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A flurry of late-summer road projects are also underway.

New this week, the Vanier Parkway has lane reductions in both directions overnight and during off-peak hours from Presland Road to Donald Street until an unspecified date in early September for water main and sewer work, city hall said. Pedestrian detours are in place.

The Thomas A. Dolan Parkway between Carp and Stonecrest roads will be closed until the end of September to replace a culvert. Signed detours will be in place for motorists but cyclist and pedestrian access will be maintained.

Dunning Road between Innes and French Hill roads will have lane reductions in both directions until mid-September for guide rail repairs. Traffic controllers will be on site to direct motorists and cyclists. Pedestrian access will be maintained.

Limebank Road between River and Earl Armstrong roads will have lane reductions in both directions on weekdays until early September for road work. Traffic controllers direct motorists and cyclists and pedestrian access will be maintained.

Earl Armstrong Drive between High and Bowesville roads — where the future LRT will cross Earl Armstrong Drive — will have a single lane closure until early September on weekdays between 7 a.m. and 5 p.m. for water main work. Traffic controllers will be on site to direct motorists, pedestrians and cyclists.

Cyclists and pedestrians take note: a section of the Greenbelt Pathway West along Moodie Drive is closed between South Ring Road and Corkstown Road until Nov. 6 to raise the pathway and increase wetland storage capacity, the National Capital Commission said.

A section of the Ottawa River Pathway along Parliament Hill will be also be closed from the Cliff Heating and Cooling Plant parking lot to the Pit parking lot through Wednesday.