On Tuesday, July 2, 2019, at 7 am, the National Capital Commission (NCC) will begin the first phase of work to rehabilitate the De l’Île Pathway to ensure a safe and stable pathway for all users.
The first phase of the project will focus on a section of the De l’Île Pathway between Saint Rédempteur Street and Isidore-Ostiguy Street. Construction work will be undertaken Monday to Friday, 7 am to 5 pm, until the end of July 2019.
The work is part of a four-phase $1-million investment project to rehabilitate the pathway. Full foundation and asphalt repairs and replacement, improvements to intersections and pathway access, and landscaping will ensure the viability and usability of the pathway for years to come.
The work area will be completely fenced. Full pedestrian and cycling detours will be in place for the duration of the project, to ensure that users have reliable and safe options for travelling in and through the area.
The National Capital Commission (NCC) urges pedestrians and cyclists to exercise caution, and to obey flag persons and signage at the site.
This project is part of the NCC’s major infrastructure projects made possible with the Government of Canada’s $55-million investment from the 2018 federal budget.