Road closures and traffic delays, week ending Apr 19, 2024

Photo by Cris Vilela/Kingstonist.

The following is a selection of the most significant road closures and expected traffic delays in and around the city of Kingston for the week ending April 19, 2024. Full lists of closures and delays provided by the City of Kingston and the MTO can be viewed here and here.

Construction restoration work will cause delays along Bayridge Drive from Woodbine Road to Cataraqui Woods Drive from April 15 to 30.

Hillcrest Avenue will be closed from Kingscourt Avenue to Seventh Avenue until May 31 for buried infrastructure replacement. The road will be open to local traffic.

Drivers can expect a westbound lane closure along King Street West from Church Street to Yonge Street on April 14 from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. for a gas service installation project by Utilities Kingston.

Delays are expected along Princess Street from Bayridge Drive to Collins Bay Road from April 8 to 30 while contractors complete construction restoration work in that area.

An eastbound lane closure is expected along Queen Street from Montreal to Sydenham until May 15, 2024. Detours will be in place for the duration of the lane closure.

Seventh Avenue will be closed from Alfred Street to Hillcrest Avenue until May 4 for sanitary sewer system replacement. The road will be open to local traffic.

University Avenue will be closed from Union to Earl until May 29, 2024, for the removal of debris from demolition and concrete deliveries at the Queen’s John Deutsch University Centre project.

LaSalle Causeway:

Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC) advises users that the LaSalle Causeway will be fully closed to motorists, cyclists and pedestrians until further notice.

Parking Disruptions

The Hanson Memorial Parking Structure Restoration project is now underway. The Hanson Memorial Parking Garage is located on Brock Street just west of Wellington Street. The work will take place throughout all levels of the building, and will include efforts such as routine structural maintenance, repainting, replacement of waterproofing materials, and upgrades to the building’s mechanical/electrical systems. The work is expected to conclude in late December 2024.

The work will be completed in phases to allow the building to remain open to public parking for the duration of the project. It is anticipated that no more than 50 per cent of the available 271 parking spaces will be closed at any time. There is also parking availability at the Chown Memorial and Robert Bruce Memorial parking garages in the two adjacent blocks to the west.

Leave a Reply

You cannot copy content from this page, please share the link instead!