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Traffic restrictions in Hamilton tomorrow

The Remembrance Day Parade will cause traffic diversions, road closures and parking restrictions in the City of Hamilton tomorrow.

Various parking restrictions will be in place from 5am until the parade's conclusion around midday.

Meanwhile, portions of Front, Court and Burnaby Streets will be closed for two hours in the morning.

A Police spokesman advised of the following road diversions:

l Traffic travelling into the City of Hamilton on Front Street from the West will be diverted onto Queen Street;

l Traffic departing in an Easterly direction from Front Street will be diverted North onto Parliament Street;

l Traffic travelling into the City of Hamilton on East Broadway (Crow Lane) from the East will be advised to turn right at Spurling Hill or will be diverted North onto King Street.

Motorists should also avoid the following areas, as road closures will be in effect from 10am until 12pm:

l Front Street between the junctions of Queen and King Streets;

l Court Street between the junctions of Front and Reid Streets;

l Burnaby Street between the junctions of Reid and Front Streets.

The spokesman added that there will be no parking from 5am until the end of the parade in the following areas:

l Both sides of Front Street between Parliament and King Streets;

l Both sides of Court Street between Front and Reid Streets;

l Both sides of Parliament Street between Front and Reid Streets;

l The Cabinet grounds.

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Published November 10, 2011 at 4:00 pm (Updated November 10, 2011 at 4:48 pm)

Traffic restrictions in Hamilton tomorrow

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