Traffic impacts in Ottawa beginning Friday, August 6

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The following projects will impact Ottawa traffic:

  • Bank Street will close between Rideau and Mitch Owens roads from 7 pm on Friday, August 13 until 6 am on Monday, August 16. Local access will be maintained. Signed detours will be in place.
  • Byron Avenue will close between Woodland and Allison avenues on August 6, 9 and 10 from 6 am to 6 pm daily. Local traffic will be maintained.
  • Hartleigh Avenue will close at Richmond Road from Monday, August 9 at 7 am to Friday, August 27 at 5 pm. Local traffic will be maintained.
  • Highway 174 The following Highway 174 ramps and lanes will be closed for Stage 2 LRT roadwork:
    • The westbound on-ramp from northbound Champlain Street will close nightly from 9 pm to 5:30 am from Monday, August 9 until Saturday, August 14.
    • The westbound on-ramp from northbound Tenth Line Road will close nightly from 9 pm to 5:30 am from Monday, August 9 until Saturday, August 14.
    • The westbound on-ramp from northbound Montreal Road will close from midnight to 5:30 am on Monday, August 9.
    • Highway 174 westbound will remain closed between Cameron Street and Tenth Line Road until 5:30 am on Monday, August 9. Local traffic will be maintained. Signed detours are in place.
    • Highway 174 eastbound will remain closed between Trim Road and Cameron Street until 5:30 am on Monday, August 9. Local traffic will be maintained. Signed detours are in place.
  • Trim Road will remain closed between Jeanne d’Arc Boulevard and South Frontage Road until noon on Wednesday, August 11.
  • Woodroffe Avenue will be reduced to one lane in each direction between College Avenue and David Drive on Friday, August 6 at 8 pm until Monday, August 9 at 6 am. Parkglen Drive will also close between Woodroffe Avenue and Andover Place, with local traffic maintained.

As a reminder, please note speed signs in construction zone. Orange speed signs are advisory speeds while white speed signs are enforceable speeds.

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.

For more information on City programs and services, visit ottawa.ca or call 3-1-1 (TTY: 613-580-2401). You can also connect with us through Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

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