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Royal University Hospital, Dubé Centre, Ellis Hall and Saskatoon Cancer Centre Patients, Clients and Families:

Please expect significant delays when driving to and leaving the parkade over the next number of weeks. Give yourself extra time to find parking. We apologize for the disruptions and inconvenience, and thank-you for your patience.

New Traffic Routes to Access Parkade

Starting the week of June 12, crews for the new maternal and children's hospital will be moving into Phase 2 of the electrical bank construction. This will result in a section of roadway going INTO the parkade closing, reducing incoming and exiting parkade traffic to single lanes. Vehicle/ambulance access to the emergency department will be maintained. This is to create an electrical duct bank for critical connections needed between RUH and JPCH. A further traffic re-routing will occur in a few weeks as crews move to the next section of work.

Temporary Closure of Parkade EXIT Gate

Closure for parakde exit gate located between Saskatoon Cancer Centre and Royal University Hospital via University of Saskatchewan campus

Starting the week of June 19, construction crews will need to work on other facility connections between the new maternal and children's hospital and RUH, resulting in the temporary closure of the parkade exit adjacent to the Saskatoon Cancer Centre. All vehicles will need to exit via the parkade helix, which has a height restriction of 2.0 metres. This work is anticipated to take at least six weeks.

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Last Modified: Monday, June 12, 2017 |
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