The "Queens Arms" construction is wrapping up and the intersection (where Capital Drive, North River Road and Lower Malpeque Road meet) will open to traffic on Friday, October 6.
The final work taking place throughout Thursday and Friday includes curing of concrete sidewalks and curbing, laying the subbase in preparation for asphalt, and testing traffic lights. The top layer of asphalt and lane markings will be completed throughout the day Friday.
"We want to sincerely thank the public and businesses in the area for their patience and cooperation during this project," said Councillor Terry Bernard chair of Public Works and Urban Beautification committee. "We had some unexpected delays along the way but ultimately, given the complexity and magnitude of this project, we are pleased with how it went overall."
It’s anticipated that the intersection will open late evening on Friday, October 6.
For more information about the project, visit: www.charlottetown.ca
City of Charlottetown