Traffic Advisory Wednesday September 29

Traffic Advisory for Wednesday, September 29
Posted on 09/28/2021
A traffic advisory has been issued with the following traffic flow impacts expected for Wednesday, September 29:

• Sidewalk and curbing work is scheduled to take place in the following areas for (the week of September 20-24):
o Alexander Drive, between Orlebar Street and Gerald Street
o Brackley Point Road, between Thistle Drive and the bypass

• Sherwood Road, between Lower Malpeque Road and Malpeque Road will be closed for the day Wednesday from approximately 9 am until the end of the day. This closure is necessary for pavement milling work to take place.

• Pond Street, between University Avenue and Queen Street, will see temporary lane closures throughout the day for the remainder of the week. This is necessary for street reconstruction work to occur. Business only traffic will be permitted. The Public Works Department apologizes for any inconvenience to the public.

• A portion of the sidewalk on Pownal Street, between Sydney Street and Dorchester Street sidewalks will be closed to pedestrian traffic until September 30. This closure is necessary for masonry work to take place in this area. Signage will be in place and pedestrians are advised to use sidewalks on the opposite side of the road.

• Work continues on the new library on Queen Street, between Richmond Street and Sydney Street. This section of sidewalk remains open to pedestrian traffic with signage in place as this work is ongoing.

Additionally, motorists will notice no parking signs go up on Kent Street on Thursday, September 30, at approximately 8:00 pm. This will be in advance of the road closure on Kent Street, between Great George and Prince Streets, for the Street Feast Festival. Vehicles in violation will be towed at the owners' expense.

Kent Street will be closed for the festival set up Friday, October 1, 2021, at 7:00 am until Sunday, October 3, 2021, at 12:30 pm, pending site clean up. The street will only be open to emergency vehicles and event staff during the closure. We appreciate the motoring public's understanding.