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Lane closures on Lakeshore due to Bridgewater construction

Construction for the Bridgewater Development located at 2060 Lakeshore Rd will begin the week of Oct. 20.

The first phase of construction will include the burial of hydro lines. This work is expected to take approximately 10 weeks. During the construction, there will be some minor lane disruptions and a one-day closure of the intersection at Lakeshore Road and Old Lakeshore Road. All businesses remain open for business as usual.

Also as part of the construction, the section of Elizabeth Street, south of Lakeshore Road, will be closed until November 2018. Access to the Waterfront Hotel is available through the north driveway.

For more information, please contact Carol Gulak, Capital Works, City of Burlington at 905-335-7600, ext. 7772 or carol.gulak@burlington.ca.

Written by Marianne Meed Ward

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