King Street until Thursday, November 24.

Caroline Street has reduced lanes from Erb Street to Allent Street until Thursday, November 24.

Columbia Street is partially closed from Holly Street to Hazel Street for manhole repairs until 4 p.m. The city says the EB lane is reduced.

Columbia Street is partially closed from Spruce Street to Holly Street for manhole repairs until 4 p.m. The city says the WB lane is reduced.

King Street South has reduced lanes from Erb Street to William Street until Thursday, November 24.

Lourdes Street is closed from Ashton Crescent to Alexandra Avenue for roadwork until Tuesday, June 21 at 4 p.m.

Platinum Drive is closed from Columbia Street to the Costco driveway until Thursday, June 30 at 7 p.m.

TUESDAY, JUNE 21

Kitchener

King Street East is partially closed at Hofstetter Avenue for manhole work until end-of-day.

Waterloo

Allen Street is clsoed from Caroline Street to Park Street for crane work until 3 p.m.

Bellehaven Drive is closed from Mayfield Avenue to Montclair Place for roadwork until Wednesday, June 22 at 4 p.m.

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22

Kitchener

Highland Avenue is partially closed at Lawrence Avenue for sewer work until end-of-day.

King Street East is partially closed from Deer Ridge Drive to Heldmann Road for horticultural work until end-of-day.

Lawrence Avenue is closed from Victoria Street to Highland Road for sewer work until end-of-day.

Weber Street is partially closed from Scott Street to Cedar Street for utility work until Tuesday, June 28.

Waterloo

Corrie Crescent is closed for roadwork until Thursday, June 23 at 4 p.m.

THURSDAY, JUNE 23

Waterloo

Kuntz Lane is clsoed from King Street to William Street for a special event until 5 p.m.

FRIDAY, JUNE 24

-no new projects scheduled-

SATURDAY, JUNE 26

-no new projects scheduled-

SUNDAY, JUNE 27

Kitchener

Duke Street has reduced lanes from Breithaupt Street to Victoria Street for utility work for 2-3 days.




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