A traffic advisory has been issued by the City of Charlottetown with the following impacts expected for Wednesday, Aug. 1
Construction for the Water and Sewer Utility Infrastructure Renewal program will continue for the next few months with traffic impacts along Belvedere Avenue this week. It is 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.
Motorists on Walthen Drive, between Gerald Street and Euston Street, may experience temporary delays in traffic movement due to sidewalk construction.
Sidewalk work will take place on Pine Drive, between Mount Edward Road and Maple Avenue, causing minor delays for motorists in the area.
Sidewalk work will also take place on Queen Street, between Euston Street and Douglas Street, causing minor delays for motorists in the area.
Curbing work will take place on Trafalgar Street, between Nassau Street to Ashburn Crescent, causing minor delays for motorists in the area.
Curbing will also take place on Spruce Drive, between Queen Elizabeth Drive and Moreau Drive, causing minor delays for motorists in the area.
From the Provincial Traffic Advisory: Motorists are advised of minor delays that will occur as a result of road work being done on the Charlottetown Bypass, which began July 26. The work is being done from west of the Murchison Lane intersection to the Southgate Lane intersection. Two-way, one-lane traffic will be maintained during construction hours and the work is expected to last two weeks.