Alterations for new design at Par-la-Ville
The new barrier system at Par-la-Ville car park has resulted in changes at the facility’s entrance and exit, according to the City of Hamilton.
The arrangement has been made to accommodate what are now two exit lanes for traffic coming out of the parking lot.
After turning left at the top of Queen Street, the left or westbound lane now directs motorists to turn into the car park.
If you wish to drive west along Church Street and not use the lot, motorists must use the right lane once they turn left off Queen Street.
This new layout has been created to improve safety for the two lanes of traffic exiting the lot onto Church Street.
A spokeswoman said that the city wished to thank all for their patience and understanding.
Questions may be directed to Ian Hind, the senior engineer, on 279-5250 or the e-mail address firstname.lastname@example.org.
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