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Ontario Government Has Nominated 350 Rural and Northern and Public Transit Infrastructure Projects to the Federal Government

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Ontario Government Has Nominated 350 Rural and Northern and Public Transit Infrastructure Projects to the Federal Government

Ministry of Infrastructure

The Ontario Government is investing more than $480 million in rural and northern and public transit infrastructure projects under the Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program (ICIP). These projects will reduce congestion, improve commutes, connect neighbourhoods and businesses and people to jobs.

The following 350 projects have been forwarded to the federal government for final funding approval:

Note: Financials have been rounded.

Rural and Northern Infrastructure Stream

Municipality

Project Name

Project Description

Provincial Funding ($M)

Adjala-Tosorontio, Township of

Reconstruction of a Section of Concession Road 5 Including Replacement of Two Bridge Structures

Project is for the reconstruction and upgrading of approximately 600 m of Concession Road 5 north of 25 Sideroad. The work also includes replacement and enhancement of two bridge structures.

0.78

Admaston-Bromley, Township of

Reconstruction of Kennelly Road in Admaston/Bromley

Reconstruction of approximately 3 km of Kennelly Road from County Road 5 to South McNaughton Road.

0.37

Alberton, Township of

Replacement of the Kehl Bridge

Replacement of Kehl Bridge which crosses Kitchen Creek. The existing bridge will be replaced with a twin culvert bridge that is set, sloped and protected against erosion. Approximately 200 meters of bridge deck and approaches will be resurfaced to join seamlessly with Kehl Road.

0.19

Amaranth, Township of

Reconstruction of 20th Sideroad in Amaranth

Rehabilitation of approximately 8 km of the road base and asphalt surface, and the addition of cycling lanes.

0.66

Amherstburg, Town of

Reconstruction of Bridge 3012

This project will include the full replacement of Bridge 3012 over River Canard. Roadway approaches will also be rebuilt to suit the new bridge.

1.15

Animakee Wa Zhing 37

Upgrade of the Windigo Island Docking Infrastructure Accessibility

The project is for the design and construction of a steel pipe dock and includes the drilling of steel pipes into the bedrock, skirting, ramps and floating docks.

0.06

Arran-Elderslie, Municipality of

Replacement of Soper's Bridge

 Removal of existing single lane steel beam structure and replacement of a new two-lane wider concrete girder bridge with an increased span of approximately 10 m.

0.27

Ashfield-Colborne-Wawanosh, Township of

Replacement of the Birch Beach Road Bridge

Removal of the existing bridge and spillway crossing Griffins Creek on Birch Beach Road and its replacement with a wider culvert, potentially a precast/cast in place box culvert.

0.22

Asphodel-Norwood, Township of

Reconstruction of a Section of Centre Line Road

Project is for reconstruction of approximately 9 km of Centre Line Road from County Road 45 to Asphodel 3rd Line.

0.64

Atikameksheng Anishnawbek

Atikameksheng By-Pass Road Construction

The project will construct approximately 5 km of a new By-pass Ring Road through undisturbed rock and forest. The work includes the construction of an approximately 30-m span causeway to cross a wetland area.

0.9

Atikokan, Township of

Atikokan Resurfacing and Curbing Project

This project is for approximately 75,000 sq m of road resurfacing and approximately 3,000 linear m of concrete curbing.

1.67

Batchewana First Nations of Ojibways

Batchewana First Nation Road Reconstruction

The project will reconstruct approximately a combined total of 2.5 km of contiguous roads for Batchewana First Nation including intersection improvements and replacement of culverts.

0.44

Beausoliel First Nation

Upgrading of Roadways in Beausoleil First Nation

Project is for the upgrading of the approximately 17.2 km of roadway in Beausoleil First Nation. The work includes paving of the driving surface, sidewalks, and roadside ditching.

0.92

Belleville, City of

Bell Boulevard Widening

The project will reconstruct and widen approximately 1.5 km of Bell Boulevard from Sidney Street westerly. The work includes widening from two to four lanes, new signalized intersections and auxiliary/turning lanes.

1.67

Blandford-Blenheim, Township of

Reconstruction of Bridge 24 over the Nith River

Project is for the reconstruction of Bridge 24 on Township Road 12, west of Blenheim Road, and includes the replacement of the existing structure with a new concrete bridge.

1.31

Bluewater, Municipality of

Replacement of Bridge B35 - Airport Line, North of County Road #83

The project is for the replacement of the existing bridge with a 28.7-m span bridge, including raising the bridge to maintain vertical alignment, and 500 m of road reconstruction.

0.81

Bonnechere Valley, Township of

Rehabilitation of Fourth Chute Road in Bonnechere Valley

Partial depth reconstruction and widening of approximately 8 km of Fourth Chute Road. The work includes road widening, paving with asphalt and a gravel shoulder, and improving ditching.

0.59

Bracebridge, Town of

Replacement of Black Bridge

Removal of the existing Black Bridge structure and abutments, and the installation of a single lane bridge with newly constructed abutments.

0.85

Brant, County of

Reconstruction of a Section of King Edward Street

Project is for the reconstruction of approximately 1 km of King Edward Street between Falkland Road / Puttown Road and Bishopgate Road. The work includes: road widening to accommodate cycling and pedestrian facilities; addition of curbs and gutters; and the addition of roundabouts.

1.67

Brockton, Municipality of

Replacement of Bridge 0013

The project is for the Replacement of Bridge 0013 on Chepstow Road, just east of Side Road 5, and includes decommissioning and removal of existing bridge, reconstruction of the new bridge, roadway and sidewalk.

0.53

Brockville

William Street Overpass Rehabilitation

The project is for the repair and replacement of several components of the CNR bridge overpass on William Street in Brockville.

0.58

Brooke-Alvinston, Township of

Rehabilitation of Sections of Shiloh Line

Project is for the upgrading and/or rehabilitation of Shiloh Road.

1.03

Bruce Mines, Town of

Reconstruction of a Section of Highway 638 in Bruce Mines

Rehabilitation of approximately 1.1 km of Highway 638, from Highway 17 to Trunk Road. The work also includes replacement of a cross pipe / culvert near the Arthur Henderson Public School; creation of a new cycling / pedestrian lane; replacement and reshaping of the asphalt surface; and ditching of the entire section.

0.47

Bruce, County of

Rehabilitation/Reconstruction of Bruce County Road 6 East A

The project will rehabilitate/reconstruct approximately 9.3 km of Country Road 6 East A.

1.58

Brudenell Lyndoch & Raglan, Township of

Reconstruction of Riverbend Drive

Reconstruct approximately 500 m of Riverbend Drive including widening and repaving the road..

0.27

Burk's Falls, Village of

Rehabilitation of Yonge Street in Armour

The work includes rehabilitating approximately 762 m of roadway, approximately 1,067 m of sidewalk, and the widenening of the roadway.

