There’s more road work on the go in the city.
Lees Road, between Trout Lake Road and Tower Drive, is being rehabilitated.
“The project, which is scheduled for completion by Nov. 11, includes upgrades to the safety cable guide rail along the length of the adjacent creek; removal of frost heaves; replacement of corroding culverts; pulverizing of existing asphalt road; two lifts of asphalt paving; installation of asphalt curb; ditching and other ancillary items,” states a release.
The city says work will take place Monday to Friday between 7 am. and 7 pm and traffic will be reduced to one lane using temporary traffic control lights and/or flagging personnel.
Officials say motorists should expect delays.
Another project that is taking place over the next several weeks is the removal of the old sewage pumping station on Wallace Road and street restoration.
As part of the restoration work, Wallace Road from the location of the old sewage pumping station to Lake Heights Road will be paved.
“During this work, Wallace Road will be open to one lane of traffic using temporary traffic lights between Lake Heights Road and Commerce Court,” states a release.
The city says local access to properties and businesses within the construction area will be provided, although road users may experience minor delays.