The City of Greater Sudbury is continuing work on municipal infrastructure projects and issues a weekly update on projects to inform motorists of potential traffic delays and new traffic patterns.
Citizens are urged to use patience as projects continue.
Ongoing projects include:
Beatty Street. Intermittent lane closures will reduce Beatty Street to one lane, approximately 200 metres south of Frood Road, until Wednesday of this week, between 9 am and 3 pm. Pedestrians are asked to follow marked access through the construction site. The project involves repairing a CN Rail bridge.
Garson-Coniston Highway. Rehabilitation of the Coniston Creek Bridge will be completed by next Monday, Nov. 28, weather permitting. Traffic is reduced to one lane in the vicinity of the bridge.
Highway 69 North. A new watermain installation and road widening project is expected to be completed by next Monday, Nov. 28, weather permitting. Traffic is reduced to one lane in each direction between Valleyview Road and Montel Street.
Latimer Crescent. Installation of a new watermain continues on Latimer Street in Sudbury with work expected to be completed by Monday, Nov. 28, weather permitting. The street remains closed to through traffic between Loach's Road and Montel Street.
Main Street and 7th and 8th streets in Lively. Installation of new watermains will close 7th, 8th and Main Street in Lively as work progresses on each street. Access will be maintained for local traffic, school buses, emergency vehicles and Greater Sudbury Transit. Work is expected to be completed by the end of November.
Kingway and Falconbridge Road. Construction is underway to increase traffic capacity and improve traffic flow at the intersection bordered by Falconbridge Road, The Kingsway and Second Avenue. Traffic delays are expected due to lane reduction and restrictions. The project is expected to be completed by the end of November.
Capreol Ski Hill Road. A slight road realignment will take place due to the replacement of the Capreol Ski Hill bridge. Work will continue until the end of December.
Drivers are urged to use patience and drive carefully near construction sites.