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BRACKLEY BEACH, P.E.I. — The P.E.I. Nationwide Park is getting a facelift as contractors will take away the asphalt from Robinsons Island Street, changing it with gravel for the brand new multi-use path starting on Oct. 16.
Throughout this time, heavy tools will relocate the asphalt to varied areas inside P.E.I. Nationwide Park, together with Effervescent Springs, Stanhope Lane, Stanhope Campground and Cavendish Campground.
Site visitors management will likely be in place at these areas, in addition to on the Brackley Seaside crosswalk.
Guests are suggested to train warning, respect all on-site signage, and comply with directions from the contractors.
Robinsons Island Street has been closed to automobile site visitors since post-tropical storm Fiona in September 2022 and endured injury and erosion from wave motion and storm surges over time.
The removing of the asphalt goals to stop it from being washed into adjoining waterways in future storms.
The work is anticipated to take roughly one month to finish.