GLENORA, Ont. — The province is spending $5.7 million on rebuilding of and improvements to the Glenora ferry crossing on Highway 33 in Prince Edward County.
Work includes reconstructing the one-kilometre eastern approach to the ferry terminal from Lake-on-the-Mountain Road (County Road 7), rebuilding the ferry dock and replacing the cable-operated ramp. In addition, a lane will be added at the terminal for vehicles waiting to board the ferry.
Highway 33 is an alternate route between Kingston and Trenton. Ferry service at Glenora will not be affected by the reconstruction, and two lanes of traffic will remain open. Work is expected to start this fall and be complete by the spring of 2004.
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