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Centre Street N pavement rehabilitation

Calgary Traffic Report 2016 Paving Projects


As part of The City of Calgary’s Pavement Rehabilitation Program, localized sections of Centre Street N between 7 Avenue N.W. and Beddington Boulevard N.W. is scheduled for rehabilitation during the 2016 construction season.

The City of Calgary would like to thank residents, businesses and commuters for their patience and understanding during the road construction process. Please observe all posted signs and speed limits to ensure the safety of commuters and construction crews.

Project Scope

Curb lane restoration, including:

  • Milling of the existing asphalt surface on localized sections through the entire segment
  • Overlay with layers of asphalt to provide a structurally sound and smooth surface for the design life.

Timeline

Construction is slated to begin on September 23. Work will begin in the northbound curb lane for the entirety of the project on the first weekend, and on the southbound curb lane during the second. There will be temporary traffic impacts throughout the project; however every effort is being made to ensure the impact of traffic movement is kept to a minimum, when possible, by working on weekends and off peak hours. This project is subject to weather delays.

NOTE: During milling and paving there will be temporary, full closures of certain intersections along the project. These closures will be controlled by Calgary Police Service.

​Type of Work ​Where ​Tentative Schedule ​Traffic Impact
​Removal of existing asphalt - milling ​Localized sections within the entire project limits ​Sep. 23-25
Sep. 30 – Oct. 2
​Temporary lane closures at affected location during weekends and off-peak hours
​Paving ​Localized sections within the entire project limits Sep. 24-25
Oct. 1-2
​Temporary curb lane closures at affected location during weekends and off-peak hours.

The City of Calgary’s contracted partners will communicate with the public and impacted businesses about the construction before it begins and on an ongoing basis throughout construction. This web page is a primary source of updated information.