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LED streetlight conversion update – Districts’ 6, 7, 8, and 9

Friday, May 5, 2017 (Halifax, NS) – The municipality is advising residents that the streetlight conversion project that converts traditional streetlights into new energy efficient LED streetlights will continue next week in Districts’ 6, 7, 8, and 9.

Road users are advised that crews expect to be working on the following higher volume streets in these districts during the upcoming week:

  • Main Street (Dartmouth)
  • Wright Ave
  • Commodore Drive
  • Burnside Drive
  • Herring Cove Road
  • Purcells Cove Road
  • Bayers Road
  • Chebucto Road
  • Windsor Street
  • Connaught Ave
  • Oxford Street

Work on these streets will generally take place between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m., Monday to Friday. But some evening and weekend work may also be required. For short periods (less than an hour at a time), traffic signals on these streets may be set to flashing red or possibly turned off completely to accommodate the work. Motorists are reminded that when signals are flashing red in all four directions the intersection must be treated as a four-way stop. If any signals are turned off, traffic control personnel will be controlling the intersection.

The municipality thanks residents for their patience.

Source: Release

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