Pickering Dr.

Portion of Fryer St. to be closed Monday for watermain work

 

The Town of Amherstburg advises that Fryer St. will be closed to all traffic from Simcoe St. to McCurdy Dr. on Monday, October 1 from 9:15 a.m. to 2:15 p.m. to facilitate a watermain tie-in at Pickering Drive.

No through traffic will be permitted during this closure.

This closure is part of the Pickering Drive Watermain Replacement and Road Improvements project.

The Town of Amherstburg reminds residents that during construction, traffic disruptions may occur and some delays may be experienced. Please slow down, obey all traffic signage and watch for flag persons in the construction zone.

Portion of Pickering Dr. closes Wednesday for watermain work

 

The Town of Amherstburg has advised that Pickering Dr. will be closed to through traffic between Fryer St. and King St., commencing Wednesday, to facilitate watermain replacement and road improvements.

Work on the Pickering Drive Watermain Replacement and Road Improvements will be ongoing through November 2018, the town advises. Local traffic will be maintained and residents will be allowed access to their residences but delays should be expected.

The Town reminds residents that during construction traffic disruptions may occur and some delays may be experienced. Please slow down and obey all traffic signage, and watch for flag persons in the construction zone.

Town to close Pickering-Sandwich intersection for three days for construction

 

The intersection of Sandwich St. S. and Pickering Dr. will be closed for a portion of next week to accommodate construction.

According to a press release issued Friday morning by the town, the intersection will be closed to all traffic from next Tuesday (June 26) to Thursday (June 28) “to facilitate pavement resurfacing.”

The town states the closure is “expected to last three days” with detour routes posted.

“The Town reminds residents that during construction traffic disruptions will occur and some delays may be experienced. Please slow down and obey all traffic signage, and watch for flag persons in the construction zone,” the press release states. “We thank you for your patience while we begin the final phase of this capital improvement.”

The town resurfaced Pickering Dr. last year from Sandwich St. S. to Dalhousie St. A watermain was put in late last summer with work in the area continuing through the fall. Intersection improvements, including new traffic signals, poles, pedestrian signals, sidewalks and curb upgrades.

Total cost of all Pickering Dr. related upgrades is $1.1 million.

 

 

Intersection of Pickering Dr. and Sandwich St. S. to close Sept. 1 for watermain installation

The intersection of Sandwich Street and Pickering Drive will be closed to all traffic tomorrow (Friday September 1) to facilitate the installation of a watermain.

The town states the closure is expected to last one day and that detour routes will be posted.

The intersection of Pickering Dr. and Sandwich St. S. will be closed Friday, September 1 for the installation of a watermain.

The intersection of Pickering Dr. and Sandwich St. S. will be closed Friday, September 1 for the installation of a watermain.

Work on the Pickering Drive Watermain Replacement and Road Improvements will be ongoing through October 2017. The town reminds residents that during construction traffic disruptions may occur and some delays may be experienced.

Please slow down, obey all traffic signage, and watch for flag persons in the construction zone.

Town closing Pickering Dr. for watermain replacement and road improvements

Another local road will soon be closed temporarily due to construction.

The town has advised that Pickering Dr. will be closed to through traffic between Dalhousie St. and King St., commencing Aug. 10, to facilitate watermain replacement and road improvements. This closure will be ongoing through October.

Pickering Dr. will get some work this year, including the intersection of Pickering and Sandwich (pictured).

Pickering Dr. will get some work this year, including the intersection of Pickering and Sandwich (pictured).

The town states that local traffic will be maintained and residents will be allowed access to their homes. A detour route will be posted, but delays should be expected.

This capital project will also include a one-day closure of the intersection at Sandwich St. S. and Pickering Dr. next Wednesday (Aug. 16). Detour routes will again be posted.

The town reminds residents that during construction, traffic disruptions may occur and some delays may be experienced. Drivers are asked to please slow down and obey all traffic signage, and watch for flag persons in the construction zone.

The $1.1 million tender was awarded to SLR Contracting Group Inc. in July with manager of engineering Todd Hewitt stating at that meeting that watermain work should take six to eight weeks when it gets started with pavement work coming after that.