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Highway 207 Stop Signs to be removed, Heavy Vehicle restrictions will remain


The Public Safety Office of the Mohawk Council of Kahnawà:ke (MCK) wishes to advise the public that stop signs that had been installed at two locations on Highway 207 will be removed. The signs have been in place since 1, Seskéha/August of this year.

Additionally, the Heavy Vehicle Restriction on the 207 will continue indefinitely. This includes all truck traffic except those making local deliveries (with bill of lading/proof of delivery).  A request by JFK Quarry to the MCK for an additional 90-day extension on an exemption for their vehicles to use the 207 was not granted.

“The only part of Highway 207 that can be used by trucks is the approximately 1,450 meters from Highway 30 to the entrances at the Vespo facility and the JFK Quarry,” said Ratsénhaienhs Bobby Patton, who holds the Public Safety Portfolio. “As for the matter of the stop signs, they were installed for safety reasons during the summer months but were not as effective as had been hoped.”

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