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Speedvale / Stevenson construction
affects Guelph Transit service, starting March 16



Update — June 25, 8:12 p.m.: Construction has ended and regular Guelph Transit service has resumed.


Update — May 27, 5:30 p.m.: Guelph Transit is relocating the stop for buses operating along the 1 Woodlawn route at St. George’s Square while City contractors rebuild sidewalks.


Update — May 27, 9:03 p.m.: Contractors have advanced their work so that the City no longer needs to close the intersection. Although the work may require the City to close some of the lanes along Speedvale Avenue East, most of the work continues underground, without disrupting traffic. Buses continue to skip their regular stops on Speedvale East between Metcalfe Street and Manhattan Court and east of Stevenson Street. Instead, they drop off and pick up passengers at a temporary stop at 345 Speedvale.


Update — May 21, 6:45 p.m.: The City is closing the entire intersection of Speedvale Avenue West with Stevenson Street North on Saturday, May 29 and Sunday, May 30. Guelph Transit is detouring buses operating along the 1 Woodlawn route while the intersection is closed.


City of Guelph contractors have started work on the City project to rebuild the intersection of Speedvale Avenue East with Stevenson Street North.

Starting Tuesday, March 16, Guelph Transit buses operating along the 1 Woodlawn route do not drop off or pick up passengers at the regular stops on Speedvale Avenue East between Metcalfe Street and Manhattan Court and east of Stevenson Street.

Instead, buses serve a temporary stop at 345 Speedvale East, across the street from the Liquor Control Board of Ontario (LCBO) store.

The City of Guelph approved rebuilding the intersection of Speedvale Avenue East with Stevenson Street North as part of its 2010 capital works program.

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