0.61

Carleton Place, Town of

Replacement of Central Bridge

Reconstruction of Central Bridge.

1.67

Carling, Township of

Dillon Road Improvements

The project will reconstruct approximately 9.5 km of Dillon Road. The work includes improvement to sight lines, alignment, tree clearing and widening rock cuts and resurfacing.

1.17

Carlow-Mayo, Township of

Mayo Lake and Hartsmere Road Rehabilitation

Rehabilitation of approximately 4.1 km of Mayo Lake Road and approximately 3.2 km of Hartsmere Road.

0.73

Casey, Township of

Reconstruction of Development Road in Belle Vallee

Reconstruct approximately 8 km of the surface of Development Road in Belle Vallee, from Highway 65 east to the boundary of the Townships of Casey and Harley.

0.48

Central Frontenac, Township of

Reconstruction and Upgrade to Elizabeth Street

The project will reconstruct approximately 2 km of Elizabeth Street. The work includes resurfacing, road widening, sidewalks, replacement of culverts, curbs, gutter and ditching and improved parking.

1.06

Central Manitoulin, Municipality of

Replacement of the Union Road Bridge

Replacement of Union Road Bridge crossing Barr's Creek.

0.51

Chamberlain, Township of

Reconstruction of the Krugerdorf Bridge

The project is for the reconstruction of the Krugerdorf Bridge, including the removal and replacement of the existing bridge and abutments.

1.53

Chapple, Township of

Rehabilitation of Off Lake Road Culvert

The project is for the rehabilitation of the Off Lake Road Culvert, including the installation of a reinforced concrete slab, repairing the existing concrete for life extension, and installation of traffic barriers.

0.12

Chippewas of Nawash Unceded First Nation

Reconstruction of Nawash Unceded First Nation Roads and Culverts

The project will reconstruct approximately 2,000 sq. m of road with an additional estimated 400 sq. m of resurfacing of contiguous roads.

0.77

Chisholm, Township of

Alderdale Road Reconstruction

The project will reconstruct approximately 8.13 km of Alderdale Road. The work includes improvements to elevation, resurfacing, ditching, drainage and replacement of approximately 12 culverts.

0.88

Cockburn Island, Township of

Reconstruction of the Intersection of 12th and 15th Concessions

Reconstruct approximately 800 m of road at the intersection of the 12th and 15th Concessions including corner curves, drainage improvements and rehabilitate the road bed cross-section to current road standards. 

0.3

Coleman, Township of

Replacement of Larose Bridge

This project involves the removal of the existing Larose Bridge and replacement with a new 87.9-m, three-span structure with a sidewalk.

1.66

Collingwood

Reconstruction of Mountain Road

Project is for the reconstruction of an approximately 1.2-km section of Mountain Road between Tenth Line and Cambridge Street. The work also includes rebuilding the Mountain Road Bridge and construction of a new roundabout at the intersection of Mountain Road and Tenth Line.

1.67

Cornwall

Upgrades to a Section of Lemay Street

The project is comprised of the reconstruction and widening of about 700 m of Lemay Street (13th Street) from Aubin Avenue to east of Sydney Street. The work includes construction of a roundabout at the Lemay Street / Sydney Street / 13th Street / Reneal Street intersection.

1.00

Dawson, Township of

Colonization Road Culvert Replacement

The work includes installation of a temporary stream bypass, removal of old and replacement with new culvert, reinstatement of road embankment and roadway.

0.21

Drummond-North Elmsley, Township of

Rehabilitation of Tennyson Road

Rehabilitation of Tennyson Road, from Highway 7 approximately 5.5 km east to MacPhails Road. 

0.95

Dutton Dunwich, Municipality of

Ash Line Culvert Replacement and Resurfacing

This project is for the installation of a new culvert with an approximate 4.2 m - 6 m span as well as the reconstruction of approximately 800 m of road.

0.4

East Hawkesbury, Township of

Reconstruction of Grand Montee Road

Reconstruction of approximately 3.5 km of Grand Montee Road, from Concession Road 7 to south of the bridge between the Concession Road 5 and County Road 10 intersections.

0.65

Elgin County

Port Bruce Bridge Replacement

This project is for the removal of the temporary single span bridge and the full construction of a two lane, 77-m long span bridge. The new structure will include cycling lanes and sidewalks on each side.

1.67

Erin, Town of

Replacement of the 8th Line Bridge

The project is for the replacement of the 1.5 lane 8th Line Bridge with a new two-lane bridge, including guiderails.

0.37

Evanturel, Township of

Replacement of Kirbyson Road Culvert

Removal and excavation of the existing Kirbyson Road culvert and replacement with a culvert that is similar in size and dimensions. 

0.13

Faraday, Township of

Replacement of the Old Hastings Road Bridge

The project is for the replacement of the Old Hastings Road Bridge and includes complete replacement with a new two-lane structure.

0.34

Fort Frances, Town of

Reconstruction of Colonization Road West

The work includes the replacement of the asphalt and granular materials, concrete curb and gutters as well as the addition of a sidewalk on south side of road.

0.59

Georgian Bay, Township of

Reconstruction of Ogemawahj Road

Project is for the reconstruction of approximately 1.9 km of Ogemawahj Road between Twelve Mile Bay Road and Kings Bay Marina.

0.24

Georgian Bluffs, Township of

Reconstruction of Inglis Falls Road in Georgian Bluffs

Reconstruction of approximately 640 m of Inglis Falls Road in Georgian Bluffs.

1.48

Gore Bay, Town of

Rehabilitation of the Gore Bay-Manitoulin Airport

The project is for the rehabilitation of the Gore Bay-Manitoulin Airport, and includes the construction of a new air terminal building, construction of a helipad, expansion of the secondary runway, as well as upgrades to the field electrical centre, airfield lighting and emergency power systems.

1.42

Grand Valley, Town of 

Replacement of Bridge 11

This project involves the removal of the existing Bridge 11 structure and replacing it with a new precast structure. The work will also include approximately 95 m of road reconstruction and site restoration work.

0.32

Gravenhurst, Town of

Snider's Bay Bridge Replacement

Removal and replacement of the current Snider's Bay Bridge with two new culverts approximately 20 m in length.  Fill material will be added to stabilize side slopers. 

0.38

Grey, County of

Construction of a Roundabout at the Intersection of Grey County Roads 3 and 4

Project is for the full construction of a roundabout and approaches at the intersection of Grey County Road 3 and Grey County Road 4. The roundabout will include accessible pedestrian crossings, directional signage, illumination and cycling and pedestrian facilities.

0.61

Gull Bay First Nation

Gull Bay Roads Rehabilitation

The project will reconstruct a combined total of approximately 10 km of contiguous roads on reserve including improvements or relocation of the entrance to Highway 527.

