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Temporary Traffic Signals on 102 Avenue to be Removed This Weekend
Posted Date: 11/1/2018
The temporary traffic signals at the intersections of 102 Avenue/102 Street (Muskoseepi Park Entrance), and 102 Avenue/100 Street (Downtown Tim Hortons) will be removed over Friday, November 1 and Saturday, November 2.


The traffic lights were installed to accommodate traffic flows during construction on Phase 3 of The Downtown Rehabilitation and Streetscapes Project.

After the temporary traffic signals are removed, the traffic flow at these locations will return to the previous traffic pattern. Traffic moving east/west along 102 Avenue will have a stop sign at 100 Street and 102 Street. Traffic moving north/south on 100 Street and 102 Street will return to flowing straight through the intersection.

Some temporary lane closures may occur during the removal process. Please use caution around the construction site and obey flag persons.

The Downtown Rehabilitation and Streetscapes Project is a multi-phase initiative designed to create a modern, revitalized downtown through necessary underground infrastructure upgrades and streetscape improvements. The City thanks you for your patience and cooperation! For more information visit