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Niagara Falls Transit detours buses off Queen Street
during ten weeks of construction, starting Feburary 16



Starting today, Tuesday, February 16, the City of Niagara Falls is starting a project to upgrade streetscape of the main business street of the city, Queen Street, between Victoria Avenue and River Road.

Niagara Falls Transit is detouring buses operating along the 1 Hospital; 2 Jubilee, 3 Westlane, 4 Jill, 5 Woodbine and 12 Thorold Stone routes during the work.

1 Hospital

For ten weeks, starting Tuesday, February 16, inbound buses operate along their regular route to Huron Street and Ontario Avenue, then detour:

northward along Ontario; and then
eastward along Park Street to River Road,
resuming their regular route northward along River.

Outbound buses operate along their regular route to Erie Avenue and Park Street, then detour:

westward along Park; and then
southward along Victoria Avenue to Valley Way,
resuming their regular route southwestward along Valley.

4 Jill
2 Jubilee

For ten weeks, starting Tuesday, February 16, inbound buses operate along their regular route to Victoria Avenue and Queen Street, then detour:

northward along Victoria; and then
eastward along Park Street to River Road,
resuming their regular route northward along River.

Outbound buses operate along their regular route to Erie Avenue and Park Street, then detour:

westward along Park; and then
southward along Victoria Avenue to Queen Street,
resuming their regular route southward along Victoria.

12 Thorold Stone

For ten weeks, starting Tuesday, February 16, inbound buses operate along their regular route to Victoria Avenue and Park Street, then detour:

eastward along Park Street;
northward into the Niagara Transportation Centre;
eastward along Bridge Street;
southward along Erie Avenue
eastward along Park Street to River Road,
resuming their regular route **northward
along River.

Outbound buses operate along their regular route to Erie Avenue and Park Street, then detour:

westward along Park to Victoria Avenue,
resuming their regular route northward along Victoria.

3 Westlane

For ten weeks, starting Tuesday, February 16, inbound buses operate along their regular route to Victoria Avenue and Queen Street, then detour:

northward along Victoria; and then
eastward along Park Street to River Road,
resuming their regular route northward along River.

Outbound buses operate along their regular route to Erie Avenue and Park Street, then detour:

westward along Park; and then
southward along Victoria Avenue to Queen Street,
resuming their regular route southward along Victoria.

5 Woodbine

Mondays to Saturdays for ten weeks, starting Tuesday, February 16, inbound buses operate along their regular route to Victoria Avenue and Queen Street, then detour:

northward along Victoria; and then
eastward along Park Street to River Road,
resuming their regular route northward along River.

Outbound buses operate along their regular route to Erie Avenue and Park Street, then detour:

westward along Park; and then
southward along Victoria Avenue to Queen Street,
resuming their regular route southward along Victoria.

Sundays and holidays for ten weeks, starting Sunday, February 22, inbound buses operate along their regular route to Huron Street and Ontario Avenue, then detour:

northward along Ontario; and then
eastward along Park Street to River Road,
resuming their regular route northward along River.

Outbound buses operate along their regular route to Erie Avenue and Park Street, then detour:

westward along Park; and then
southward along Victoria Avenue to Queen Street,
resuming their regular route southward along Victoria.

The Government of Canada and the Province of Ontario are using Infrastructure Stimulus Funds to each invest as much as $889,903 to rebuild Queen Street. The City of Niagara Falls is funding the rest of the cost of the project.

This project involves a wide range of infrastructure improvements to the city’s downtown area, including redesigning part of Queen Street, altering traffic lanes and otherwise improving its intersection with River Road. Contractors will replace the pedestrian walkway along Queen Street with a solid concrete walkway and add coloured banding along the curb, remove some of the street parking to make way for widened pedestrian walkways and replace streetlight poles and lamps. Underground infrastructure improvements include relocating a hydro pole, improving drainage, replacing an old cast-iron water main and improving the roadway at Queen Street and Erie Avenue.