Getting round: Alexandra Bridge closures to vehicles; OC Transpo provides weekend buses to summer season points of interest


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One other reminder for OC Transpo riders: the service will cease handing out free disposable masks Friday.

The transit service made masks obligatory for many riders in its stations and autos beginning June 15.

Riders who can’t buy their very own masks can name 311 or e-mail town’s Human Wants Job Drive at HNTF@ottawa.ca to learn how to get one.

On the Quebec aspect, passengers not sporting face masks is not going to be permitted on Société de transport de l’Outaouais (STO) buses, as of Monday. Drivers have been instructed to not allow maskless passengers to board.

On the development entrance, there’s one other closure on Ramsayville Street at Freeway 417 for crews to erect a metal body throughout the roadway as a part of the development of a brand new freeway bridge.

The closure is from eight p.m. Thursday to five a.m. Friday.

There are additionally new lane reductions this week on the westbound Freeway 174 between Blair and Montreal roads for building of the Stage 2 LRT east extension. They’ll be in place till Aug. 7.

Additionally new this week, one lane of the Airport Parkway will probably be closed in every course between the eastbound and westbound Heron Street ramps till the tip of the summer season to rehabilitate the Confederation Heights Bridge.

Barnsdale Street is closed between Greenbank and Viewbank roads till Nov. 13 for water most important building.

Fourth Line Street is closed between Century and Brophy roads till Aug. 7 for culvert repairs.

An eastbound lane of Laurier Avenue is closed between Metcalfe and Elgin streets till Oct. four so crews can rebuild hydro manholes.