0.61

Haliburton, County of

Hawk Lake Road Bridge Replacement

Replacement of Hawk Lake Road Bridge. The work includes removal of the old bridge, adding height to abutments and connecting roadways, adding a steel truss bridge, regrading and installing new steel beam guide rail.

0.75

Halton Hills, Town of

Improvements to Glen Lawson Road and Third Line

Project is for the upgrading of approximately 1. 5 km of Glen Lawson Road and Third Line (Churchill Road South).

0.62

Harley, Township of

Replacement of the Roy Bridge

The project is for the replacement of the Roy Bridge, including the removal of the existing bridge and the installation of a new structure.

2.08

Hastings Highlands, Municipality of

Rehabilitation of Hastings Highlands Local Road 62

Rehabilitation of approximately 4.7 km of Local Road 62, from Young Street to 200 m west of McAlpine Road..

0.64

Hiawatha First Nation

Paudash Street Reconstruction

The project will reconstruct Paudash Street between Cowe Street and Lakeshore Road.

0.88

Highlands East, Municipality of

Replacement of the South Wilberforce Bridge

The project is for the replacement of the existing single lane South Wilberforce Bridge with a two-lane bridge.

0.47

Hornepayne, Township of

Refurbishment of the Hornepayne Airport Runway and Terminal

The project is for the refurbishment of the Hornepayne Airport runway and terminal, including: resurfacing of the runway, apron and taxiway; replacement of runway lighting system; and technological upgrades to the terminal building.

1.62

Huntsville, Town of

Etwell Bridge Replacement

Replace Etwell Bridge from a single to double lane structure with bridge footings and retaining walls as well as safety improvements such as guiderails.

0.27

Huron East, Municipality of

Replacement of the Kinburn Line T13 Bridge

The project is for the replacement of Structure T13 on Kinburn Line, including the widening of the existing road approaches to fit the new, wider bridge.

0.85

Kapuskasing, Town of

Rehabilitation of Two Bridges on Kapuskasing River

The project is for the rehabilitation of two bridges on the Kapuskasing River, including repairs.

1.51

Kerns, Township of

Murphy's Bridge Replacement

Replacement of Murphy Bridge with a modular bridge superstructure.

0.16

Killarney, Municipality of

Rehabilitation and Realignment of Hartley Bay Road

Rehabilitation of approximately 14 km of Hartley Bay Road, replacement of three culverts, repairs to a bridge and realignment of an estimated 175 m section of the road.

0.76

Laird, Township of,

Lakeview Bridge Replacement

Project is to remove and replace existing five-span structure with clear span structure.

0.67

Larder Lake, Township of

Larder Lake Road Reconstruction

The project is for reconstruction of approximately 1.7 km of contiguous roads in Larder Lake including replacement of culverts. Any costs associated with water, sewer or stormwater are not eligible.

1.04

Leeds and Grenville, United Counties of

Expansion and upgrade of County Road 43 and rehabilitation of bridge across Kemptville Creek

The project will expand and upgrade approximately 1.15 km of County Road 43 to a four-lane roadway and rehabilitate the connecting bridge across the Kemptville Creek.

3.33

Madawaska Valley, Township of

Paugh Lake Road Rehabilitation

The project will rehabilitate approximately 11.7 km of Paugh Lake Road. The work includes replacement of culverts, ditching, guiderail, clearing of trees and brush, sidewalks and new road resurfacing.

1.04

Manitouwadge, Township of

Rehabilitation of the Manitouwadge Airport Runway

The Project is for the refurbishment of the Manitouwadge Airport runway, and includes the excavation, grading and paving of the runway, turn pad, apron and taxiway.

1.11

Markstay-Warren, Municipality of

Markstay Streets Revitalization

The project will rehabilitate approximately 5.5 km of contiguous streets within the Village of Markstay.

1.57

Mattawa, Town of

Reconstruction of Dorion Road Hill

The project is for the reconstruction of approximately 410 m of Dorion Road, southbound from Highway 17. The work includes: safety improvements and replacement of telephone poles and installation of street lights.

1.59

Mattawan, Municipality of

Replacement of Murphy Road Bridge

This project will remove the single lane T beam reinforced concrete structure crossing Antoine Creek on Murphy Road and will replace it with a single-lane 30-m span structure.

0.63

Meaford, Municipality of

Replacement of Structure 043

Replacement of Structure 043 over East Minniehill Creek (7th Line), including approach improvements.

0.49

Minden Hills, Township of

Replacement of the Sedgewick Bridge

The project is for the replacement of the Sedgewick Bridge, including new abutments, guide rails and approach.

0.38

Minto, Town of

Reconstruction of the Palmerston Brunswick Street North Culvert

The project is for the reconstruction of the Palmerston Brunswick Street North Culvert, including the removal of the existing structure and installation of a 5-m by 15-m-long open footing concrete box culvert, and upgrades to the adjoining road section.

0.29

Mississaugas of the New Credit First Nation

Bridge #13 Rehabilitation

Rehabilitation of Bridge #13 includes the use of the existing 13.7-m span substructure, incorporated into the full replacement of the existing superstructure, paving and waterproofing.

0.16

Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte

Reconstruction of a Section of York Road and Rehabilitation of the Mud Creek Bridge

The project is for the reconstruction of approximately 5 km of York Road from Shannonville Road to Norways Road. The work also comprises the rehabilitation of the Mud Creek Bridge.

0.92

Morris-Turnberry, Municipality of

Replacement of the Blind Bridge on Abraham Line

The project is for the replacement of the Blind Bridge on Abraham line, including widening of the road's approaches to accommodate the new bridge.

0.98

Nairn and Hyman Township

Reconstruction of Old Nairn Road

Project is for the widening and resurfacing of approximately 2 km of the existing Old Nairn Road. The work includes replacement of sub-standard culvers and landscape restoration on the road section.

1.16

Naotkamegwanning First Nation (Whitefish Bay)

Rehabilitation of the Access Road to Three First Nation Communities

Project is for the rehabilitation of the approximately 3.6-km access road between Highway 71 and the First Nation communities of Naotkamegwanning, Animakee Wa Zhing #37 and Northwest Angle #33.

0.2

Niagara Falls

Reconstruction of Sections of Drummond Road, Gallinger Street and Portage Road

Project is for the reconstruction of approximately 2.5 km of Drummond Road (Thorold Stone Road to Morrison Street), Gallinger Street and Portage Road (Elizabeth Street to Althea Street).

1.67

Nipissing First Nation

Roadway Construction between the Nipissing First Nation communities of Yellek and Duchesnay

The project will construct approximately 2.1 km of roadway including pedestrian walkways. The work includes construction of shoulders, ditching, culverts and pavement.

