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Construction in Courtice means buses detour
for nearly five months



Update — January 7, 2010: Construction has ended and regular transit service has resumed.


Update — September 28: DRT is revising the detour.


On Monday, July 20, Region of Durham contractors started a project to rebuild the roadway, replace a bridge and relocate watermains along Courtice Road (Regional Road 34) between Nash Road and King Street (Regional Highway 2).

Durham Region Transit is detouring buses for 19 weeks during the project.

402 King

From Monday, July 20 until about Sunday, November 29, westbound buses start their trips at Courtice and Nash Roads, then proceed:

westward along Nash Road; and then
southward along Tullis Road to King Street (Regional Highway 2),
resuming their regular route westward along King.

Eastbound buses operate along their regular route to Nash Road and Fourth Street, then proceed:

northward along Fourth;
eastward along Westmore Street; and then
southward along Courtice Road (Regional Road 34) to Nash,
ending their trips.

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