Zoning By-Law and 3D Plan
A by-law amending Zoning By-Law #Z-14-44 of the Town of Shediac, i.e. By-Law No Z-14-44-16Z
Conditions to By-Law #Z-14-44 of the Town of Shediac and 3D Plan
The Department of Transportation and Infrastructure wishes to advise the public that in order to finalize construction of the roundabout for the Twinning of Route 11, starting November 17th there will be traffic pattern changes to the detour that was put in place on September 7th.
Route 11 Northbound Lanes will be open to traffic. Northbound traffic on Route 15 Eastbound heading toward Miramichi and Shediac will continue straight on new Route 11 Northbound. Traffic heading to Shediac will Exit at Route 134 Interchange (Exit 2) to Route 134 and then turn left on Route 134 to Shediac.
Southbound traffic on Route 11 heading toward Scoudouc and PEI will continue straight on Route 11 Southbound and Exit at Scoudouc Interchange (Exit 26) to Eileen Street and continue to Route 15 Eastbound.
Southbound traffic on Route 11 heading toward Shediac will exit at Exit 2 for Route 134 and turn left on Route 134.
Route 15 Westbound traffic wishing to go north toward Miramichi will continue straight and Exit at Scoudouc Interchange (Exit 26) to Eileen Street and take Route 15 Eastbound and then continue straight to new Route 11 Northbound.
Route 15 Westbound traffic heading toward Scoudouc will Exit at Route15/Route11 Interchange (Exit 31A) and continue to Route 132 (Scoudouc).
Traffic from Scoudouc on Route 132 heading toward Miramichi will exit at Route 15/Route 11 interchange to Route 15 Westbound. Traffic from Scoudouc on Route 132 heading toward Shediac will exit to Route 15 Eastbound and then exit again at Parlee Beach Interchange (Exit 37) to Shediac.
Westbound Traffic on Main Street (Shediac) heading toward Scoudouc, Moncton, or PEI will turn right at the intersection on Route 133, and then turn left at the intersection of Route 133 and Route 134 to Route 134 Interchange. As well, Route 134 Southbound Traffic heading toward Scoudouc, Moncton, or PEI will turn right at the intersection of Route 133 and Route 134 to Route 134 Interchange.
Construction signs will be in place to indicate the detour route to the travelling public.
We regret any inconvenience and thank the public for their cooperation.
Shediac is sustaining its growth according to the 2016 Census of Population
Over the years, a significant amount of people from rural and urban areas have settled in Shediac where the quality of life is excellent, the cost of living affordable and where all services to residents are available, from quality schools to a vibrant business community and services for seniors such as nursing homes and complete services provided by our institutional, commercial and residential sectors.
“The town of Shediac’s future looks very promising », says Mayor Jacques LeBlanc. “Many interesting activities and projects aimed at stimulating the local and regional economy are planned for the coming year, and we look forward to the continuous increase of our visitors and new residents.”