Ottawa – The following projects will impact Ottawa traffic:
- Vanier Parkway – Vanier Parkway will have lane reductions in both directions overnight and during off-peak hours from Presland Road to Donald Street beginning Monday, August 24 until early September for watermain and sewer work. Pedestrian detours will be in place. Visit OCtranspo.com for transit detour information.
- Limebank Road – Limebank Road from River to Earl Armstrong roads will have lane reductions in both directions from Wednesday, August 26 until early September on weekdays for road work. Traffic controllers will be on site to direct motorists and cyclists. Pedestrian access will be maintained.
- Earl Armstrong Drive – Earl Armstrong Drive between High and Bowesville roads, where the future LRT will cross Earl Armstrong Drive, will have a single lane closure from Thursday, August 27 until early September on weekdays between 7 am and 5 pm for watermain work. Traffic controllers will be on site to direct motorists, pedestrians and cyclists.
- Huntmar Drive and Richardson Side Road – Huntmar Drive from Richardson Side to Bradley Side roads and Richardson Side Road from Huntmar to Terry Fox drives will be closed from Friday, August 28 at 6 pm until Monday, August 31 at 6 am for roundabout construction. Signed detours will be in place for motorists, cyclists and pedestrians.
- Thomas A. Dolan Parkway – Thomas A. Dolan Parkway from Carp to Stonecrest roads will be closed from Monday, August 31 until the end of September to replace a culvert. Signed detours will be in place for motorists. Cycling and pedestrian access will be maintained.
- Dunning Road – Dunning Road between Innes and French Hill roads will have lane reductions in both directions from Tuesday, September 1 until mid-September for guiderail repairs. Traffic controllers will be on site to direct motorists and cyclists. Pedestrian access will be maintained.
For updates on construction and roadwork activity across Ottawa, or for information about traffic and travel planning, visit the City’s traffic map or follow the City’s traffic account on Twitter.