Updates on the Highway 401 Expansion Project from Mississauga to Milton, Highway 7 and Highway 15 Intersection Improvements, Highway 7 and Highway 15 Intersection Improvements, Concord GO Centre Transportation Master Plan, and Highways 69/400 and Highway 17 within Algoma, Sudbury and Parry Sound Districts.
Highway 401 Expansion Project from Mississauga to Milton
The Ministry of Transportation Ontario is working on an important stretch of the Highway 401. This involves widening and reconstructing approximately 18km of the Highway 401 in Western Greater Toronto Area, from eat of Credit River in Mississauga to west of Regional Road 25 in Milton. The expansion will involve adjustments to existing infrastructure to accommodate widening, including nine new replaced or widened bridges, five bridge rehabilitations, retaining wall rehabilitation and seven culvert replacements, extensions or rehabilitations.
Multiple Design and Construction Reports will be prepared to document sections of the design and construction of the Expansion Project. The Design and Construction Report is available for review until February 7th, 2020. OTA will be providing comments and gladly encourages carriers to provide their input as well. We ask you to cc us in on your comments as well.
If you do wish to submit comments on the DCR, please contact the Project Team.
Highway 7 and Highway 15 Intersection Improvements
The Ministry of Transportation (MTO) has retained WSP to undertake a Preliminary Design and Class Environmental Assessment Study for improvements to the intersection of Highway 7 and Highway 15 in the town of Carleton Place. A traffic analysis completed as part of the study identified future capacity issues at the Highway 7 and McNeely Avenue Intersection.
There will be a PIC and Secondary Plan Open House held as follows:
January 30, 2020
Carleton Place Arena – Upper Hall
75 Neelin Street Carleton Place, Ontario K7C 4H1
From: 4pm to 7pm
If you have any questions, comments or concerns, feel free to contact:
Mr. Paul Knowles, P.Eng.
Town of Carleton Place
175 Bridge Street
Carleton Place, Ontario K7C 2V8
Email: [email protected]
Notice of Draft Study Report Completion and 30-Day Public Review
Urbantech West consultant team has completed the Block Servicing Strategy for Block 3 lands. The Servicing Strategy describes how Block 3 lands can be serviced by taking in to consideration: stormwater management facilities, stormwater drainage, wastewater and water infrastructure, local road network, air drainage, traffic and natural heritage.
From January 16 to February 14 2020, comments are welcomed to be considered in the study process.
Electronic versions of the report available here.
Hard copies available for review at:
- Stoney Creek Municipal Service Centre – Library – 777 Highway 8, Stoney Creek
- City Hall – City Clerk’s Office – 1stFloor – 71 Main Street West
- City Hall – 6thFloor Front Desk – 71 Main Street West
Please direct all comments to:
Rob Merwin, P. Eng.
Project Manager – Urbantech West
Notice of Study Commencement & Public Information Centre #1
Concord GO Centre Transportation Master Plan and Schedule ‘C’ Environmental Assessment Study for a North-South Minor Collector Road from Rivermede Road to Highway 7
The City of Vaughan is initiating the Concord GO Centre Transportation Master Plan and Schedule ‘C’ Environmental Assessment Study for the North-South Minor Collector Road from Rivermede Road to Highway 7. The Study is being carried out under the Municipal Class Environmental Assessments.
There are two components to the Study:
- Transportation Master Plan
- Schedule ‘C’ Environmental Assessment Study for a North-South Minor Collector Road from Rivermede Road to Highway 7.
For ongoing updates and other information, please visit the project website at: www.vaughan.ca/ConcordGOCentre.
If you have any questions or wish to be added to the mailing list please email:
Mani Shahrokni, P.Eng., PMP
City of Vaughan Project Manager
Infrastructure Planning and Corporate Asset Management
2141 Major Mackenzie Drive
Vaughan, ON L6A 1T1
905-832-8585 ext. 8163
Replacement of Seven Daktronics Variable Message Signs (VMS) along Highways 69/400 and Highway 17 within Algoma, Sudbury and Parry Sound Districts
The Ministry of Transportation Ontario has retained WSP Canada Limited to undertake the Detail Design and Class Environmental Assessment Study for the replacement of seven Daktronics Variable Message Signs at various locations along Highway 69/400 and Highway 17.
The seven VMS are nearing the end and require replacement. Traffic staging during construction will be confirmed, however occasional single lane closures may be required as well. Construction will begin to start in late 2020.
If you require further information about the study, or wish to provide any input please contact:
Mrs. Ade Olusanya
Ontario Ministry of Transportation
447 McKeown Ave
North Bay, ON P1B 9S9