Concession Street closed from Wellington to Wentworth for ongoing construction

News May 23, 2015 by Gord Bowes Hamilton Mountain News

Concession Street between Upper Wellington and Upper Wentworth will be closed until September as part of ongoing road reconstruction.

Local and pedestrian access will be maintained during the closures, says the public works department, but through traffic will be diverted.

HSR routes 23–Upper Gage, 24-Upper Sherman and 25-Upper Wentworth are on detour throughout the construction project. 

Given the impact construction will have on transit operations for the local community, a shuttle bus service is scheduled to operate over a portion of the affected area until Sept. 8, says public works.

Shuttle service will operate every 20 minutes weekdays between the hours of 8 a.m. and 6 p.m.; weekends and statutory holidays from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m.

See hamilton.ca/hsr for more details about the detours and shuttle bus. 

Reconstruciton is also well underway on Concession Street from Upper Wentworth to Upper Sherman.

Lane restrictions are in place for the initial water main work from Upper Wentworth to East 25th. A full closure is expected in early September; local and pedestrian access will be maintained. This section is expected to be completed by December.

From East 25th to Upper Sherman, lane restrictions are in place for the duration of the work. Access to the Juravinski Hospital will be maintained and prioritized at all times, says public works. This section is expected to be completed by September.

The Concession Street reconstruction involves water main upgrades, new pavement, new curbs and sidewalks with urban braille.

As part of the city’s improved pedestrian mobility plan, two new pedestrian-activated crossing signals and new ladder-style crosswalks will also be installed.

Concession Street closed from Wellington to Wentworth for ongoing construction

Entire project to be completed by December

News May 23, 2015 by Gord Bowes Hamilton Mountain News

Concession Street between Upper Wellington and Upper Wentworth will be closed until September as part of ongoing road reconstruction.

Local and pedestrian access will be maintained during the closures, says the public works department, but through traffic will be diverted.

HSR routes 23–Upper Gage, 24-Upper Sherman and 25-Upper Wentworth are on detour throughout the construction project. 

Given the impact construction will have on transit operations for the local community, a shuttle bus service is scheduled to operate over a portion of the affected area until Sept. 8, says public works.

Shuttle service will operate every 20 minutes weekdays between the hours of 8 a.m. and 6 p.m.; weekends and statutory holidays from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m.

See hamilton.ca/hsr for more details about the detours and shuttle bus. 

Reconstruciton is also well underway on Concession Street from Upper Wentworth to Upper Sherman.

Lane restrictions are in place for the initial water main work from Upper Wentworth to East 25th. A full closure is expected in early September; local and pedestrian access will be maintained. This section is expected to be completed by December.

From East 25th to Upper Sherman, lane restrictions are in place for the duration of the work. Access to the Juravinski Hospital will be maintained and prioritized at all times, says public works. This section is expected to be completed by September.

The Concession Street reconstruction involves water main upgrades, new pavement, new curbs and sidewalks with urban braille.

As part of the city’s improved pedestrian mobility plan, two new pedestrian-activated crossing signals and new ladder-style crosswalks will also be installed.

Concession Street closed from Wellington to Wentworth for ongoing construction

Entire project to be completed by December

News May 23, 2015 by Gord Bowes Hamilton Mountain News

Concession Street between Upper Wellington and Upper Wentworth will be closed until September as part of ongoing road reconstruction.

Local and pedestrian access will be maintained during the closures, says the public works department, but through traffic will be diverted.

HSR routes 23–Upper Gage, 24-Upper Sherman and 25-Upper Wentworth are on detour throughout the construction project. 

Given the impact construction will have on transit operations for the local community, a shuttle bus service is scheduled to operate over a portion of the affected area until Sept. 8, says public works.

Shuttle service will operate every 20 minutes weekdays between the hours of 8 a.m. and 6 p.m.; weekends and statutory holidays from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m.

See hamilton.ca/hsr for more details about the detours and shuttle bus. 

Reconstruciton is also well underway on Concession Street from Upper Wentworth to Upper Sherman.

Lane restrictions are in place for the initial water main work from Upper Wentworth to East 25th. A full closure is expected in early September; local and pedestrian access will be maintained. This section is expected to be completed by December.

From East 25th to Upper Sherman, lane restrictions are in place for the duration of the work. Access to the Juravinski Hospital will be maintained and prioritized at all times, says public works. This section is expected to be completed by September.

The Concession Street reconstruction involves water main upgrades, new pavement, new curbs and sidewalks with urban braille.

As part of the city’s improved pedestrian mobility plan, two new pedestrian-activated crossing signals and new ladder-style crosswalks will also be installed.