Wednesday, December 7, 2022

Tag: Ontario Ministry of Transportation

Ontario moving ahead with first-ever 2+1 highway in North America

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The Government of Ontario announced it has issued a request for proposals (RFP) for a 2+1 highway pilot on Highway 11 north of North...

Construction of Confederation GO Station in Hamilton begins

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The Government Ontario marked the start of construction on the Confederation GO station in Hamilton. "The new Confederation GO Station is part of Metrolinx’s GO...

Canada home to world’s first sound absorptive solar highway noise barrier

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Mitrex, a Toronto-based manufacturer of integrated photovoltaics, has released a photovoltaic noise barrier (PVNB), which offers a Noise Reduction Coefficient (NRC) rating of up...

Vaughan Chamber of Commerce gathers leaders for discussion of transportation infrastructure

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The Vaughan Chamber of Commerce convened industry and government leaders for a Transportation Forum to discuss long-term infrastructure investment across the Greater Golden Horseshoe...

Province releases plan to expand transportation network in Eastern Ontario

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The Ontario government has released Connecting the East: a draft transportation plan for eastern Ontario, which contains more than 50 near- and long-term actions, including highway...

Tunnelling starts on the Eglinton Crosstown West Extension

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The Ontario government announced tunnelling has officially started on the Eglinton Crosstown West Extension, marking a key milestone for the seven-stop extension that will...

Ontario awards contract to widen Highway 11/17 between Thunder Bay and...

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The Ontario government has awarded a contract to widen Highway 11/17 from two to four lanes between Thunder Bay and Nipigon, which also includes...

Ontario awards contract to build bridge for Bradford Bypass

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The Ontario government announced it has awarded a contract to design and build a bridge crossing for the Bradford Bypass, a new four-lane freeway,...

New Highway 427 extension moves transportation plan forward

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By Grant Cameron Four years ago, a small army of heavy equipment operators on backhoes and bulldozers began removing trees, shrubs, logs, fallen timber and...

Ontario invests $6M for winter roads in the Far North

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The Ontario government is investing $6 million to help 31 remote First Nation communities and the Town of Moosonee build and maintain 3,170 kilometres...