Timetable for road closures in the Waterloo area including Branchton Rd and Dundas St S from the week of 24th June

Roadworks in the Waterloo area continue throughout the year. Many of these projects will result in prolonged road closures. Closing times listed are subject to change due to weather and other factors.

Branchton Rd at Dundas St S in Cambridge will have lane shortening for on-site maintenance from 7am Monday 27 June and is expected to last 12 days. This work is expected to be completed by 5pm on Friday 8th July. Impact: Maintain traffic in both directions; expect delays; Maintain foot traffic around the work zone.

Detour route: No left turns from Dundas St./Highway 8 onto Branchton Rd. ; WB traffic on Dundas St. (RR8) to use Franklin Blvd roundabout (RR36).

Dundas St N on Hespeler Rd in Cambridge will be partially closed from 7am on Friday 24 June and is expected to last for 29 days. This work is expected to be completed by 7pm on Friday 22nd July. Impact: Maintain traffic in both directions; expect delays; Maintain foot traffic around the work zone.

Detour route: The channeled right-hand turn from Water St N (RR24) northbound onto Dundas St N (RR8) will be closed between 7am and 7pm daily from 24 June 2022 to 22 July

Hespeler Rd from Bishop St N to 79m south of Bishop St N in Cambridge will experience lane reductions from 9am on Monday 27 June for utility work which is expected to last five days. This work is expected to be completed by 3pm on Friday 1st July. Impact: Maintain traffic in both directions; expect delays; Maintain foot traffic around the work zone.

Highland Rd W and Lawrence Ave in Kitchener will be partially closed for sewer work beginning Tuesday, June 28 at 9am and is expected to last a day. This work is expected to be completed by 7 p.m. on Tuesday. Impact: Maintain traffic in both directions; expect delays; Maintain foot traffic around the work zone.

King St N from Central St to Spring St E in Waterloo will be closed for road improvements from 6am Tuesday 28 June and is expected to last for 74 days. This work is expected to be completed by 7pm on Friday September 9th. Impact: Closed. No access.

Detour route: Northbound King Street (RR15) = Erb Street (RR09) to Weber Street (RR08) to University Avenue (RR57) to King Street; Southbound King Street (RR15) = University Avenue (RR57) to Weber Street (RR08) to Bridgeport Road (RR09) to King Street

King St W at Francis St S to 61m NW of Francis St S in Kitchener will be partially closed for shaft work from Friday 24 June at 7am and is expected to last one day. This work is expected to be completed by 5 p.m. Friday. Impact: Westbound lane closure; Eastbound traffic maintained; Maintain foot traffic around the work zone.

Victoria St S on West Ave to 56m southwest of West Ave in Kitchener will be partially closed for utility work beginning Tuesday 28 June at 9am and is expected to last three days. This work is expected to be completed by 3pm on Thursday 30th June. Impact: Maintain traffic in both directions; expect delays; Maintain foot traffic around the work zone.

Victoria St S from West Ave to Walnut St in Kitchener will be partially closed for utility work beginning Friday June 24 at 9am and is expected to last four days. This work is expected to be completed by 3pm on Monday 27th June. Impact: Southbound lane closure; Northbound traffic maintained; Maintain foot traffic around the work zone.

Detour route: Continuous closure of southbound lanes along Victoria Street South (RR55) from Walnut Street to Strange Street from 9:00am Friday 24 June to 3:00pm Monday 27 June:; Southbound Victoria Street South (RR55) Traffic = (L) on Park Street (RR53) continue on Jubilee Drive continue on Courtland Avenue West (RR53) to (R) on Queen Street South (RR06) to (R) on Highland Road West ( RR06) to (R) onto West Avenue to (L) onto Victoria Street South (RR55)

Weber St N from Dutton Dr to Albert St in Waterloo will be partially closed for road improvements from 9am on Friday 24 June and is expected to last 25 days. This work is expected to be completed by 3pm on Monday 18th July. Impact: Northbound lane closure; Southbound traffic maintained; Maintain foot traffic around the work zone.

Weber St W 32m NW of College St to 30m SE of College St in Kitchener will be partially closed for utility work beginning Friday 24 June at 7am and is expected to last 15 days. This work is expected to be completed by 5pm on Friday 8th July. Impact: Maintain traffic in both directions; expect delays; Maintain foot traffic around the work zone.

Detour Route: Pedestrians are expected to be diverted to the signalized intersections at Weber Street West (RR08) and Water Street North, and Weber Street West (RR08) and Young Street for the duration of the proposed work.

Westmount Rd W 260m SE of Vicmount Dr to 130m NW of Highland Rd W in Kitchener will be partially closed from Tuesday 28 June at 7am and is expected to last 18 days. This work is expected to be completed by 5pm on Friday 15th July. Impact: Maintain traffic in both directions; expect delays; Maintain foot traffic around the work zone.

Detour route: Please note that from Tuesday 28th June to Friday 15th July there will be a permanent sidewalk closure. Pedestrians will be diverted to the pavement along the east side of Westmount Road West (RR50) at the signalized intersections at Victoria Street South (RR55) and Highland Road West (RR06) during the pavement closure.

Before your next vehicle service appointment, be sure to keep these tips in mind to avoid getting ripped off:

1. Request a quote for all services in writing to avoid last-minute costs

2. Check your vehicle warranty to make an informed decision on which mechanic is best to honor it

3. Don’t be afraid to ask questions. Get involved during your appointment and ask for service details to ensure you get what you need

For more tips see:

How not to get ripped off by your auto mechanic

This list of road closures and restrictions is updated weekly.

Source: This story was auto-generated using information provided by the Waterloo Region via their open data portal.

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