Victoria Avenue Traffic Restrictions - Cornwall Street to Broad Street
Updated: April 22, 2020
Starting Sunday, April 19, drivers may want to consider alternate routes as work on the Victoria Avenue Infrastructure Improvement & Beautification Project begins. Work will be completed in phases throughout the construction season between Cornwall Street and Broad Street.
On Sunday, April 19 between 8:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. – Victoria Avenue between Rose Street and Broad Street will be restricted to one lane in both directions as crews will remove trees in poor health from the boulevard.
On Tuesday, April 21 and Wednesday, April 22 – eastbound traffic on Victoria Avenue will be restricted to one lane between Cornwall Street and Hamilton Street as the contractor completes survey work. Also, Scarth Street between 13th Avenue and Victoria Avenue will be a temporary two-way for April 21 only.
Beginning Monday, April 27 for five weeks – traffic on Victoria Avenue between Cornwall Street to Hamilton Street will restricted to one lane in each direction. In addition, Scarth Street between 13th Avenue and Victoria Avenue will be a temporary two-way.
Other important information residents should be aware of during this work:
- Sidewalks will be closed to pedestrians for safety in the construction zone.
- There will be no on-street parking on Victoria Avenue in the construction zone and limited parking on side streets as these may become temporary two-way streets.
- Each phase will require traffic lights, streetlights and parking meters to be removed, with the plan to reinstall them as quickly as possible to reduce impact.
The City is making every effort to plan and schedule work in the downtown to mitigate impacts to residents and businesses. Restrictions and closures will take place throughout the construction season for both traffic and pedestrians. Watch for signs and plan alternate routes using the Road Report.
The City of Regina thanks residents for their understanding and patience. Slow down and be safe. Workers and their families are relying on you.