Construction starting on Guelph Line in Burlington; expect delays – look for alternate routes.

By Staff

BURLINGTON, ON  January 8, 2013  One of the busiest thoroughfares in the city is going to get squeezed a bit which will reduced the flow of traffic, while the Region replaces the waste water main crossing on Guelph Line just north of Mainway

This project is expected to be completed by the end of January.

These traffic lanes are going to be narrower for the balance of the month while waste water mains are replaced. You might want to look for alternate travel routes. Construction will take place north of Mainway.

The project starts on the 10th – and is expected to last till the end of the month. Look for lane restrictions and delays. Emergency vehicles will get the priority they need.

The Region refers to this necessary work as part of Building a Better Halton, the Region’s infrastructure construction plan for roads, water, wastewater, and waste management projects across Halton Region:  Happy talk at its best.

The flow of traffic north and south on Guelph Line is significant during the rush hours – for those who can, looking for an alternate route into the core and back home might be a good idea.


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