Queensway Construction This Week…

Monday, Sept 23 to Tuesday, Sept 24

  • The northbound St. Laurent on-ramp to westbound Hwy 417 will be closed overnight.

Monday, Sept 23 to Friday, Sept 27

  • The right lane of westbound Hwy 417 will be closed between Cyrville Road and Nicholas Street, overnight and daily from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m..
  • The right lane of eastbound Hwy 417 will be closed nightly between Nicholas Street and Cyrville Road.
  • There will be alternating lane closures on westbound Hwy 417 in the vicinity of Walkley Road to Innes Road, overnight and daily from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m..
  • The right lane of westbound Hwy 174 will be closed in the vicinity of Blair Road, overnight and daily from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m..
  • St. Laurent Boulevard will be reduced by one lane in each direction nightly between Lemieux Street and Tremblay Road.

Tuesday, Sept 24

  • The southbound Vanier Parkway on-ramp to eastbound Hwy 417 will be closed overnight.
  • Hwy 417 will be closed in both directions in the vicinity of St. Laurent Boulevard for 15 minute intervals between 1 a.m. and 4 a.m.. Ontario Provincial Police will be on hand to direct traffic; however, motorists are urged to consider alternate routes.

Tuesday, Sept 24 to Thursday, Sept 26

  • Westbound Hwy 417 will be closed in the vicinity of Walkley Road to Innes Road for 15 minute intervals between 1 a.m. and 4 a.m.. Ontario Provincial Police will be on hand to direct traffic; however, motorists are urged to consider alternate routes.

Tuesday, Sept 24 to Friday, Sept 27

  • The left lane of westbound Hwy 174 will be closed in the vicinity of the Hwy 174 off-ramp to Hwy 417 East, overnight and daily from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m..

Friday, Sept 27 to Monday, Sept 30

  • The northbound Vanier Parkway on-ramp to eastbound Hwy 417 will be closed over the weekend (from Friday night to Monday morning).

Signage will be in place to advise commuters of these traffic and road changes. Motorists are also reminded to respect the reduced speed limits and use caution when travelling through construction zones. Many of these construction elements are weather dependant and may be implemented later than the dates given.

This work is being done as part of the Highway 417 expansion project, which began in May, and will add an additional lane in each direction, between Nicholas Street and the Split, to be used for rapid transit during the 2015 to 2018 phase of the Confederation Line construction.

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