City of Winnipeg Regional Street Lane Closure Request Form

    City of Winnipeg Regional Street Lane Closure Request Form

    PLEASE READ! IMPORTANT INFORMATION! MINIMUM 3 BUSINESS DAYS' NOTICE IS REQUIRED. NON-EMERGENCY SHORT NOTICE REQUESTS ARE SUBJECT TO DENIAL.

    A minimum of 3 business days’ notice is required for Regional Street Lane Closures; however, more complex projects such as full or directional closures, median crossovers and Designated Construction Zones require 2 weeks’ notice. Unapproved closures will be subject to Stop Work Orders and/or Fines. Your request will be reviewed and a representative from the Traffic Management Branch will be in contact within 3 business days.
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    IMPORTANT INFORMATION! PLEASE READ!

    Please be advised that no work is permitted on a Regional Street until permission is given by the Traffic Management Branch of the City of Winnipeg. Your request will be reviewed and a representative from the Traffic Management Branch will be in contact within 3 business days. In general, 3 business days’ notice is required; however, more complex projects such as full or directional closures, median crossovers and Designated Construction Zones require 2 weeks’ notice. Please use the Regional Lane Closure Request Form for any future closure requests or to notify us to any changes to the approved closure(s). A copy of the Regional Street Map can be found here: http://winnipeg.ca/publicworks/trafficControl/pdf/regionalStreetNetwork-MAP.pdf Please adhere to the City’s City of Winnipeg Manual of Temporary Traffic Control for the proper signage requirements. http://www.winnipeg.ca/publicworks/trafficControl/pdf/Manual_of_Temp_Traffic_Control_2015_Rev1.pdf
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