Traffic Signal Hanging at Fairbank Station

 
avril 3, 2017

What Work is Taking Place?

To make way for station construction, crews must relocate and hang the existing traffic signals at Dufferin Street and Eglinton Avenue West.  Traffic signal relocation will take place over five days, with curbside lane closures throughout the intersection.  Crews will install temporary traffic poles and signals at each corner of the intersection.  The temporary traffic signals and cables will be hung overhead, while the existing traffic poles are removed.  Following installation, the temporary signals will be tested, and once complete, the new temporary traffic signals will come into effect. 

Timing

  • Beginning as early as April 3rd for approximately one (1) week
  • Permitted hours are 7:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m.
  • The contractor may not always work during the permitted hours, but may do so at its discretion
  • This work may be rescheduled due to weather or unforeseen circumstances

What to Expect

  • Nearby residents may experience noise caused by a hydro-vacuum, trucks and other construction equipment
  • In addition to construction activity, residents can expect to see equipment and material storage within the designated work zones

Traffic and Pedestrian Details

  • Temporary curbside lane closures and turn restrictions will be in effect
  • A Paid Duty Officer will be on site to direct vehicular, pedestrian and vehicular traffic at the intersection
  • Motorists can expect delays and  intermittent traffic disruptions when traveling through the intersection
  • Pedestrian rerouting around closures on Eglinton Avenue West and Dufferin Street will be in effect