0.81

Norfolk County

Replacement of Big Creek Bridge on Long Point Causeway

The removal and replacement of Big Creek Bridge with a new approximately 34.1-m multi-span bridge with a cross-section that will be widened to contain two vehicular lanes and two paved shoulders.

1.67

North Algona Wilberforce, Township of

Rehabilitation of Letts Cemetery Road

Rehabilitation of approximately 3.9 km of Letts Cemetery Road, from Highway 41 to the Township boundary north of Bonnechere Valley Township.

0.34

North Bay, City of

Expansion and upgrade of McKeown Avenue

The project is for reconstruction and widening of approximately 950 m of McKeown Avenue to four lanes from Gormanville Road to Cartier Street.

1.67

North Frontenac, Township of

Reconstruction of Myers Cave Road and Harlowe Road

The project involves the reconstruction of approximately 5.3 km of Harlowe Road, from 0.33 km east of Highway 41 to Myers Cave Road, and approximately 3.7 km of Myers Cave Road, from Harlowe Road to Delyea Road.

0.53

North Glengarry, Township of

Creek Road Bridge Replacement

Replacement of Creek Road Bridge.  The work includes the removal and replacement of the old bridge with a wider two-lane bridge.

0.76

North Kawartha, Township of

Rehabilitation of Reids Road and Mt. Julian-Viamede Road in North Kawartha

The work includes pulverizing the existing roads, adding gravel to strengthen the road base, widening the road platform to accommodate cycling lanes, the realignment of the curves and brushing to address sightline deficiencies, repaving the road with asphalt, and widening of the road near the Mt. Julian Wharf on Stony Lake.

0.68

North Middlesex, Municipality of

Rehabilitation of the Beechwood Bridge

The project is for the rehabilitation of the Beechwood Bridge, and includes the installation of a new 20-m span.

0.77

Northeastern Manitoulin and the Islands, Town of

Green Bush Road Rehabilitation

The project will rehabilitate approximately 3.3 km of Green Bush Road including resurfacing, ditching, drainage and culvert replacement.

0.16

O'Connor, Township of

Replacement of Beaver Dam Creek Culverts and Installation of New Three Cable Rail System

Replacement of three culverts and installation of a new three cable rail system for approximately 65 m on each side of a widened road surface at Beaver Dam Creek.

0.04

Ojibways of the Pic River First Nations

Pic River Roads Rehabilitation

This project will rehabilitate and widen approximately 4 km of Access Road and 1.7 km of Pic River Road.

0.41

Pelham, Town of

Reconstruction of a Section of Pelham Street

Urbanization of an arterial road including full reconstruction of roadway, construction of new pedestrian sidewalks, implementation of cycling facilities and street lighting.

1.67

Pembroke

Reconstruction of a Section of Pembroke Street West

The project is for the reconstruction of approximately 3 km of Pembroke Street West from Christie Street West to the city limits.

1.3

Peterborough, County of

Improvement of the J.A. Gifford Causeway and Yankee Line.

The project is for the improvement of approximately 7 km of the roadway on the J.A. Gifford Causeway and westward on Yankee Line .

3.19

Pickle Lake, Township of

Pickle Lake Road Reconstruction

The project will reconstruct and widen Pickle Lake Road (turning into Patricia Avenue then Koval Road) all the way to the airport. A new road will be constructed to connect to Highway 599.

1.04

Plummer Additional, Township of

Realignment of Fifth Concession Road in Plummer-Additional

Improvement of approximately 4.9 km of Fifth Concession Road between Boundary Road and Highway 638 in Plummer-Additional.

0.41

Powassan, Municipality of

Maple Hill Road Reconstruction

The project will reconstruct approximately 2 km of Maple Hill Road. The work includes elevation of roadway, improvements to drainage, culverts, slopage and ditching.

0.49

Prescott and Russell, County of

Reconstruction of a culvert in St. Isidore

Replacement of an existing culvert on Highway 9 near Concession Road 17 in St. Isidore.

0.27

Puslinch, Township of

Upgrade of the Moyer's Bridge and Reconstruction of McLean Road

The Project is for the upgrade of Moyer's Bridge, including barrier installation, approach guide rail and possible structure replacement. It also includes the reconstruction of approximately 1.9 km of McLean Road/Concession 7, from County Road 34 to the McLean Road/Concession 7 intersection.

0.35

Quinte West

King Street Corridor Redevelopment Project

The project will reconstruct approximately 2.6 km of King Street, Division Street, Catherine Street and Dufferin Avenue.

1.67

Rainy River First Nation

Rainy River First Nation Culvert Replacement

This project is for the replacement of an approximate 36-m culvert including coupling.

0.05

Red Lake, Municipality of

Rehabilitation of Priority Roadways in the Municipality of Red Lake

Project is for the rehabilitation of approximately 4.4 km of roadway, including curbing, and approximately 500 m of sidewalks; and construction of approximately 2.3 km of new sidewalks, within the town site of Red Lake. Any costs associated with storm sewer work are ineligible.

1.63

Renfrew, Town of

Reconstruction of Ross Street and Arnprior Avenue

Reconstruction of approximately 300m of Arnprior Avenue, from Queen Street to Ross Street, and approximately 100 m of Ross Street, from Arnprior Avenue to Thompson Avenue.

0.22

Sarnia

Reconstruction of Plank Road

Project is for the reconstruction and widening of approximately 3 km of Plank Road between Indian Road South and Highway 40.

1.67

Saugeen Shores, Town of

McEwing Bridge Replacement

The current bridge will be removed and replaced with a 52.4-m bridge over Mill Road, including approximately 158 m of road replacement.

0.79

Serpent River First Nation

Serpent River First Nation Road Upgrades

The project will reconstruct contiguous roads on Serpent River First Nation Reserve. The work includes rutting, potholes, erosion control, adding shoulders, drainage and culverts.

0.11

Sheshegwaning First Nation

Improvements to Two Roads in Sheshagwaning First Nation

Project is for the realignment and upgrading of approximately 3.1 km of Shigniconing Road and Sheshegwaning Road, from the Sheshegwaning landfill site to the border with Zhiibaahaasing First Nation.

0.2

Six Nations Council

Construction of a Roundabout at the Intersection of Highway 54 and Chiefswood Road

Project is for the conversion of the intersection of Highway 54 and Chiefswood Road to a roundabout.

0.1

Smooth Rock Falls, Town of

Rehabilitation of Main Street, Dupont Street and Kelly Road

The project will rehabilitate Main Street, Dupont Street and Kelly Road. The work includes re-pavement, new curbs, gutters and sidewalks.

1.67

South Bruce, Municipality of

Reconstruction of a Bridge and Roadway on Adam Street in the Village of Mildmay

Removal of a bridge crossing Otter Creek on Adam Street in South Bruce, and construction of a new bridge.

