Road Construction and Maintenance
|Bruce Road 40||Road Construction||As of 7:00 a.m. on Thursday, August 11, 2016 - BRUCE ROAD 40 from Arran-Elderslie Sideroad 20 to Bruce Road 3 will be CLOSED to through traffic for road reconstruction. Emergency vehicles and local traffic only. There will be no detour route posted.||Until late September 2016|
|Highway 21/GBL/Bruce Road 10 Intersection||Road Construction||As part of the Stage One of the Traffic and Construction Operations: • Lane Closures on Highway 21 are anticipated reducing the travelling road width to 3.5 m . • Lane Closures on Grey-Bruce Line and Bruce Road 10 are also anticipated. • During Stages of Traffic and Construction Operations, detours provide alternative single lane local routes with the following dimensions: - Maximum paved width of 4.5 m - Gravel shoulder ranging from 1 to 2.5 m wide - Maximum height clearance of 4.5 m due to crossroad overhead wires. PLEASE NOTE - In addition to intermittent closures, Bruce Road 10 from Highway 21 to Bruce Road 8 will be closed to through traffic on SEPTEMBER 26, 2016 TO SEPTEMBER 30, 2016 AT 12:00 P.M. This section of road will be passable for emergency vehicles.||Undetermined|
|Bruce Road 6 East (East of Mildmay)||Drainage Installation||BRUCE ROAD 6 EAST (East of Mildmay) from George Street (Mildmay) to Sideroad 20 will be CLOSED from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. on Thursday, September 29, 2016. This section of road will be passable for emergency vehicles, school buses and local traffic only. There will be no detour route posted.||September 29, 2016|
|Bruce Road 6East (Absalom St. Mildmay)||Road Construction||BRUCE ROAD 6 EAST (also known as Absalom Street in Mildmay) from Peter Street to Adam Street has been REOPENED as of 3:00 p.m. Wednesday, September 7, 2016. Traffic disruptions will occur for the remainder of the construction project until completion in late September.||Until late September 2016|
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Driving Safely Through Construction Zones
Did you know…fines are now doubled for speeding in a construction zone when workers are present?
- Plan your route and allow extra travel time
- Expect the unexpected
- Slow down to the posted speed limits and pay attention
- Keep a safe distance between you and the vehicle in front of you
Keep Your Eyes On the Road
- Never use a cell phone or text while driving
- Stay focused on the road and remove all distractions
- Follow signs and traffic control person’s directions
- Pay Attention
- Watch for workers, new signs or uneven pavement
Obey the Signs
- Signs contain important information that warns motorists or provides them with essential information about the work ahead, traffic conditions, road closures and detours.
Share the roads with construction workers and make safety your priority.
Speeding is Dangerous & Costly
Keep our roads safe and observe the lower speed limits posted in construction zones. Fines are doubled for speeding in a construction zone when workers are present.
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