Traffic impacts in Ottawa beginning Friday, November 26

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The following projects will impact Ottawa traffic:

  • Dalhousie Street, between Guigues Avenue and St. Andrew Street, will experience overnight lane closures starting at 6 pm on Thursday, December 2 until 6 am Friday, December 3 for the installation of a sanitary sewer liner. Parking will be removed on both sides of the street to accommodate the construction. One lane will remain open in both directions. Watch for signs and flagging in the area. Pedestrians and cyclists will be accommodated.
  • The following Highway 174 ramps and lanes will be closed for Stage 2 LRT roadwork:
    • The westbound on-ramp from southbound Tenth Line Road will close nightly between 9 pm to 5:30 am until Saturday, November 27.
    • The eastbound off-ramp to Trim Road will close nightly between 9 pm and 5:30 am until Saturday, November 27.
    • The eastbound on-ramp from Saint Joseph Boulevard (at Tenth Line Road) will close nightly between 9 pm and 5:30 am until Saturday, November 27.
    • The westbound off-ramp to Champlain Street will close nightly between 9 pm and 5:30 am from Monday, November 29 to Saturday, December 4.
    • The westbound on-ramp from southbound Tenth Line Road will close nightly between 9 pm and 5:30 am from Monday, November 29 to Saturday, December 4.
    • The westbound off-ramp to Jeanne d’Arc Boulevard will close nightly between 9 pm and 5:30 am from Monday, November 29 until Wednesday, December 1.
    • The eastbound off-ramp to Jeanne d’Arc Boulevard will close nightly between 9 pm and 5:30 am from Tuesday, November 30 until Thursday, December 2.
    • The eastbound off-ramp to Blair Road will close nightly between 9 pm and 5:30 am from Wednesday, December 1 until Saturday, December 4.
  • Byron Avenue is closed between Woodland Avenue and Harcourt Avenue daily from 7 am to 5 pm, until Monday, January 31, 2022. Byron Avenue is closed between Lockhart Avenue and Sherbourne Road daily from 7 am to 5 pm, until Monday, January 31, 2022.
  • A section of Redwood Avenue between Byron Avenue and Richmond Road will close daily between 7 am and 6 pm until Friday, December 17.
  • The following Highway 417 ramps and lanes will be closed for Stage 2 LRT roadwork:
    • The westbound off-ramp to Pinecrest Road will be closed until summer 2023.
    • The eastbound on-ramp from southbound Moodie Drive is closed nightly between 11 pm and 5 am until Saturday, November 27.
    • The westbound on-ramp from southbound Moodie Drive will close 11 pm Friday, November 26 to 5 am Monday, November 29.
  • Riverside Drive near the Terminal Avenue intersection, and Terminal Avenue west of the intersection, will experience short, intermittent lane reductions overnight, starting after 7 pm on Monday, November 29. These lane reductions will be required for survey work related to the future storm and sanitary sewer replacement. Police will be on site to direct traffic at the intersection. Please watch for signs. Pedestrian and cyclist access will be maintained.
  • Riverside Drive southbound is reduced to one lane from Data Centre Road to Heron Road until June 2022.
  • A section of Hunt Club Road at the Airport Parkway will be reduced to one lane in each direction until mid-February 2022 for Stage 2 LRT work.
  • The following Airport Parkway ramps will be closed for Stage 2 LRT roadwork:
    • The southbound on-ramp from westbound Hunt Club will be closed until mid-February 2022.
    • The southbound off-ramp to eastbound Hunt Club Road will be closed until mid-February 2022.
    • The northbound on-ramp from eastbound Hunt Club Road will be closed until mid-February 2022.
    • The northbound off-ramp to westbound Hunt Club Road will be closed until mid-February 2022.
  • The Ottawa Christmas Market at Lansdowne will kick off with a tree lighting ceremony on Friday, November 26 at 6 pm. Increased traffic is expected in the area throughout the evening.
  • The Manotick Parade of Lights will take place on Saturday, November 27 at 5 pm. Road closures and traffic interruptions are expected during the parade.

For updates on construction and roadwork activity across Ottawa, or for information about traffic and travel planning, visit the City’s traffic map or follow the City’s traffic account on Twitter.

For more information on City programs and services, visit ottawa.ca, call 3-1-1 (TTY: 613-580-2401) or 613-580-2400 to contact the City using Canada Video Relay Service. You can also connect with us through Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

The City of Ottawa has tools on ottawa.ca to help motorists and transit customers plan their routes and manage their commute, including:


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