Road resurfacing to start on Front Street

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A Hamilton car park and sections of the parking lanes on Front Street will be closed today because of road resurfacing work.

A City of Hamilton spokeswoman said asphalting of the westbound parking lane between Parliament Street and Burnaby Street would start early in the morning.

She said: “This necessary work is part of the upgrades around the city that must take place as per the required course conditions for the MS Amlin World Triathlon in April.”

The spokeswoman added that No 5 Car Park, the westbound parking lane and the eastbound parking lane opposite the asphalting works would all be closed to parking.

She said: “The City advises that there may be a short time period when the westbound driving lane may be closed during the work.

“There will be diversion signage in place when this happens and for the duration of the asphalting.

“The City apologises for any inconvenience caused during this time and urges all motorists to use caution when travelling in the affected area.”

The spokeswoman added that the work was expected to be done before the evening rush hour.

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Published Feb 16, 2018 at 8:00 am (Updated Feb 16, 2018 at 7:58 am)

Road resurfacing to start on Front Street

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