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The following interactive map provides information about current construction improvement projects. A summary of completed and current projects for 2019 is included below. When needed, motorist and transit detour maps and information have been provided.

*A summary of projects for the 2020 construction season will be posted in the New Year.

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Construction Map

Red Major Improvement Projects
Blue Localized Neighbourhood Improvements
Green Trail Constructions and Improvements


2019 Construction Improvement Projects

Bill Thorpe Walking Bridge – This major improvement project required a full closure of the Bill Thorpe Walking Bridge. Construction is ongoing. 

  • Start date – September 18, 2019
  • Expected end date – early 2020 (after 4 months of work weather depending)

Description & Scope I Detour Map I Transit Detours

Highland Reservoir – This project includes the demolition and replacement of an underground concrete water reservoir near the Leo Hayes High School. 

  • Start date – June 24, 2019
  • Expected end date – Mid-December

Description & Scope

Queen Street – Queen Street is reduced to a single lane near Officers’ Square. The sidewalk and parking spaces closest to the Square are closed.  Traffic restrictions will be in place.

  • Start date – October 3, 2019
  • Expected end date – December

Completed 2019 Construction Improvement Projects

Corbett Brook Trail Culvert – This project included the replacement of a culvert under the trail between Wilsey Road and the Arbour Brook Neighborhood.

Haines Crescent and Shibu Court – This localized residential project included the replacement of the above and below-ground infrastructure.

Hillcourt Drive – This localized residential project included the replacement of above and below-ground infrastructure, and resulted in a new trail.

Mooers Drive – This localized residential project included the replacement of above and below-ground infrastructure, and resulted in new sidewalks.

Robinson Drive – This localized residential project included the replacement of above and below-ground infrastructure, and resulted in new sidewalks.

Smythe Street – This major construction project involved a full closure of Smythe Street. It included the replacement of above and below-ground infrastructure - resulting in new sidewalks.

Victoria Circle – This major construction project resulted in the construction of a roundabout at the intersection of King Street / Brunswick Street / Point St Anne Boulevard / Smythe Street, as well as the replacement of underground infrastructure.

Willow Avenue and Hilltop Drive – This localized residential project resulted in the replacement of underground infrastructure.

Wilsey Road – This major construction project included the replacement of the above and below-ground infrastructure. In addition, a new trail was constructed connecting Kimble Drive and McNair Street.

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