Lift Bridge Closures 2016-17

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From the Office of Councillor Collins

Lift Bridge Closures

The City of Hamilton has received notice from Federal Government representatives that maintenance activities will temporarily close the Burlington Canal Lift Bridge. Please note the information below. As always, please do not hesitate to call or email with any questions you might have.


Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC) wishes to advise motorists, pedestrians and cyclists of nightly closures on the Burlington Canal Lift Bridge, located in Hamilton, Ontario.

The bridge is scheduled to be closed to all road and pedestrian traffic nightly from Monday June 20 until Saturday, June 25, 2016, from 7:00 p.m. to 5:00 a.m. Rush hour traffic will not be affected.

Marine traffic will not be affected.

These closures are required as part of the project to replace the bridge’s controls, drives and cables. This schedule may change due to weather conditions or logistical requirements.

Short term closures of the bridge or individual lanes will continue to occur periodically during the project. PSPC will publish notifications regarding upcoming closures, restrictions and any changes in schedule.

Safety is a top priority for PSPC during this project. The replacement of key components of the bridge’s lift system will extend its serviceable life, meeting the needs of both marine and vehicular traffic in the area.

PSPC thanks users for their patience.
 

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A Change of Time

Burlington Lift Bridge (Closed to Road Traffic)
Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC) wishes to advise motorists, pedestrians and cyclists of an update to the nightly closures on the Burlington Canal Lift Bridge, located in Hamilton, Ontario.

The bridge is scheduled to be closed to all road and pedestrian traffic nightly from Monday June 20 until Saturday, June 25, 2016, from 8:00 p.m. to 5:00 a.m., this has changed from the previous notice which stated a 7:00 p.m. start time.

Marine traffic will not be affected.

These closures are required as part of the project to replace the bridge's controls, drives and cables. This schedule may change due to weather conditions or logistical requirements.

Short-term closures of the bridge or individual lanes will continue to occur periodically during the project. PSPC will publish notifications regarding upcoming closures, restrictions and any changes in schedule.

Safety is a top priority for PSPC during this project. The replacement of key components of the bridge's lift system will extend its serviceable life, meeting the needs of both marine and vehicular traffic in the area.

PSPC thanks users for their patience.

For inquiries related to the project, contact:
Karen Durnford-McIntosh
Regional Manager, Real Property, Professional and Technical Services
613-453-3246

Media inquiries should be directed to:
Media Relations, Ontario Region, PSPC
416-512-5550
 

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From Councillor Collins

Today the City of Hamilton received the following notice from the Government of Canada.

Burlington Canal Lift Bridge - daytime sidewalk closures
For immediate release
HAMILTON, Ontario, June 22, 2016 – Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC) wishes to advise pedestrians and cyclists of restricted access to the Burlington Canal Lift Bridge from July 4 to 29, 2016.
During these dates, the following restrictions will be in place Monday through Friday between 7 a.m. and 5 p.m.:
• from July 4 to 29, the north and south pedestrian underpasses will be closed;
• from July 4 to 15, access to the east (lakeside) part of the Waterfront Trail will be closed;
• from July 18 to 29, access to the west (bayside) part of the Waterfront Trail will be closed; and
• from July 18 to 29, the west (bayside) bridge sidewalk will be closed.
The bridge will remain open to pedestrian and cyclist traffic on weekends and weekdays after 5 p.m.
This schedule may change due to weather conditions or logistical requirements. PSPC will publish notices regarding any changes in schedule.
Safety is a top priority for PSPC during this project. The closures are required as part of the project to replace the bridge’s controls, drives and cables. The replacement of key components of the bridge’s lift system will extend its serviceable life, meeting the needs of both marine and vehicular traffic in the area.
PSPC thanks users for their patience.
For inquiries related to the project, contact:
Karen Durnford-McIntosh
Regional Manager, Real Property, Professional and Technical Services
613-453-3246
 

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From Councillor Collins Office;
The City of Hamilton has received the following email from the Federal Government related to planned repairs to the Burlington Canal Lift Bridge.