0.51

Southwold, Township of

Second Line Bridge Replacement

This project involves the demolition, removal and disposal of the existing concrete bridge and the installation of a new rigid frame concrete culvert approximately 6.8 m in length.

0.21

Spanish, Town of 

Rehabilitation of Algoma Street/Colonization Road

The work includes sub-grade reinforcement, regrading, granular replacement and asphalt resurfacing, along with improvements to the sharp horizontal curve and rock removal to allow for ditching. Driveway and cross culverts will also be replaced.

0.39

St. Clair, Township of

Rehabilitation of the Holt Line Bridge over the Sydenham River

The project is for the rehabilitation of the Holt Line Bridge over Sydenham River.

0.4

Stone Mills, Township of

Reconstruction of Durham Street and Brock Street

The project involves the reconstruction of approximately 280 m of Durham Street, from County Road 27 to East Street, and approximately 240m of Brock Street, from Baldwin Street to Academy Street., and installation of curbs and sidewalks.

0.37

Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry, United Counties of

Rehabilitation of a Section of County Road 2 in Morrisburg

The project is for the rehabilitation of approximately 1,225 m of County Road 2 in Morrisburg, from about St. Lawrence Street east to about Allison Avenue. The work includes construction of a roundabout at the intersection of County Road 2 and County Road 31.

1.01

Tay Valley, Township of

Reconstruction of Christie Lake North Road

The project involves the reconstruction of approximately 2.7 km of Christie Lake North Shore Road, from Christie Lake Road to Christie Lane.

0.52

Tekummah, Township of

10th Sideroad and Concession 6 Road Rehabilitation

Rehabilitation of approximately 3 km of the road bed and surface of 10th Sideroad and Concession 6 in Tehkummah. The work includes increasing the elevation of the road and installation of guard rails and two new culverts at Blue Jay Creek.

0.98

Terrace Bay, Township of

Reconstruction of Mill Road

Project is for the reconstruction of the asphalt and other upgrades for an approximately 460-m section of Mill Road, north-west from Highway 17 to the AV Terrace Bay Pulp Mill.

0.5

The Municipality of Mississippi Mills

Replacement of the Levi Bridge

The project is for the replacement of the Levi Bridge, including new abutments for the support of a two-lane bridge, installation of railings and guide rails and approaches.

0.4

The Nation

Rehabilitation of Touchette Bridge

The project is for the rehabilitation of the Touchette Bridge, including replacement or rehabilitation of structural steel components.

0.86

Thessalon, Town of

Reconstruction of Lakeside Drive (Formerly Kings Highway 17B)

The project will reconstruct and widen approximately 1.2 km of Lakeside Drive.

0.94

Tillsonburg, Town of

Reconstruction of Concession Street West in Tillsonburg

The work includes reconstruction of the pavement structure, the conversion to an urban cross-section, new barrier curb and gutter, catch basins and sidewalks, the modification of roadway alignment, and the installation of a pedestrian crosswalk.

0.52

Trent Lakes, Municipality of

Reconstruction of Beaver Lake Road

Reconstruction of approximately 13 km of Beaver Lake Road.

0.61

Tudor and Cashel, Township of

Rehabilitation of Weslemkoon Lake Road - Phase 2

The project involves the rehabilitation of approximately 4.9 km of Weslemkoon Lake Road, from 1292 Weslemkoon Lake Road to 2376 Wesslemkoon Lake Road..

0.69

Tweed, Municipality of

Replacement of Boundary Bridge in Tweed

Replacement of Boundary Bridge on Hawkins Bay Road.

0.59

Tyendinaga, Township of

Construction of a Roundabout and Improving Approaches at the Intersection of Deseronto Road and Belleville Road in Tyendinaga

Construction of a roundabout and reconstruction of approximately 600 m of the four approach roads at the intersection of Deseronto Road and Belleville Road in Tyendinaga. The project is joint with the County of Lennox and Addington.

0.53

Walpole Island First Nation

Replacement of Tecumseth Road Culvert

The project is for the replacement of the 3.6-m Tecumseth Road Culvert

0.1

Warwick, Township of

Reconstruction of a Section of Victoria Street in the Town of Watford.

Project is for the upgrading of approximately 350 m of Victoria Street from Nauvoo Road to John Street in the Town of Watford.

0.34

Wasausking First Nation

Reconstruction o 16 km of Wawbawzee Road

The project will reconstruct approximately 16 km of Wawbawzee Road including road base, cross section, ditches, drainage and road surface improvements.

0.91

Wawa, Municipality of

Reconstruction of Roads Wawa School Zone

The project will reconstruct approximately 2.5 km of contiguous roads around the Wawa school zone.

1.52

Welland, City of

Construction of the Former Welland Canal Crossing

The project is for the construction of the Former Welland Canal Crossing, which is approximately 124 m long, including abutments.

1.67

West Elgin, Municipality of

Reconstruction of a Section of Blacks Road

Project is for the upgrading of approximately 4.7 km of Blacks Road between Highway 401 and Johnston Line, from gravel to asphalt surface. The work also incudes the replacement of a concrete box culvert and reconstruction of a concrete/steel girder bridge.

0.4

West Grey, Municipality of

Lantz Bridge Replacement

This bridge replacement project includes the following technical components; strip and stockpile soil, removal of the existing structure, dewatering and excavation and installation of foundations. Wooden girders and deck will be installed and approximately 40 m of approach will be widened to match the new bridge.

0.47

West Lincoln, Township of

Reconstruction of St. Ann's Road

Project is for the reconstruction of approximately 1.5 km of semi-urban roadway on St. Ann's Road between Twenty Mile Rd and Regional Rd Twenty. The work includes major rehabilitation of Bridge 46 (St. Ann's Bridge) over the Twenty Mile creek.

1.66

West Perth, Municipality of

Henry Street Reconstruction

Reconstruction of approximately 610 m of Henry Street. 

0.31

White River, Township of

Rehabilitation of Lyndale Road and Black's Trail

The project will rehabilitate approximately 2.3 km of Lyndale Road and approximately 900 m of Black's Trail.

0.52

Wilmot, Township of

Replacement of Structure 34/B-T9 over the Nith River

The project will include the replacement of the existing structure with a new concrete bridge with an approximate span length of 45 m.

1.18

Woolwich, Township of

Rehabilitation of the Glasgow Street South Bridge in Conestogo

The project is for the rehabilitation of the bridge crossing the Conestogo River on Glasgow Street South in Conestogo, to address deficiencies identified in the most recent Ontario Structure Inspection Manual - Inspection Form.

0.47

Zorra, Township of

Reconstruction of a Section of 31st Line

Project is for the reconstruction of approximately 6.5 km of 31st Line between Road 88 and Road 78.

