Roadworks


Please click on the sections below to see if there is road work taking place in your neighbourhood.

  • Ewen Avenue

    Project Task

    Location

    Duration

    Impact

    GeoWest Engineering will conducting geotechnical and environmental investigations, including utility locating and drilling. 920 Ewen Avenue at Carter Street Wednesday, July 3 from 8:00 am - 12:00 pm Minor pedestrian and traffic disruptions

    The City of New Westminster Electrical Department, BC Hydro and Telus is planning to undertake infrastructure upgrades along Ewen Avenue resulting in scheduled power and service outages. Affected customers will be notified by telephone, email, and door hangers.

    Ewen Ave (Boundary to Hampton) TBA Road open to public use.  Potential on-street parking impacts.

    For more information, please visit www.newwestcity.ca/ewenavenue

  • Project Task

    Location

    Duration

    Impact

    Watermain Replacement Fourth Street between Columbia St. and Agnes St. September 9, 2019 -December 2019

    Local traffic only. 
    Driveway and street parking will be impacted. 

     

  • No current updates.
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    Project Task

    Location

    Duration

    Impact

    Paving Braid Street between E. Columbia & Rousseau Sept. 21: 7:00 am - 7:00 pm
    Sept. 27, 7:00 pm - Sept. 28, 7:00 pm
    Single-lane traffic in each direction along Braid Street.
    Side streets abutting Braid St. will have limited access to and from Braid.
    Please obey all traffic control personnel. 
    Water Main Replacement Alberta Street between Richmond and E. Columbia

    August 26 - October 30

    Driveway access and street parking will be impacted. 


    Other major projects in the area include the redevelopment of Royal Columbia Hospital (RCH). News and updates from this project, including road closure information, can be found here.

  • 2019 Capital Paving Program

    Repaving First Street

    Location:

    1st Street – Sixth Avenue to Vancouver Street

    Duration: September 23rd to September 27th

    Hours:  Weekdays 7:00am to 5:00pm and Saturdays 9:00am to 6:00pm(if necessary)

    Impact:

    • Local traffic only
    • One lane of traffic to be maintained at all times
    • Sidewalk will not be affected
    • TCPs will assist pedestrians when crosswalks are closed

  • No updates at this time. 

  • No current updates.

  • 2019 Capital Paving Program

    Repaving right eastbound lane and curb repair.

    Location:

    10th Ave – 1st Street to Mcbride Blvd

    Duration: September 20th to September 21st

    Hours:  Weekdays 9:00am to 3:00pm and Saturdays 9:00am to 6:00pm

    Impact:

    • One lane of traffic to be maintained at all times
    • TCPs will assist pedestrians if sidewalks are closed
  • Project Task

    Location

    Duration

    Impact

    Watermain Replacement Seventh Avenue between Eighth St. & Sixth St. June 24 - August 30

    Driveway access and street parking will be impacted. 

    The bike lane on the north side of Seventh Ave. will be closed for the duration of the project.

    Sewer Separation Edinburgh St. and Dublin St. between 10th St. and 12th St. September 16 - November 2019 Driveway access and street parking will be impacted.
    NWSS Underground Utility Work Parking lot between Moody Park Arena and Massey Theatre July 11 - October 30, 2019 No parking between the arena and theatre. Alternate parking is available behind the facilities. 

     

  • No updates at this time.

  • Connaught Heights Traffic Calming

    Installing concrete curb bulges, concrete sidewalks, roadway lighting and relocating catch basins

    Location:

    8th Avenue at 21st Street and 22nd Street

    Duration: August 19th 2019 to September 30th 2019

    Hours:  Weekdays 7:00am to 5:00pm and Saturdays 9:00am to 6:00pm

    Impact:

    • 8th avenue resident access will be maintained by providing one way traffic to flow westbound from 22nd Street to 23rd Street
    • One lane of traffic to be maintained at all times
    • Works done at the intersections will be single lane traffic
    • TCPs will assist pedestrians when sidewalk or crosswalks are closed