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E.B. Provencher at Des Meurons to be closed for work on railway crossing project

Posted: 09/3/2014 9:24 AM | Comments: 0

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A busy St. Boniface thoroughfare will be shut down for maintenance this weekend.

Eastbound Provencher Boulevard at Des Meurons Street will be completely closed to traffic starting on Friday, Sept. 5 at 7 p.m. for work on the CN Railway crossing construction project.

The route is expected to re-open on Monday, Sept. 8 at 6 a.m.

The city is asking motorists to allow for additional travel time and use alternate routes to in the area.

For Winnipeg Transit re-route and schedule information, visit the transit website (winnipegtransit.com) or contact 311.

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