22nd Street closed overnight to install permanent pavement markings
City crews will be installing permanent pavement markings on 22nd Street between 3rd and 5th avenues overnight tonight (July 30). Work is expected to take one night to complete.
Permanent Pavement Marking can last between 7 and 10 years, and have been used on roadways throughout Saskatoon for a number of years. This year over 8,000 metres of durable pavement markings will be placed on roadways around the City including sections of Idylwyld Drive, 22nd Street, Confederation Drive, Circle Drive and Circle Drive ramps at Taylor Street and Warman Road.
Advanced warning signs, flashing arrow boards, and vehicle beacons will be activated around this work zone, warning motorists of the upcoming roadwork. Motorists are reminded to reduce speeds in work zones and proceed with caution.
For more details on construction projects, refer to the Road Restrictions and Construction Projects interactive map. Daily detour updates can be found at saskatoon.ca/servicealerts or by following @YXEServiceAlert on Twitter.