Road Closures/Road Construction

Road Construction

Highway 28 From Highway 7 to 2.0 km south of Long Lake Road in North Kawartha Township (June - November 2022)
Please be advised that Fidelity Engineering & Construction Inc. has been awarded Ministry of Transportation Contract 2022-4001. The project limits on Highway 28 begin from Highway 7 to 2.0 km south of Long Lake Road in Kawartha Township (distance of 49.2km). This project will consist of Replacement, Rehabilitation, and Clean Out of Various Non-Structural Culverts, and Other Drainage Improvements. We are currently scheduled to start this work on June 6th with an anticipated completion date in November 2022.
During the contract, we will require Eight (8) 24-hour single lane closures on Highway 28. During these 24-hours lane restrictions Emergency Services will be provided two (2) days notice when closures are scheduled.
Location of Project:
Fidelity Engineering & Construction Inc. contacts for this project are as follows:

Dan MacDonald, Project Manager (905) 375-8437 dmacdonald@fidelityeng.com
David Arbuckle, Superintendent (905) 376-5372 darbuckle@fidelityeng.com

Reconstruction of Mt. Julian-Viamede & Reid's Road Project

Mt. Julian-Viamede & Reid's Road Reconstruction PIC, January 19, 2022

 

Reconstruction of Mt. Julian-Viamede & Reid's Road; Township of North Kawartha Engage Project No: 21058

Road Closures
Lasswade Road Remains closed due to the May 21, 2022 Storm
Road Closed: Please note that Lasswade Road is fully closed due to the Saturday, May 21, 2022 storm/tree damage. Many powerlines remain down. A reminder to treat all downed hydro lines as 'live' and stay away.
Crowe River Bridge

Notice of Closure - Crowe River Bridge (August 4, 2021)

Please be advised that County Road (CR) 504, from CR 620 to Glen Alda Road, will remain closed to all through traffic until the fall of 2022. Access for local traffic on CR 504 will be maintained.
The investigation into the condition of the bridge superstructure that is currently in place has been completed and it has been determined that the superstructure does not meet requirements for highway traffic loading.
The County is in the process of finalizing arrangements which would permit the installation of a redesigned bridge to commence in the spring of 2022, with an anticipated completion date of the fall of 2022.
An alternative detour route during this road closure will be signed in the field as shown below.

Map of Detour Route

The County of Peterborough completely understands the impact that this closure has had on residents. The Crowe River Bridge closure situation involves many parties and the County has been working with such parties to assess the issues associated with the bridge. We understand the importance of getting a bridge in place and open to traffic. Resolving this complex issue has taken a signficiant amount of time. We have developed a clearer understanding of next steps and timelines and are committed to completing the full replacement of the Crowe River Bridge.

We apologize for any inconvenience and thank you for your patience.

If you have any questions, please contact the following individuals:
Peter Nielsen, C.E.T.
Manager, Capital Projects
Planning & Public Works Department
Phone: (705) 775-2737 x 3200
Email: pnielsen@ptbocounty.ca

Peterborough County Updated Notice of Closure; Crowe River Bridge (April 15, 2021)
October 8, 2020 Notice of Construction - Closure of Crowe River Bridge

 


 

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