Posted Thursday, May 25, 2017

Waterloo Region – GrandLinq has advised the Region of Waterloo that they require a four-day closure of Columbia for final asphalt paving.
 
The full closure of Columbia, between Phillip and Hagey, will begin on or about Monday, May 29 and continue through Thursday, June 1. The work will see GrandLinq crews place the final layer of asphalt at the Columbia light rail transit crossing. The detour during this time will be Phillip-University-Westmount-Columbia.
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Posted Friday, May 19, 2017

May 19, 2017
Waterloo Region –  GrandLinq has advised the Region of Waterloo that they require a four-day closure of University Avenue for final asphalt paving.
The full closure of University Avenue, between Phillip and Seagram, will begin on or about Wednesday, May 24 and continue through Saturday, May 27. The work will see GrandLinq crews place the final layer of asphalt at the University Avenue light rail transit crossing. The detour during this time...

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Posted Tuesday, May 02, 2017

Waterloo Region – Beginning Wednesday (May 3), the intersection of Queen and Charles in Downtown Kitchener, will close for approximately three weeks.
Charles, from Pandora to Madison, will also close on Wednesday for approximately five days while on May 9, Charles, from Madison to Benton, will close for approximately five days.
Additionally, Borden, from Bedford to Courtland, will close on May 9 for approximately four days.
These closures are required to allow...

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Posted Wednesday, April 05, 2017

Waterloo Region  – Residents will soon see ION trains being tested along the light rail transit (LRT) tracks between the Northfield stop and the Erb/Caroline intersection in Waterloo. This section of test track will also be the first area to see the overhead LRT wires powered up. In advance of this testing and powering up, the Region will launch an ION safety campaign, dubbed ‘train your brain.’
The ‘train your brain’ campaign will focus...

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Posted Friday, March 31, 2017

Waterloo Region – Beginning Monday (April 3), King, from Union to Allen, will close for approximately five days. The closure is required to allow GrandLinq crews time to complete finishing work related to underground utility construction for light rail transit as well as to address minor repairs identified through the quality assurance program.
The full closure of King (Union to Allen) includes the King/John intersection. It will also restrict traffic onto King, from...

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