0.4

Public Transit Infrastructure Stream 

Municipality

Project Name

Project Description

Provincial Funding ($M)

Bancroft

Purchase of new public transit vehicles

Purchase of one conventional transit replacement bus and two specialized transit replacement vehicles

0.07

Barrie

Conventional Fleet Replacement

Purchase 30 conventional transit replacement buses

7.80

Barrie

Specialized Fleet Replacement

Purchase of 21 specialized transit replacement buses, improving service reliability

1.56

Barrie

On-Street Infrastructure Improvements

Improvements to various transit infrastructure, including: 16 next bus displays, 16 heated shelters, 100 bike racks, 750 new bus stop signs, 135 shelters (of varying sizes), and concrete bus pads

0.91

Barrie

Allandale Mobility Hub - New Transit Terminal

New transit terminal, including a passenger waiting area, ticketing window, retail space and operator break room, with connections to GO and local/regional transit connectivity.

 3.30

Barrie

Downtown Connection Hub

Construct two lay-by lane bus stops with enhanced bus stop technology and infrastructure.

Bus stop will accommodate six buses at one time.

0.11

Belleville

North East Industrial Park Active Transportation and Transit Shelters (New)

Construct active transportation/pedestrian services.

17 new bus stops and eight new transit shelters, for the four main roads through North East Industrial Park.

1.10

Belleville

New Bus Purchase

Four new buses to serve an additional possible increased seated capacity of approximately 5,472 passengers per operating day. 

1.11

Bradford West Gwillimbury

Fleet Replacement and Expansion

Purchase two conventional transit replacement buses and one conventional transit expansion bus.

0.19

Brantford

Replacement of on-board equipment on conventional and specialized buses

Purchase and install 31 new fareboxes with smart card technology

0.68

Brantford

Fleet Replacement

Purchase of 13 conventional transit replacement buses and 8 specialized transit replacement buses

3.33

Brantford

Bus Pad and Shelter Replacement

Replace or refurbish approximately 50 bus pads and shelters to improve accessibility and standardize bus shelters to reduce maintenance costs.

0.27

Brantford

Transit Maintenance Facility Upgrades

Upgrade/replace two in-ground bus hoists.

Refurbish Bus Wash, including replacement of brushes, motors and pumps. 

Replace three existing fuel pumps at the Transit Centre including valves, plumbing, electrical and safety equipment.

Projects will reduce maintenance costs of repairing aging assets.

0.34

Brockville

Bus Replacements

Purchase five conventional transit replacement buses that will include automated stop announcements.

0.26

Chatham-Kent

Transit Information and Technology Upgrades

Purchase/install one On Demand software, one Payment Services software, and 25
security cameras.

Purchase/install alighting sensors on 14 buses.

Purchase/install four communication boards and five Smart Card kiosks to upgrade transit platform.

0.31

Chatham-Kent

Purchase of Public Transit Vehicles - Clean fuel and New Technology

Purchase:

o   Three small and two medium buses replacing current diesel-powered units with clean-air alternatives.

o   Five accessible vans with seating for two wheelchairs, and room for seven people to sit in the accessible van in addition to the wheelchairs.

0.61

Chatham-Kent

Transit Terminal and Bus Shelter Purchases and Rehabilitation

Purchase approximately six solar-powered bus shelters on inter-urban routes including kiosks and message boards.

Renovate bus terminal with AODA compliancy and have kiosk and message boards.

0.73

Cobourg

Fleet Replacement

Purchase two conventional transit buses and one specialized transit vehicle.

0.41

Collingwood

Transit Fleet Renewal and Replacement

Purchase six conventional transit replacement buses and two conventional transit expansion buses and the major refurbishment six conventional transit buses. 

1.58

Cornwall

Replacement Conventional and Para Transit Buses

Purchase 12 conventional transit replacement buses and 8 specialized transit replacement buses.

3.32

Cornwall

Passenger Counter

Purchase and install 15 passenger counters for conventional transit buses to increase ridership data accuracy.

0.03

Cornwall

Electronic Fareboxes

Purchase and install 26 electronic fareboxes for specialized transit and conventional transit buses.

0.43

Cornwall

Replacement Surveillance Cameras on Buses

Purchase and install 90 new cameras and 26 Network Video Recorders for installation on buses.

0.04

Cornwall

Bus Shelters and Bus Stop Accessibility

Purchase 10 bus shelters and upgrade 60 bus stops to make fully accessible for persons with disabilities or mobility issues.

0.09

Deseronto

Purchase of transit buses, 2 shelters and Security Technology

Purchase 2 conventional transit replacement vehicles, 1 conventional transit expansion vehicle, 2 bus shelters and security technology.

0.13

Elliot Lake

Transit Expansion and Improvements

Purchase 5 conventional transit expansion buses, installation of 25-50 bus shelters, and implementation of a tracking and reservation technology.

0.31

Fort Erie

Farebox Technology Integration

Purchase six replacement farebox systems and one expansion farebox system for all conventional transit and specialized transit vehicles.

0.13

Greenstone

Bus Replacement

Purchase a 14-seat accessible transit replacement

0.02

Guelph

Route Expansions - Increase Frequency to Route Network

Purchase 30 buses to increase frequency to transit network.

8.19

Guelph

Guelph Central Station Terminal Upgrades and Expansions

Construct a free-standing structure. Will include:

o   public waiting areas and washrooms;

o   private areas for staff, with lunch room, washrooms and areas for supervisors and other system support staff.

2.42

Guelph

Construction of a new Guelph Transit Facility at 110 Dunlop Street

Construct new transit facility for dispatching buses. Will include:

o   transit administration offices;

o   bus fleet storage; and

o   required infrastructure to accommodate charging stations for transition of the fleet to electrical buses.

15.76

Guelph

Bus Fleet Electrification

Conduct study/review of fleet electrification, replace 35 diesel powered transit buses with electric powered buses, and install initial charging infrastructure.

10.01

Guelph

Cycling network expansion and enhancements

Construct 13 km protected on-road cycling network.

1.55

Hanover

Specialized Transit Buses

Purchase 11 specialized transit replacement buses.

0.26

Huntsville

Ridership Growth Plan

Purchase two conventional transit expansion buses.

0.12

Kawartha Lakes

Transit Improvement and Expansion

Purchase:

o   five replacement buses;

o   seven bus-mounted bike racks;

o   and 6-8 bike corrals to improve connectivity with road and active transportation networks.

Expand bus route with new hub and stops.

Upgrade transit software and expand bus maintenance facility.

0.79

Kenora

Handi-Transit Bus Purchase and Facility Construction

New Bus Garage and purchase of one specialized transit expansion vehicle

0.10

Kingston

Long Range Battery Electric Conventional Transit Bus

Purchase one conventional transit expansion bus (electric) and required equipment.

