Decommissioning Monitoring Wells between Oriole Parkway and Marmot Street -May 20, 2020 – June 4, 2020

 
mai 11, 2020

 

What Work is Taking Place?

Crews have begun decommissioning monitoring wells across the alignment. The wells served as part of the Geotechnical Instrumentation and Monitoring Program (GIMP). Crews will be decommissioning wells as far as west of Jane Street and Eglinton Avenue West and work their way as far east as Kennedy Road. The wells will be decommissioned in sections. Some wells will require temporary lane reductions in the area. When a lane reduction is required, one lane will remain open, and two-way traffic will be controlled by traffic control personnel and Paid Duty Officers.

 

Oriole Parkway to Marmot Street

As early as Wednesday May 20, crews will move into this area. Decommissioning each will take approximately two hours. Upon completion, crews will move onto the next well, beginning at Oriole Parkway working their way east towards Marmot Street. There is also a stretch of wells along Berwick Avenue and Yonge Street, south of Eglinton Avenue.

 

Hours of Work

As early as Wednesday May 20 until as early as Thursday June 4.

Decommissioning will begin as early 9:00am until 4:00pm.

Occasional night work may be required, beginning as early as 8:00pm until 7:00am. 

The contractor may not always work during the permitted hours but may do so at its discretion.

Work may be rescheduled due to weather conditions or unforeseen circumstances.

This work may be longer or shorter than expected.

 

What to Expect

Crews will be using a drill rig to decommission monitoring wells from the Eglinton Crosstown construction.

Occasional lane reductions may be required, depending on the location of the well. 

Eglinton Ave and adjacent streets will remain open. 

Property access will be maintained. 

Expect delays when travelling near work zones. 

 

Work Area Map

 

 

Traffic Details

Access to properties will be maintained.

All current construction staging for Crosstown work zones will remain in place. 

In addition to construction activity, residents can expect to see equipment and material storage within designated work zones.

Travel delays are expected with construction. Please allow extra time for your journey.

 

Travelling Smart During Construction

Travel delays are expected with Crosstown construction. Please allow extra time for your journey. Traffic will be extra heavy at peak periods during Crosstown construction. When possible, please travel during the off-peak period between 10:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m.

 

Stay Informed

Sign up for email updates at www.thecrosstown.ca/sign-up or download the aCrosstown traffic app to get real-time traffic and transit information for the Eglinton Corridor.

 

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