Getting round: new development, police education drivers as youngsters return to class

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In the meantime, Friday is the day when mother and father of youngsters in English public and Catholic faculties can discover out if their baby’s faculty bus route will probably be affected cancellations and re-designs to a “extreme” driver scarcity within the wake of COVID-19.

The Ottawa Pupil Transportation Authority has requested mother and father to test its parent portal on Friday to view the modifications, together with a listing of affected routes and faculties.

Friday additionally options just a few new development getting underway.

Eagleson Highway is closed between Fallowfield and Flewellyn roads from Friday at 7 p.m. till Monday at 6 a.m. to interchange a culvert. Native entry will probably be maintained and a signed detour will probably be in place for motorists, cyclists and pedestrians from Fallowfield Highway to Shea and Flewellyn roads.

There are lane reductions in each instructions on Carling Avenue on the Sir John A Macdonald Parkway from 10 p.m. Friday to 10 p.m. Sunday for brick repairs however pedestrians, cyclists and automobiles will nonetheless have the ability to get by way of.

Beginning Monday, Anderson Highway could have off-peak lane reductions close to Dolman Ridge Highway by way of Sept. 25 for information rail substitute. Site visitors controllers will probably be on website to direct motorists, pedestrians and cyclists and native entry will probably be maintained.

A weekend reminder: three Nationwide Capital Fee parkways are closed to automobiles on weekends till Sept. 27.

Queen Elizabeth Driveway is closed between Laurier and Fifth avenues from eight a.m. to four p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays. Motorists can cross Queen Elizabeth Driveway from the Pretoria Bridge to entry Pretoria Avenue. Entry for emergency automobiles and OC Transpo buses will probably be maintained.

The Sir John A. Macdonald Parkway can be closed between Carling Avenue and Sales space Avenue on weekends from eight a.m. to four p.m., as is the Sir George-Étienne Cartier Parkway between Aviation Parkway and St. Joseph Boulevard.