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Harbour Passage reopens to public


Harbour Passage is open to pedestrian traffic for the winter, and will close again this spring when construction work resumes on the Harbour Bridge.

In addition, ongoing work under the bridge during the winter months may temporary close the walking trail during the day. The public will be notified of any temporary closures.

While the walking trail will be open and safe for pedestrian traffic during the winter months, some repairs will need to be carried out to Harbour Passage when the bridge work is completed next fall. Work under the bridge has resulted in some damage to overhead lights and landscaping.  Concreate USL, the contractor doing the bridge work, will do the repairs.

City of Saint John Parks and Landscape crews will maintain the passage through the winter months, and a closure of Harbour Passage is expected this spring when construction on the Harbour Bridge resumes. The Main Street Bike Lane will be open when Harbour Passage is closed next year.

For more information, visit saintjohn.ca or call 506-658-2908.