New construction on Richmond, Snake Island roads

  Ottawa Citizen 

Image source : ottawacitizen.com

Expect some new construction on your Monday morning commute. Richmond Road will be reduced to one westbound lane between Redwood and Fraser avenues until the end of November to replace a water main. Eastbound traffic is detoured onto Byron Avenue. Cycling lanes will be available on Byron Avenue and two pedestrian crosswalks will be available […]

▶ Full story on ottawacitizen.com
Advertisements
▼ Related news : 

Montreal Gazette  

The Star  

National Post  

CP24  

Global News  

The Star  

Financial Post  

Ottawa Citizen  

Times Colonist  

Global News  

Global News  

Winnipeg Free Press  

Global News  

Global News  
Latest news and headlines !
  It’s said that riding a bike is a breeze, even if one hasn’t put foot to pedal for years. For Fort Saskatchewan senior Doug Pearson, he hoped that same...
  Hamilton police have charged a 55-year-old man with fraud after alleged financial mismanagement at the Sikh Society of Hamilton-Wentworth. Police...
  "Travel may be hazardous due to sudden changes in the weather," the agency said.
  SAO PAULO — Sebastian Vettel led a Ferrari one-two in practice for the Brazilian Formula One Grand Prix on Friday, with Red Bull’s Max Verstappen third fastest on ...
  In the future, the Fredericton John Howard Society wants to develop the property into affordable housing units
  New Brunswick Finance Minister Ernie Steeves says despite the positive results, the province is still not in a position to spend more and continues to...
  Canada's highest court ruled from the bench on Friday, dismissing two appeals relating to the 2013 swarming death of Lukas Strasser-Hird.
  A meth-fuelled break-in at a St. Francois Xavier home has ended in arrest for a man and woman after police say family of the victims...
  The SIU says the suspect was smoking a crack pipe and carrying a knife in broad daylight.
  The board would not divulge exactly what the trustee did past saying she overstepped her "governance role."
  Johnson & johnson says it will appeal revised oklahoma judgment in opioid case, saying the judgment is not supported by the facts or the law
About latestcanada.com - Privacy & Terms -
Copyright © 2015 www.latestcanada.com