Traffic Delays Expected This Week in Sudbury
RELEASE FROM THE CITY OF GREATER SUDBURY
Traffic Delays Expected on Notre Dame Avenue
The City of Greater Sudbury continues to advance the modernization of the traffic signal system. The next phase of the project requires field equipment to be replaced at each set of traffic signals. The next 10 intersections have been scheduled to be upgraded throughout the week of Monday, March 13 to Friday, March 17 from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day. Greater Sudbury Police Services will be providing traffic control, but motorists should expect delays in the follow areas:
- March 13: Notre Dame Avenue at the Taxation Centre, and Cambrian Heights
- March 14: Notre Dame Avenue at Wilma and King Streets
- March 15: Notre Dame Avenue at Kathleen and Leslie Streets
- March 16: Notre Dame Avenue at Ste Anne Road and Elm Street
- March 17: Paris Street at Cedar and Larch Streets
Sudbury Bridge of Nations Traffic BottleneckPrep work on the Paris Street Bridge of Nations begins Monday ahead of repairs that will start April 3. Traffic will be one lane in each direction for the duration starting on the east side of the bridge with all traffic routed to the west. Work is expected to be completed by the end of October.
Greater Sudbury Looking to Up Its Court GameGreater Sudbury has $4.3 million to spend to revitalize 14 outdoor tennis and basketball courts over the next four years. The money comes from federal Canada Infrastructure Program. The City is holding public consultations beginning April 4. Meeting locations are listed on the Pure Country website.
Significant Snowfall Possible In Sudbury This Weekend; Weather Statement IssuedSignificant snowfall possible Saturday into Saturday night.
Busted: Stunt Driver Caught Travelling Almost 3 Times The Speed Limit In SudburyThis driver was caught at 167 km/h in a posted 60 km/h zone and charged with speeding & stunt driving, resulting in a 30-day driver’s licence suspension & 14-day vehicle impoundment.
Busted: 2 Catalytic Converter Thieves Caught In The ActOn March 17, 2023, shortly after 8:00 a.m., members from the East Algoma Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) responded to a theft of catalytic converters from two local businesses on Highway 17 in the Village of Spragge. A suspicious black car and a person walking along the Highway were seen in the area.
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City Seeking Feedback on Winter Sidewalk MaintenanceNow's your chance to give your opinion on winter sidewalk maintenance
Sudbury Police Safely Apprehend Person in Crisis On Drummond AvenueDue to the potential of violence and the presence of weapons, members of Patrol Operations set up containment of the residence as the individual was alone inside the home.
25 Year-Old Charged After More Than Doubling The Speed Limit On RR55 In SudburyPolice continue to remind you to slow down & drive safe!