0.49

Kingston

Enhanced Pedestrian-Cycling Pathway and Sidewalk Connections to Kingston Transit Bus Stops

Construction of 4.7 km of off-road trails, 8.6 km of sidewalks, installation of 16 pedestrian crossovers and 13 intersection pedestrian signals

3.24

Kingston

Transit Priority Project - King St W at Portsmouth Ave

Construction of 2 new bus stations, bus stop relocations, re-purpose travel lane into transit priority lane and add cycling improvements.

0.64

Kingston

Enhanced Pedestrian-Cycling Connections - East-West Corridor Project

Construction of 5.9 km of new multi-use path,
1.7 km of on new on-road cycling facility and
0.82 km of sidewalk to create a seamless pedestrian and cycling facility adjacent connecting to Kingston Transit Route 501/502

3.10

Kingston

Express Routes - Passenger Stations

Construction of 12 accessible transit passenger stations.

1.18

Kingston

Bus Purchases

Purchase six conventional transit buses.

1.56

Kingston

Transit Improvements

Re-construction of Montreal St at John Counter Blvd to support transit and active transportation, including an upgrade of four transit stops and shelters

3.00

Kingston

Transit Priority - Traffic Signal Optimization for Public Transit

Purchase and installation of transit priority technology on 80 buses, 175 traffic control signal locations and a central traffic control system.

1.27

LaSalle

Transit Bicycle Lockers

Purchase and install 10 bicycle lockers.

0.02

Leamington

Transit Bus Purchase

Purchase two, low-floor conventional transit buses.

0.21

London

East London Link

Reconstruct 6.3 km of road

Install transit stations

Widen Highbury Bridge, Highbury Avenue and Oxford Street

Install intelligent traffic signals

34.73

London

Wellington Gateway

Reconstruct 6.8 km of road, including road widening and installing intelligent traffic signals

Construction of park-and-ride facility near Highway 401

New transit stations and widening of the bridge over the Thames River

31.76

London

Downtown Loop

Road reconstruction

Improve streetscape

Install transit stations

Install intelligent traffic signals

9.40

London

Expansion Buses

Purchase and commission 31 expansion buses, which will be a mix of 40' and 60' diesel buses

 8.40

London

Intelligent Traffic Signals

Upgrade to a high-bandwidth intersection communication network

Upgrade traffic signal management system

Build a transportation management centre

 6.50

London

Adelaide Street Underpass Active Transportation Connections

Construct multi-use paths on both sides of the road in conjunction with a new railway underpass.

5.03

London

Oxford Street/ Wharncliffe Road Intersection Improvements

Major intersection improvements, including road widening

 2.93

London

Dundas Street Old East Village Streetscape Improvements

Add new urban design elements to improve the streetscape, including wider boulevards, more trees, active transportation amenities and improved street lighting

 2.34

London

Dundas Place Thames Valley Parkway Active Transportation Connection

Reconstruct a section of Dundas Street, including new urban streetscape elements and signage improvements

 1.33

London

Bus Stop Amenities

Purchase and install 60 bus shelters, which include solar-powered lighting and benches

Purchase and install 150 solar-powered lights at bus stops throughout the city

 0.37

Machin

Bus Storage Shelter

Construct one bus shelter to provide a safe and quality place for the Home Support Bus to be stored.

0.01

Marmora and Lake

Bus Purchase

Purchase one conventional transit replacement bus.

0.03

Midland

Town of Midland Ride Scheduling and Vehicle Tracking Solution

Purchase/install Global Positioning System software on transit vehicles.

0.04

Midland

Transit Vehicle Replacement

Purchase one conventional transit replacement vehicles and two specialized transit replacement vehicles.

0.24

Niagara Falls

Tennant T20 Heavy-Duty Industrial Scrubber

Replace ride-on sweeper with heavy-duty industrial scrubber.

0.03

Niagara Falls

Automotive Lift - 18,000 lbs (230")

Install automotive lift for servicing 14 vehicles, which have wheel bases shorter than the minimum of the current in-ground hoists.

0.01

Niagara Falls

In-Ground, Three-Post Hoist (Artic Buses)

Install hoist with 40,000-kg capacity for articulated bus applications, in-ground type, consisting of three hydraulic lifting devices.

0.16

Niagara Falls

Extension of Parking and Storage Facilities

Expand indoor parking facility and outdoor parking area, at current Transit facility.

1.28

Niagara Falls

Fuel System Upgrade

Replace ProFuel software system to allow for improved fluid tracking. 

Install equipment on 67 buses and support vehicles, to integrate with fuel system for automation.

0.07

Niagara Falls

Transmission Refurbishment of Six Conventional Transit Buses

Replacement of transmissions in six conventional transit buses.

This will improve reliability and extend the useful life of the buses.

0.02

Niagara Falls

Replacement of Six Conventional Transit Buses

Purchase of six conventional transit replacement buses.

This will reduce maintenance costs, increase safety, increase system performance and will include technology consistent with common standards used in other transit systems in Niagara Region. 

1.56

Niagara Falls

Transit Bus High-Definition (HD) Video Camera Systems

Installation of 36 HD video camera systems in conventional transit bus fleet.

This will improve security of transit bus operators, deter vandalism/crime and help substantiate or refute claims.

0.33

Niagara Falls

Video Surveillance Equipment

Installation of 10 cameras with Video Network Recorder at the Bus Terminal and the Morrison/Dorchester Transit Hub.

This will improve passenger and employee safety, deter vandalism/crime and help substantiate or refute claims.

0.02

Niagara Falls

Implementation of New Farebox System

Purchase a new farebox system and farebox hardware.

This includes 62 external smart card readers that will enable customers to pay with a mobile device or contactless payment cards (such as debit and credit cards).

This will help create system integration throughout the Niagara Region.

0.37

Niagara Falls

Radio/Voice Over Internet Protocol (VOIP) Update (Clever Computer Aided Dispatch/Automatic Vehicle Locator (CAD/AVL))

Installation of VOIP radio system to replace current open radio system on 67 vehicles.

This will improve operations and safety and align with technology that is deployed within Niagara Region.

0.29

Niagara Falls

Supervisors Vehicle Expansion

Purchase of one expansion supervisor vehicle.

This will increase supervisory coverage, improving response for operating concerns that can impact passenger and operator safety and equipment failure issues. 

0.03

Niagara Falls

Intermunicipal Layby Construction - Morrison St.

Planning, designing and construction of on-street layby facilities for regional and city transit busing.

This will address health and safety concerns around crowding and traffic conflict.

0.18

Niagara Falls

Bridge Street Multi-Modal Hub

Construction of multi-modal hub.

This will support interconnectivity of transit, pedestrian and parking with connections to the future GO Train terminal at Niagara Falls.

