Stretch of Main St. in Hamilton to have delays for the next 2 nights
Published October 3, 2022 at 1:01 pm
A span of Main Street in west Hamilton is going to have lane restrictions for a period of about 36 hours, the city says.
The City of Hamilton says that Main St. W. will have the restrictions in both directions from Longwood Rd. S. to Haddon Ave. S. during the overnight hours on Monday and Tuesday, from 7 p.m. till 7 a.m., depending on the weather.
“Motorists can expect delays,” the city says.
OVERNIGHT WORK: There will be lane restrictions in both directions on Main St W from Longwood Road S to Haddon Ave S during the overnight hours starting tonight (October 3) at 7pm until Wednesday, October 5 at 7am (weather permitting). Motorists can expect delays. pic.twitter.com/GRdyvWuvPI
— City of Hamilton (@cityofhamilton) October 3, 2022
Longwood is at the westmost end of the stretch of Main which is being converted to two-way traffic as far east as King St. in order to increase sfaety for all road users in Hamilton. The city has had 18 traffic deaths in the first nine months of 2022, surpassing the full-year tally of 12 in 2021. The latter was the most in a decade.
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