Kenilworth Access lanes closed three weeks

News May 16, 2014 Hamilton Mountain News

The upbound lanes of the Kenilworth Access will be closed for three weeks, the city said Friday.

The lanes were closed Thursday after rockslides. The Public Works department says they will remain closed for the next three weeks so crews can safely complete a significant rock scaling and cleanup operation.

During this time, the Sherman Access and Sherman Cut will operate with one upbound lane and one down bound lane, said a Public Works spokesperson.

Given the number of rock slides that have occurred this year, roads crews have been increasing their visual inspections of all escarpment crossings as a proactive measure, said the spokesperson.

Kenilworth Access lanes closed three weeks

News May 16, 2014 Hamilton Mountain News

The upbound lanes of the Kenilworth Access will be closed for three weeks, the city said Friday.

The lanes were closed Thursday after rockslides. The Public Works department says they will remain closed for the next three weeks so crews can safely complete a significant rock scaling and cleanup operation.

During this time, the Sherman Access and Sherman Cut will operate with one upbound lane and one down bound lane, said a Public Works spokesperson.

Given the number of rock slides that have occurred this year, roads crews have been increasing their visual inspections of all escarpment crossings as a proactive measure, said the spokesperson.

Kenilworth Access lanes closed three weeks

News May 16, 2014 Hamilton Mountain News

The upbound lanes of the Kenilworth Access will be closed for three weeks, the city said Friday.

The lanes were closed Thursday after rockslides. The Public Works department says they will remain closed for the next three weeks so crews can safely complete a significant rock scaling and cleanup operation.

During this time, the Sherman Access and Sherman Cut will operate with one upbound lane and one down bound lane, said a Public Works spokesperson.

Given the number of rock slides that have occurred this year, roads crews have been increasing their visual inspections of all escarpment crossings as a proactive measure, said the spokesperson.