BURLINGTON CANAL LIFT BRIDGE OVERNIGHT CLOSURES - HAMILTON, Ontario.

Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC) wishes to advise all users of closures on the Burlington Canal Lift Bridge from November 28 to December 3, 2016.
The bridge is scheduled to be closed overnight to vehicular and pedestrian traffic during the following periods:

• from Monday, November 28, at 8 pm to Tuesday, November 29, at 5 am

• from Tuesday, November 29, at 8 pm to Wednesday, November 30, at 5 am

• from Wednesday, November 30, at 8 pm to Thursday, December 1, at 5 am

• from Thursday, December 1, at 8 pm to Friday, December 2, at 5 am

• from Friday, December 2, at 8 pm to Saturday, December 3, at 5 am

Please note that rush hour and marine traffic will not be affected.

This schedule may change due to weather conditions or logistical requirements. PSPC will publish notices regarding any schedule changes. Additional overnight closures are projected throughout the month of December.

The closures are required as part of the project to replace the bridge’s controls, drives and cables. The replacement of key components of the bridge’s lift system will extend its serviceable life, meeting the needs of both marine and vehicular traffic in the area. Safety is a top priority for PSPC during this project, and the Department thanks users for their patience.
 

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HAMILTON, Ontario, December 14, 2016 - Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC) wishes to advise all users of closures on the Burlington Canal Lift Bridge from December 19 to 31, 2016.

The bridge is scheduled to be closed overnight to vehicular and pedestrian traffic during the following periods:

" from Tuesday, December 20, at 8 pm to Wednesday, December 21, at 5 am
" from Wednesday, December 21, at 8 pm to Thursday, December 22, at 5 am
" from Thursday, December 22, at 8 pm to Friday, December 23, at 5 am
" from Wednesday, December 28, at 8 pm to Thursday, December 29, at 5 am
" from Thursday, December 29, at 8 pm to Friday, December 30, at 5 am
" from Friday, December 30, at 8 pm to Saturday, December 31, at 5 am

Please note that rush hour and marine traffic will not be affected.

This schedule may change because of weather conditions or logistical requirements. PSPC will publish notices regarding any schedule changes.

The closures are required as part of the project to replace the bridge's controls, drives and cables. The replacement of key components of the bridge's lift system will extend its serviceable life, meeting the needs of both marine and vehicular traffic in the area.

Safety is a top priority for PSPC during this project, and the Department thanks users for their patience.

For inquiries related to the project, contact:
David Pochylko
Regional Manager, Professional and Technical Services, Real Property
416-512-5977

Media inquiries should be directed to:
Media Relations, Ontario Region, PSPC
416-512-5550
 

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Burlington Lift Bridge (Closed to Road Traffic)
Burlington Canal Lift Bridge
Overnight closures

Hamilton, Ontario, March 3, 2017 - Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC) wishes to advise all users of overnight closures on the Burlington Canal Lift Bridge from March 6 to 26, 2017.

The bridge is scheduled to be closed overnight to vehicular and pedestrian traffic between 8:00 p.m. to 5:00 a.m. during the following periods:
" from Monday, March 6th to the morning of Thursday, March 9th
" from Sunday, March 12th to the morning of Sunday, March 26th

Please note that rush hour and marine traffic will not be affected.

This schedule may change because of weather conditions or logistical requirements. PSPC will publish notices regarding any schedule changes.

The closures are required as part of the project to replace the bridge's controls, drives and cables. The replacement of key components of the bridge's lift system will extend its serviceable life, meeting the needs of both marine and vehicular traffic in the area.

Safety is a top priority for PSPC during this project, and the Department thanks users for their patience.


Information

For inquiries related to the project, contact:
David Pochylko
Regional Manager, Professional and Technical Services, Real Property
416-512-5977

Media inquiries should be directed to:
Media Relations, Ontario Region, PSPC
416-512-5550
 

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***UPDATE March 8, 2017***

Burlington Lift Bridge (Closed to Road Traffic)


Burlington Canal Lift Bridge
Overnight closures

Hamilton, Ontario, March 8, 2017 - Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC) wishes to advise all users of overnight closures on the Burlington Canal Lift Bridge from March 8 to April 1, 2017, between 8 pm and 5 am.

