Queen Street from Bank to O’Connor closed to traffic for six days starting Monday

March 24, 2016
Public Service Announcement


Ottawa – Beginning Monday, March 28 at 7 a.m, and continuing until Saturday, April 2 at 10 p.m., Queen Street between Bank and O’Connor streets will be closed to general traffic as crews work to relocate city watermains and storm and sanitary sewers in front of 155 Queen Street (Heritage Place).


The work is part of the preparation for construction of Parliament Station for the O-Train Confederation Line Light Rail Transit Project.


Businesses along the affected block will remain open.


Some overnight work will be required, however no overnight work will happen on Easter Monday, March 28.


A signed detour will be in place. Through-traffic, including bicycles, will need to use the detour. Local access to underground parking and facilities, including loading docks, will be maintained. Pedestrian access will be maintained but pedestrians may also need to follow signed detours at times.


OC Transpo routes on Queen Street will be detoured. For more information, please call 613-741-4390 or visit octranspo.com.


This work is part of the O-Train Confederation Line Light Rail Transit Project, and part of Ottawa on the Move. Ottawa on the Move is about keeping our community and economy moving forward through strategic investments in a number of transportation, water and sewer projects to build a better city and create jobs.


For more information about the construction activity happening across the city, or for information about traffic and travel planning, visit ottawa.ca.


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