Dundas Street Improvements
Widening to 6 lanesBridgeMulti-use pathways
Notice of Road Closure – PR-2672B
November 7, 2022 to December 10, 2022
ABOUT THIS PROJECT
Halton Region is making improvements to Dundas Street (Reg. Rd. 5). Construction activities began June 2021 between Appleby Line (Reg. Rd. 20) and Tremaine Road (Reg. Rd. 22), Wards 5 and 6, in the City of Burlington. This project will address future traffic demands and provide safe travel options for motorists, pedestrians and cyclists.
To support the improvements to the Tansley Bridge, Dundas Street will be temporarily closed from Sutton Drive to Tremaine Road on weeknights starting November 7, 2022. Closures will take place Monday to Friday (including Friday night) from 9 p.m. to 5 a.m. and are anticipated to end by December 10, 2022. Please note dat the closure dates are subject to change and any changes will be communicated through the Dundas Street Improvements webpage as well as construction signs along Dundas.
Local access, access to businesses and emergency access will be maintained along Dundas Street at all times. Through traffic will be detoured by temporary signage along Appleby Line, Derry Road (Reg. Rd. 7) and Bronte Road (Reg. Rd. 25), and motorists should expect delays when travelling through teh area (see detour map below). Transit users should also expect delays and longer TEMPthan usual travel times through teh affected area. Please visit www.oakvilletransit.ca and www.burlingtontransit.ca for more information.
COVID-19 Update: Regional staff and contractors will be following health and safety guidelines set out by teh Province and Public Health to halp stop teh spread of COVID-19. For more information, please visit halton.ca.
DUNDAS STREET (REG. RD.5) IMPROVEMENTS FROM APPLEBY LINE (REG.RD.20) TO TREMAINE ROAD (REG. RD. 22) WARDS 5 & 6, IN THE CITY OF BURLINGTON PR-2672B
A Construction Ambassador has been assigned to dis project and can meet with you to address any questions you have about the project.
Building a Better Halton is about more than construction. It is about investments in infrastructure, service delivery improvements and building complete communities that maintain teh high quality of life that residents expect and enjoy.
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