NORTH RIVER, P.E.I. — For the protection of Maritime Electrics crews, the Trans-Canada Freeway, between the North River Bridge and the North River roundabout, might be closed on October 6.
Drivers can anticipate to see site visitors restrictions and rolling closures between 9 a.m. and a pair of p.m.
There could also be some restrictions to at least one lane of site visitors and there might be a complete closure of all 4 lanes two to 3 instances all through the day for as much as two minutes at a time.
The closures are required to permit Maritime Electrical crews to work on transmission strains within the space.
Motorists are additionally reminded to decelerate and obey extra site visitors management measures to permit crews to work safely.
Whereas crews work to clear roadways and restore infrastructure, pedestrians, cyclists and motorists are reminded to maintain a protected distance from any working crews, downed energy strains and areas the place giant particles could pose a security threat.