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Road closures affecting Halifax Citadel National Historic Site access
Visitors to the Halifax Citadel should be aware of construction around the Rainnie Drive entrance while the city of Halifax works on the Cogswell roundabout project. Regular updates will be provided as work progresses. Further information and closure maps are available at Halifax.ca.
Starting Monday, June 22, until approximately August 24, Ahern Street will close to traffic and Rainnie Drive will be converted to a one-way street between Cogswell and Gottingen. During the construction period there will be no entrance to the Halifax Citadel from these streets.
The entrance and exit on Sackville Street will remain open and accessible throughout the construction period.