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Pinecrest Road at Highway 417 interchange to close from June 25 to 30 for LRT construction

June 16, 2021
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Pinecrest Road and select on- and off-ramps for Highway 417 will close from Friday, June 25 to Wednesday, June 30 for construction on the Stage 2 Light Rail Transit Project.

The eastbound Highway 417 on- and off-ramps to Greenbank Road, and the westbound off-ramp to Pinecrest Road will remain open. Signed detours will be in place and a free shuttle service for pedestrians and cyclists will run between bus stop Highway 417 / Greenbank (4081) and the Pinecrest Bus Station (3019). The shuttle will run every five minutes throughout the day, between 6 am and 10 pm Monday through Friday, and between 8 am and 10 pm on Saturday and Sunday. It will run every ten minutes overnight. Customers can find out where to catch their bus by calling 613-741-4390 or visiting

This work will mark a major milestone on the Stage 2 project when complete, as it will allow the O-Train West extension to run underneath Pinecrest Road and Moodie Drive along the bus rapid transit corridor. During the closure the City will install a precast bridge next to the existing Pinecrest Road for the future LRT to travel beneath. The current transitway station west of Pinecrest Road will shift south to join the O-Train West alignment.

The following detours will be in effect during the closure:

Pinecrest Road at the Highway 417 interchange to close from Friday, June 25 to Wednesday, June 30 for LRT construction

The Stage 2 O-Train West extension will run from Tunney’s Pasture Station to Moodie and Algonquin stations. It includes a tunnel under the Sir John A. Macdonald Parkway and Byron Linear Park, between two LRT stations, Kìchì Sìbì and Lincoln Fields.

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