Speed humps are scheduled to be in stalled at the following location in Bay ward starting November 2, 2022 and be completed by November 18, 2022.
- In front of 2731 Kelley Ave;
- In front of 991 Neville Street;
- in front of 243 Woodland Ave;
- in front of 475 Woodland Ave;
- in front of 336 Britannia Rd;
- in front of 398 Britannia Rd.
During the work, the contractor will have signage and be flagging traffic through the work zone as required. Traffic Services will be installing temporary “no-parking” signs in the immediate vicinity of the proposed speed hump(s) to facilitate their installation which will be taken done once work is completed.
The construction is within the City’s right of way. Residents can expect construction traffic and activity along their road. The road will remain open to traffic. Pedestrian and cyclist access will be maintained at all times during construction.
The Contractor is obligated to provide 24-hour notification of temporary loss of access/egress.
Impact on the Right of Way and Adjacent Private Properties:
The reconstruction is within the City’s right of way but may result in some disruption to part of the private property directly adjacent to the work. The City will reinstate all sections of landscaping, driveways, and walkways that are disturbed by construction. However, if you have plants or any other assets located within the City’s right of way that you want to preserve, we suggest that you move them in preparation for the construction work.
The Contractor will take every precaution to minimize interruptions to the everyday life of your family and/or operation of your business. As you can appreciate, there may be some inconvenience during the the course of the work, such as traffic delays, noise and dust. You may also feel vibrations due to heavy equipment operations. Vibrations from construction activities are quite common and rarely cause any problems. We would like to thank you for your patience and co-operation.
For construction activity hours of work, the City of Ottawa follows provincial requirements and the City’s Noise By-law (2017-255).