Spurling Hill Works

The City of Hamilton is advising the public of upcoming traffic disruptions at the Spurling Hill junction due to scheduled infrastructure works.

The City will be making significant traffic light upgrades at that location which will involve extensive channeling for electrical conduit, the reconfiguration of sidewalks and the installation of a new pedestrian crossing.

Works are tentatively scheduled to commence on the weekend of Saturday, May 4th and will continue for approximately five to six weeks. During that time, a comprehensive Traffic Management Plan will be in place to manage traffic flow in and out of the City and minimize disruption to motorists.

Work will pause from May 20th to 24th to facilitate the Bermuda Day celebrations and resume on Saturday May 25th.

The Cavendish Car Park will remain operational throughout the works. However, the City is advising commuters to avoid the junction if possible.

Temporary traffic lights will be installed at the work site to maintain control over traffic flow during the upgrade process and will be synchronized with existing traffic lights to minimize congestion and delays. Appropriate detour routes for motorists affected by lane closures will be clearly indicated with extensive signage and lane closures will be marked with traffic cones, barricades, and signage to guide motorists safely through the work zone.

To ensure the safety of pedestrians, designated pedestrian crossings and temporary walkways will be provided where necessary as well as temporary pedestrian signals to facilitate safe crossing during the upgrade process.

Traffic control personnel will be deployed to manage traffic flow and assist motorists and pedestrians through the work zone. Access for Emergency Vehicles will be maintained at all times during the project duration.

The City apologizes for any inconvenience cased as we seek to make these essential upgrades.

Traffic Notice - Spurling Hill v2
5 - Streets Schedule Time Closure Matrix (17April24)
1 - Traffic Plan Dwg - (17April24)