Aldershot businesses will feel effect of Burlington’s plan for Plains Road bike lane
Published February 24, 2022 at 1:30 pm
The Aldershot BIA is reaching out to businesses along Plains Road in anticipation of the City of Burlington’s installation of bike lanes.
A member of the ABIA office will be contacting local businesses to collect information on behalf of the city until Mar. 10.
The goal is to help minimize the impact on businesses during construction by ensuring the city has up to date information.
You can also email [email protected] with your business details.
Among the city’s plans for Plains Rd. are:
- Asphalt cycle track from Spring Gardens Rd. to Waterdown Rd. on the north side of Plains Rd.
- Asphalt cycle track from Spring Gardens Rd. to Patricia Dr. and then transitioning to a road-protected bike lane to Waterdown Rd. on the south side of Plains Rd.
- Utility pole removal on the north side of Plains Rd. from Patricia to Daryl roads and Emery to Waterdown roads
- New streetlights on the north side of Plains Rd.
- Reconfigured signalized intersections at Gorton Ave., Daryl Dr. and Howard Rd.
- Raingarden at Howard Rd.
- Resurfacing of Plains Rd. at varying depths from Spring Gardens Rd. to Waterdown Rd.
- Spot curb and sidewalk repairs as needed
- Driveway regrading where required to address driveway access issues (cars bottoming out)
The construction is tentatively planned to commence near the beginning of June and last until the end of the year.