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  • Northern Ontario Drivers Get Studded Tire Extension

    Drivers who live in northern Ontario can now put on studded tires earlier and keep them on longer, providing motorists with more options to stay safe during severe or extended winter weather.

  • Improvements Begin on Highway 427

    Ontario is widening a seven-kilometre stretch of Highway 427 from Campus Road-Fasken Drive to Steeles Avenue to improve traffic flow and safety in the Greater Toronto Area, while creating or sustaining 830 construction jobs. 

  • Construction Begins on Waterloo Rapid Transit

    Ontario is helping to break ground on the construction of 36 kilometres of rapid transit that will link Kitchener, Waterloo, and Cambridge and connect commuters to full-day, two-way GO Train service between the Region of Waterloo and the Greater Toronto Area.

  • New Highway Interchange Improving Access to London

    Ontario is building a new interchange at Highway 401 and Wonderland Road that will make it easier and faster for families and businesses to get in and out of London while supporting 180 construction jobs.

  • Share the Road -- Same Rules, Same Rights

    As more cyclists take to the road during the summer months, the Ontario government is urging drivers and cyclists to share the road and travel safely.

  • Province Moving Forward With High Speed Rail Plans

    Ontario is moving forward with plans for a high speed rail line that would connect London, Kitchener-Waterloo and Toronto to improve travel options, reduce travel times and support economic development. 

  • Making Progress on the Eglinton Crosstown

    Ontario is making progress on the Eglinton Crosstown LRT -- the province's largest public transit construction project in more than half a century -- to help ease congestion and create thousands of jobs. 

  • Moving Forward On Highway 407 East

    Ontario is making progress on the final phase of construction for Highway 407 East to create jobs and support economic growth and development.

  • Province Moving Forward With Rapid Transit in Waterloo Region

    Ontario has taken the next step to improve transit for commuters in the Region of Waterloo by finalizing its commitment to provide up to $300 million for a new rapid transit line that will connect Kitchener, Waterloo and Cambridge.

  • Better GO Transit Service for GTHA Commuters

    Ontario is continuing to improve public transit by adding more GO Train and bus trips to make commuting easier in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area (GTHA).

  • Improving Road Safety In Ontario

    Ontario is introducing legislation today to help reduce collisions, injuries and fatalities on the province's roads and highways and keep them among the safest in North America.

  • More GO Train Service On the Way for Hamilton

    Ontario's transit agency, Metrolinx, has awarded a contract to build the new GO station in Hamilton to make it easier for commuters to take public transit.

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