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Road Closures

Posted Monday, May 28, 2018

Franklin Ave. detourBeginning Wednesday, May 30, 2018 Franklin Avenue will be closed between Reservoir Road and Forrest Drive. All Franklin Avenue traffic will be detoured around construction via Reservoir Road and Forrest Drive. Bus stops along the detour will be temporarily out of service. Please note, there will be no parking on the street along the detour route and there will be no access to Gitzel Street from Franklin Avenue. All Gitzel Street traffic will be required to use Matonabee Street....
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Posted Wednesday, August 30, 2017

Kam Lake RoadKam Lake Road will be periodically reduced to single lane traffic between Finlayson Drive and Gibben Drive as construction crews prepare the road for paving. Please obey all traffic signs and traffic control personnel who will be directing traffic. And please remember to reduce your speed when in construction zones.

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Posted Friday, August 25, 2017

Franklin Ave. Road ClosureOn September 2 & 3, Franklin Avenue between Old Airport Road and Reservoir Road will be closed to facilitate construction. During this time, traffic, including Bus routes A and B, will be detoured along Taylor Road and Reservoir Road. Please follow all posted traffic signs and remember to reduce your speed when in construction zones.

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Posted Tuesday, August 08, 2017

Please be advised, tomorrow morning Franklin Avenue may be periodically reduced to single lane between Forrest Drive and Norseman Drive to allow workers to enter a water vault. A Brief water disruption can be expected for City Facilities (YK Arena & Ruth Inch Pool). Traffic will be flagged for the duration of the entry.

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Posted Friday, August 04, 2017

THANK YOU FOR YOUR PATIENCE DURING CONSTRUCTION SEASON
YELLOWKNIFE, NORTHWEST TERRITORIES | August 4, 2017
The City of Yellowknife wishes to extend a massive “Thank you” to residents for their patience during this year’s busier than usual construction season.
This summer represents the busiest summer for construction projects that the City has ever had. The main reason for the high level of construction activity is that the City has received...

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