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Lane closures on Burnside Drive, Highway 102 to the Airport

Get ready for some delays in Burnside, and ongoing delays going out to the airport.

Lane closures will take place until Aug. 7 on Burnside Drive, between Commodore Drive and the Highway 111 interchange, to allow for repaving.

Two lanes of traffic will remain open into Burnside during the morning rush hour and two lanes will be available leaving Burnside during the afternoon rush hour.

Drivers should exercise caution and patience in the work area.

Repaving of the northbound lanes of Highway 102 may cause delays for drivers approaching the Robert L. Stanfield International Airport from Halifax.

Work is taking place from south of Exit 5A (Aerotech Park) to Exit 6 (airport). Two of the three northbound lanes on Highway 102 will remain open during peak hours but traffic may be reduced to one lane from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Access to the airport via Bell Boulevard will be maintained at all times.

All three lanes will remain open during the July long weekend from 3 p.m. Wednesday June 30 until 6 a.m. Monday July 5. The project is scheduled for completion at the end of July.

Drivers heading to the airport should travel with care and give themselves extra time during the construction period.

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