Construction Work Slated to Start on Simpson Street

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he section of Simpson Street that runs from the May/Arthur Street intersection to Victoria Avenue will close to all through traffic next week to allow for the installation of new storm sewers. The closure is scheduled to begin the morning of Wednesday, Sept. 9, and is expected to last three weeks. The construction schedule is subject to change, as various factors, such as weather, can affect project timelines. Motorists are advised to avoid the area if possible, and those travelling in the area are asked to use extra caution and obey all posted signage.
The section of Simpson Street that runs from the May/Arthur Street intersection to Victoria Avenue will close to all through traffic next week to allow for the installation of new storm sewers. The closure is scheduled to begin the morning of Wednesday, Sept. 9, and is expected to last three weeks. The construction schedule is subject to change, as various factors, such as weather, can affect project timelines. Motorists are advised to avoid the area if possible, and those travelling in the area are asked to use extra caution and obey all posted signage.
he section of Simpson Street that runs from the May/Arthur Street intersection to Victoria Avenue will close to all through traffic next week to allow for the installation of new storm sewers.     The closure is scheduled to begin the morning of Wednesday, Sept. 9, and is expected to last three weeks.     The construction schedule is subject to change, as various factors, such as weather, can affect project timelines.     Motorists are advised to avoid the area if possible, and those travelling in the area are asked to use extra caution and obey all posted signage.
The section of Simpson Street that runs from the May/Arthur Street intersection to Victoria Avenue will close to all through traffic next week to allow for the installation of new storm sewers.

The closure is scheduled to begin the morning of Wednesday, Sept. 9, and is expected to last three weeks.

The construction schedule is subject to change, as various factors, such as weather, can affect project timelines.

The route for Thunder Bay Transit’s Mainline will also be impacted for three weeks. Watch for updates from Thunder Bay Transit.

Motorists are advised to avoid the area if possible, and those travelling in the area are asked to use extra caution and obey all posted signage.

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