The bridge is scheduled to be closed to vehicular and pedestrian traffic.

Please note that rush hour and marine traffic will not be affected.

This schedule may change because of weather conditions or logistical requirements. PSPC will publish notices regarding any schedule changes.

The closures are required as part of the project to replace the bridge's controls, drives and cables. The replacement of key components of the bridge's lift system will extend its serviceable life, meeting the needs of both marine and vehicular traffic in the area.

Safety is a top priority for PSPC during this project, and the Department thanks users for their patience.



Information

For inquiries related to the project, contact:
David Pochylko
Regional Manager, Professional and Technical Services, Real Property
416-512-5977

Media inquiries should be directed to:
Media Relations, Ontario Region, PSPC
416-512-5550
 

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Burlington Lift Bridge (Closed to Road Traffic)
Burlington Canal Lift Bridge
Overnight closures

Hamilton, Ontario, June 9, 2017 - Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC) wishes to advise all users of overnight closures on the Burlington Canal Lift Bridge from June 12 to 17, and June 19 to 24, 2017, between 8 pm and 5 am.

The bridge is scheduled to be closed to vehicular and pedestrian traffic.

Please note that rush hour and marine traffic will not be affected.

This schedule may change because of weather conditions or logistical requirements. PSPC will publish notices regarding any schedule changes.

The closures are required as part of the project to replace the bridge's controls, drives and cables. The replacement of key components of the bridge's lift system will extend its serviceable life, meeting the needs of both marine and vehicular traffic in the area.

Safety is a top priority for PSPC during this project, and the department thanks users for their patience.

Information

For inquiries related to the project, contact:
David Pochylko
Regional Manager, Professional and Technical Services, Real Property
289-251-6176

Media inquiries should be directed to:
Media Relations, Ontario Region, PSPC
416-512-5550
 

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Overnight closures

Burlington Canal Lift Bridge


Hamilton, Ontario, June 23, 2017 - Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC) wishes to advise all users of overnight closures on the Burlington Canal Lift Bridge from June 26 to 30, 2017, between 8 pm and 5 am.

The bridge is scheduled to be closed to vehicular and pedestrian traffic.

Please note that rush hour and marine traffic will not be affected.

This schedule may change because of weather conditions or logistical requirements. PSPC will publish notices regarding any schedule changes.

The closures are required as part of the project to replace the bridge's controls, drives and cables. The replacement of key components of the bridge's lift system will extend its serviceable life, meeting the needs of both marine and vehicular traffic in the area.

Safety is a top priority for PSPC during this project, and the department thanks users for their patience.


Information

For inquiries related to the project, contact:
David Pochylko
Regional Manager, Professional and Technical Services, Real Property
289-251-6176

Media inquiries should be directed to:
Media Relations, Ontario Region, PSPC
416-512-5550
 

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Burlington Canal Lift Bridge - Overnight closures

Hamilton, Ontario, July 7, 2017 - Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC) wishes to advise all users of overnight closures on the Burlington Canal Lift Bridge from July 10 to 15, 2017, between 8 pm and 5 am.

The bridge is scheduled to be closed to vehicular and pedestrian traffic.

Please note that rush hour and marine traffic will not be affected.

This schedule may change because of weather conditions or logistical requirements. PSPC will publish notices regarding any schedule changes.

The closures are required as part of the project to replace the bridge's controls, drives and cables. The replacement of key components of the bridge's lift system will extend its serviceable life, meeting the needs of both marine and vehicular traffic in the area.

Safety is a top priority for PSPC during this project, and the department thanks users for their patience.

Information:
For inquiries related to the project, contact:
David Pochylko
Regional Manager, Professional and Technical Services, Real Property
289-251-6176

Media inquiries should be directed to:
Media Relations, Ontario Region, PSPC
416-512-5550
 
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