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Charlottetown traffic advisory for Wednesday, Sept. 12

Sidewalk repairs will cause minor delays in Charlottetown today.
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Drivers be advised that road work may cause delays or road closures in some areas of Charlottetown today.

Chestnut Street between University Avenue and Queen Street will be closed for the day to allow the Water and Sewer Utility Department to install water and sprinkler services. The sidewalks in the construction area will be closed on the north side only.

Sherwood Road between Mount Edward Road and Brackley Point Road will be reduced to one lane alternating traffic for the day for milling. Traffic control personnel will be onsite. Motorists are advised to seek alternate routes.

The right turning lane on Capital Drive onto North River Road will be closed for the week to allow for storm sewer pipe installation. Traffic control personnel will be onsite, as traffic will still be permitted to make a right hand turn at this intersection through the through lane on Capital Drive. It is anticipated that traffic will experience some delays as a result of this work. Motorists are advised to seek alternate routes.

Sidewalk work will continue on Dorchester Street between Hillsborough Street and Weymouth Street, on Peake Street between Victoria Street and Churchill Avenue, and on Chestnut Street from Queen Street to Spring Park Road and may cause minor delays in traffic.

Sidewalk work will also take place on Victoria Street between Spring Park Road and Spring Street, on Richmond Street between Pownal Street and Queen Street, and on Chestnut Street between University Avenue and Queen Street.

Curbing work will continue on Westridge Crescent between Glenthorn Avenue and Patterson Drive and may cause minor traffic delays.

Construction for the Water and Sewer Utility Infrastructure Renewal program will continue with traffic impacts along Belvedere Avenue this week. It’s anticipated that traffic will experience some delays as a result of this work. Traffic control personnel will be on-site to direct motorists. Sidewalks in the area may be impacted during this work. Motorists are advised to seek alternate routes.

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