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Westmorland Street Bridge Construction 2014

The Westmorland Street Bridge will be reduced to two lanes of traffic from June 23 to August 26 due to construction. The upriver (West) lanes and sidewalk will be closed first.  The downriver (East) lanes will be closed next.  Devonshire Drive will also be paved.

While a minimum of one lane of traffic will remain being open in each direction at all times, significant traffic delays will result if motorists don't change their driving habits.

Options include exploring flex time at work, taking vacation, walking, biking, carpooling, using transit, allowing extra time to complete errands, reducing or combining trips across the bridge, or trying alternate river crossings like the Princess Margaret Bridge.

See the Related Content section for Park & Go locations, bike rack locations, as well as more information on active transportation.

Westmorland Street Bridge Webcams
During the Westmorland Street Bridge construction project, find out how traffic is moving on the bridge by checking out the bridge's web cams.

Southside
Northside

 

About the project

  • The Government of New Brunswick is investing $4.3 million in the WS Bridge rehabilitation project, including $950,000 for paving on Devonshire Drive.
  • The bridge was built in 1982.
  • Approximately 51,000 vehicles per day use the bridge.
  • Once the project is complete, the structure will continue to accommodate car and truck traffic for many years.

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