Corkstown Road Temporary Roadway Closure Between Moodie Drive and March Road
As part of the Stage 2 O-Train Light Rail Transit (LRT) project, Corkstown Road will be reduced to one lane open to eastbound traffic between the westernmost entrance to Wesley Clover Parks and the easternmost entrance to Wesley Clover Parks.
What: Construction work along Corkstown Road, between the westernmost entrance and the
easternmost entrance to Wesley Clover Parks. Traffic will be reduced to one lane open
to eastbound traffic.
When: As soon as Monday, May 15 2023 for approximately eight weeks. Work will be occurring
from 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., on weekdays and weekends.
Why: This work is to reinstate Corkstown Road. Activities include road widening and ditch digging,
swale construction, concrete work for slipform barriers and sidewalks, grading, paving,
line painting, followed by the application of topsoil and seeding. This work will be occurring
along the north and south side of Corkstown Road. Day and night construction is necessary
to complete critical project work that is time sensitive, and to limit the traffic impacts of
Where: Corkstown Road between the westernmost entrance to Wesley Clover Parks and the
easternmost entrance to Wesley Clover Parks.
The construction work outlined in this notice is subject to change.
Work may be delayed or extended due to weather or other unforeseen circumstances.
Wesley Clover Parks and Wesley Clover Parks Campground will be accessible via March Road and
Local traffic will be able to access Corkstown Road from March Road up to the westernmost entrance
to Wesley Clover Parks and from Moodie Drive up to the easternmost entrance to Wesley Clover
Parks. Flaggers will be present at the two entranceways to facility flow of vehicles to and from Wesley
Clover Parks. Flaggers will be present to control the opposing traffic movements in the single lane
available during the working hours of 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Excavators, bulldozers, concrete trucks, compactors, and pavers will be used for construction and
road rehabilitation. Noise from equipment will be audible and some equipment may cause vibrations.
Trucks will deliver granular material, asphalt, and concrete to the site, and will haul away excess
excavated material. Noise from equipment and moving of material will be audible.
Site lighting and generators will be used to power lights which are a safety requirement for overnight
work. Crews will place and/or direct the light away from residences to mitigate any impacts.
Motorists should adhere to detours, traffic control signage, posted speed limits, allow for added travel
time and use extra caution when moving through active construction corridors as traffic patterns change.
Pedestrians and cyclists should use extra caution and adhere to posted signage when localized
detours are in-place, to ensure safety.
Accessibility is an important consideration for the Stage 2 LRT project. The Stage 2 team makes
every effort to provide access through and around construction sites. If you require special
accommodation, please contact email@example.com.
Future work is required in this area. Additional construction updates, such as changes to
work sequencing and the duration or impact of this work will be communicated via the Stage 2
To receive these electronic updates please sign up at Ottawa.ca/Stage2connect and select updates for “Moodie Station”. For other accommodations, or questions, please contact:
Rail Construction Program,
City of Ottawa