City begins fencing off Prince of Wales rail bridge
Ottawa Citizen

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By Jon Willing, Ottawa Citizen, September 20, 2016

The city is spending $46,000 on new fencing to block the ends of the Prince of Wales Bridge.

Workers were at the city-owned railway bridge Tuesday installing posts and rolling out the fences to keep pedestrians off the deck.

Carina Duclos, the city’s manager of municipal design and construction, said the city has installed “private property” signs and repaired existing fencing. The new fencing will block the Ottawa and Gatineau ends of the bridge, as well as the section at Lemieux Island.

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