Upcoming events and projects will have the following impacts on Ottawa traffic:
Airport Parkway – Until August 2019, there will be intermittent lane reductions on the Airport Parkway between the Taxiway Underpass and Hunt Club Road for road resurfacing. Reductions will take place between 9 pm and 6 am on weekdays, and between 9 pm and 7 am on weekends.
Bronson Avenue – Both northbound lanes and one southbound lane will be closed on Bronson Avenue between Arlington and Chamberlain avenues, until the end of August 2019, as part of the Bronson Avenue Reconstruction Project. Only one southbound lane will remain open. Northbound traffic, including OC Transpo buses, will be detoured from Bronson Avenue, east along Chamberlain Avenue, north along Kent Street, west along Gladstone Avenue, then back to Bronson Avenue. Westbound access to Highway 417 will still be available via Catherine Street/Raymond Street. Pedestrian access will be maintained throughout the construction period. Cyclists will be detoured northbound via Percy Street to Gladstone Avenue.
Booth Street – Beginning on Saturday June 1, traffic delays are expected at the intersection of Booth Street and Sir John A MacDonald Parkway during weekends until Sunday, June 23.
Carling Avenue – Beginning Monday, June 3, Carling Avenue will have intermittent lane closures between Grandview and Corkstown roads for road rehabilitation. The lane closures are expected until September 2019.
Elgin Street – Jack Purcell Lane will remain closed at Waverley Street for approximately one week for deep sewer installation as part of the Elgin Street Renewal project. Frank Street is open to route westbound traffic across Elgin. Access to the Jack Purcell Community Centre is being maintained via Lewis Street. The pedestrian pathway through Jack Purcell Park is also closed and pedestrian detours and signage are in place to temporarily direct pedestrians around the park.
Innes Road – Until June 2021, Innes Road will be reduced to one lane in each direction between Star Top Road and Cyrville Road.
Jockvale Road – Beginning Monday, June 3, Jockvale Road will have intermittent lane closures during non-peak hours between Longfields Drive and Greenbank Road until Sunday, June 30.
Montreal Road – Beginning the week of Monday, June 3, there will be a temporary daytime lane closures at the signalized intersections during off-peak periods on Montreal Road between Hannah Street and Lajoie Street for approximately one week. This work is required to temporarily wire the overhead traffic signals in preparation of the Montreal Road Revitalization project.
Road Closures related to flooding – Roads in West Carleton-March, Cumberland and Bay wards, have been closed due flooding. Residents are advised to avoid areas impacted by flooding and can view up-to-date information on road closures on our Interactive Traffic Map.
Sir John A. Macdonald Parkway – On weekdays, until Friday, June 7, there will be intermittent off-peak lane closures on Sir John A. Macdonald Parkway, between 9:30 am and 3 pm. The closures are for tree clearing and will be between Dominion and Cleary avenues.
Scott Street – From Monday, June 3 to Friday June 14, weather-permitting, Scott Street will be reduced to one lane in each direction, during off-peak hours between Churchill Avenue North and Smirle Avenue as part of the Scott Street Sewer and Watermain Rehabilitation Project.