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Last updated July 8, 2021 at 2:11 PM

Here's the place for the latest updates on City operations, closures, schedule changes and more!

City Programs

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City Services

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Facilities

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Facilities/Field Closures

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Parking Bans

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Parks and Trails

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Solid Waste Changes

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Sports Fields and Courts

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Transit Changes

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53 - Quispamsis Comex Service Change

Effective July 5, 2021, the COMEX (Route 52) will run two routes per day, in the early morning and evening, Monday to Friday. As a result, Route 53 will no longer operate.

Traffic Advisories

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Traffic Advisory - Ramp Closure – Gilbert Street Viaduct (Crown Street Underpass)

Service Disruption

On behalf of Gateway Operations 

Gateway Operations wishes to advise the public that beginning Monday, April 26, 2021, the eastbound on-ramp from the Gilbert Street Viaduct (commonly referred to as the Crown Street Underpass) to Route 1 will be closed for approximately ten (10) weeks.

Detour signage will be in place to direct traffic.

We apologize for any inconvenience.

Travel Advisory: Harbour Bridge

Service Disruption

On behalf of The Department of Transportation and Infrastructure

The Department of Transportation and Infrastructure advises the travelling public in Saint John that both eastbound and westbound lanes on the Harbour Bridge, from the Market Place underpass to Exit 122 – Saint John centre, will be reduced to one lane each from June 7 through October 15. In addition, Exit 121 to Chesley Drive will not be available to eastbound traffic. Significant delays are expected, and the travelling public is encouraged to reduce speed, drive safely, and to check NB511 for updates. The department appreciates the public’s patience as this work takes place as part of the Phase 1 rehabilitation of the Harbour Bridge. A message from the Government of New Brunswick.

Traffic Advisory – Lane Restrictions – Exit 112 Underpass (Lorneville exit)

Service Disruption

On behalf of Gateway Operations

Gateway Operations wishes to advise the public that beginning Monday, June 28th, motorists should expect lane restrictions on the Lorneville underpass structure at Exit 112. Traffic will be reduced to a single lane in both directions until approximately October 31, 2021. We apologize for any inconvenience.