Bronson Avenue Construction Late


This is a release from the City of Ottawa:

The ongoing temporary closure of Bronson Avenue, between Laurier Avenue and Slater Street, is being extended until 10 pm on Friday, October 27.

The temporary closure, which began at 6 am on Wednesday, September 27, is required to facilitate deep excavations for sewer and watermain work as part of the Albert/Queen/Slater/Bronson reconstruction project. It has been extended due to unforeseen challenges with the underground hydro infrastructure and timing needed to repair.

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Traffic impacts and OC Transpo
Traffic and transit detours will be in place for the duration of the closure. Trucks will not be able to use the Slater Street and Bronson Avenue intersection and will be detoured via Preston Street, Somerset Street West and then back on to Bronson Avenue. Visit for updates to transit service detours.

Parking and local access
On-street parking will not be possible during the closures, and signage will be in place. Local access will be maintained for residents, business owners and emergency vehicles only.

Pedestrians and cyclists
Pedestrian and cyclist access through the work area will be maintained where possible. Detours and signage will be in place.




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1 Response

  1. The Voter says:

    I note that you say “This is a release from the City …” instead of “… a news release …”. Once upon a time, it would have been news that a city project was off the rails and late. Now the news story would be the result of a city project that was completed on time, actually functioned as it should and was even close to on budget. This is, of course, because it’s such a rare occurrence any more.

    A sad state of affairs!

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