1.47

Niagara Falls

Refurbishment of Four Conventional Transit Buses

Major refurbishments of four conventional transit buses.

This will extend the useful life of the buses, reducing maintenance costs, emissions and improving service reliability.

0.22

Niagara Region

Technology Upgrades

Installation of VOIP radio system to replace an open radio system on 29 buses and install new camera system.

This will improve operations and safety and align with technology that is deployed within Niagara Region.

0.26

Niagara Region

Fare Payment Technology

Upgrade fare payment technology on all Niagara Region Transit vehicles to a standardized platform.

This will provide new payment methods for riders to pay with a mobile device or contactless payment card.

0.45

Niagara Region

Purchase of Two Buses

Purchase two conventional transit expansion buses to enhance regional transit service.   

0.55

North Bay

Transit Terminal Improvements

Re-design and construct public washrooms in Transit Terminal,

0.12

North Bay

Transit Terminal Rehabilitation

Rehabilitation of the Transit Terminal, including repair/replacement of flooring, weather canopies, lighting and heating, ventilation and air conditioning units.

0.09

North Bay

Bicycle Racks and Related Storage Areas

     Purchase and install 21        bicycle racks on buses

and 30 secure bicycle/personal storage areas.

0.05

North Bay

Transit On-Demand

Purchase an automatic real-time dispatching system to increase ridership and passenger satisfaction and reduce costs.

Marketing campaign to raise awareness.

0.09

North Bay

Facility Improvements to the Fleet Garage and Bus Barn

Purchase security cameras, tools and equipment for maintenance staff to work safely and effectively.

0.21

North Bay

New Bus Shelters, Concrete Pads and Digital Signage at Bus Stops

Purchase 12 bus shelters.

Rehabilitate eight existing shelters and 20 digital signs, to provide safe and accessible shelters to pedestrians.

0.15

North Bay

Purchase of Additional Trackless Unit

Purchase one snow plow and attachments to provide clean sidewalks for pedestrians accessing transit stops.

0.05

North Bay

Construction of Sidewalks

Construct new 4.2-km sidewalk to connect pedestrians to transit stops safely.

2.97

North Bay

Facility Rehabilitation to the Fleet Garage and Bus Barn

Install five insulated garage doors and central vacuum system for cleaner transit buses.

0.04

North Bay

Improvements to Specialized Transit Buses

Purchase and install on-board video cameras and an automatic vehicle location system on specialized transit fleet

0.04

Orangeville

Construction of New Transfer Terminal, New Bus and Routes

Relocate or construct new transfer terminal, which will include:

o   lay-by bus lane;

o   concrete platform; and

o   glass bus shelter 5x10 with bench.

Purchase of new nine-metre low-floor bus, and one specialized transit vehicle.

Additional bus routes to improve capacity and reliability.

0.70

Orillia

Replace Conventional and Specialized Buses

Purchase five conventional transit replacement buses and two specialized transit replacement buses to provide safe, reliable buses and reduce service disruptions.

1.36

Orillia

Installation of a smart pay system, security cameras and bike racks to existing and replacement transit buses.

Purchase and install a smart pay system, security cameras and bike racks on 12 conventional transit buses and one specialized transit bus, to improve payment flexibility, integration with inter-city transit (Simcoe County), providing safety and security for passenger and operators and improving service and access to the transit system.

0.19

Orillia

Design and construct a new transit terminal.

Construction of a new transit terminal to provide a safe and efficient multi modal centric hub, including inter city, and county transit, as well as active transportation, and available parking. 

3.70

Orillia

Purchase and install new transit shelters.

Purchase and install 30 transit shelters at various locations to provide safe and accessible transit shelters that provide shelter from the elements to transit riders.

0.23

Peterborough

Bus Expansion

     Purchase up to 15        conventional transit expansion buses.

2.65

Peterborough

Conventional Bus Refurbishment

Refurbishment of up to 8 conventional transit buses to extend their life, improve safety systems, and enhance customer amenities.

0.41

Peterborough

Specialized Van Expansion

Purchase two specialized transit expansion vans to facilitate expansion of new service.

0.12

Peterborough

Specialized Van Replacement

Purchase up to 4 specialized transit replacement buses to replace older vehicles in the fleet.

0.24

Peterborough

Conventional Bus Replacement

Purchase up to 6 conventional transit replacement buses.

1.32

Peterborough County

Peterborough County Caremobile

Purchase one specialized transit replacement vehicle to replace the current vehicle that is due for replacement in 2021.

0.02

Point Edward

Point Edward Multi-Purpose Path Expansion and Repair

Expand and Repair multi-purpose path that links transit routes and active transportation opportunities to residents and visitors.

0.07

Port Colborne

City of Port Colborne Nickel Beach Bike Lane Project

Construct new bike lane along Welland Street from Clearance Street to Lake Street.

Creation of one new bus stop and turn-around at Nickel Beach Entrance.

0.20

Port Hope

Specialized Transit Service Expansion and Accessibility improvements to existing stops

Purchase 10 new bus shelters and one green energy vehicle.

Upgrade concrete sidewalks to improve accessibility for users.

0.09

Quinte West

Service expansion for Quinte Access Transportation

Conduct feasibility study to purchase four conventional transit expansion buses, one specialized transit expansion vehicle, six on-board bike racks, and four bus shelters.

0.46

Quinte West

IT upgrades for Quinte Access Transportation

Purchase and install on-board surveillance system on 21 buses and Smart Card Technology (fare boxes) on 17 buses, and a Collision Avoidance System on six buses to increase safety of transit users and employees.

0.09

Sarnia

Transit Garage and Office Renovations

Upgrade transit garage and office including: roof, HVAC, garage doors, asphalt, electrical, office renovation, and windows.

0.88

Sarnia

Transit Maintenance Equipment Replacement and Upgrades

Replace transit maintenance and equipment including: fuel pumps and storage, bus-wash system and hoist.

0.36

Sarnia

Fleet Upgrades

Replace 30 fare boxes.

Install 34 hands-free radios to ensure safe and reliable service.

0.13

Sarnia

Fleet Replacement and Expansion

Purchase 20 replacement buses, four maintenance vehicles and two new buses to expand fleet.

3.33

Sarnia

Transit Stop Improvements

Install 100 new concrete bus stop pads and 20 new solar-powered transit shelters, to improve accessibility of transit stops and improve comfort.

0.42

Sarnia

Terminal Upgrades

Reconstruct three transit terminals to improve capacity and safety.

1.0

Sarnia

Active Transportation Projects

Construct active transportation projects including:

o   5 km multi-use trail;

o   3 km of infill sidewalk;

o   3 km of bike lane/paved shoulder;

o   seven pedestrian crossovers; and

o   three pedestrian traffic signals.

1.12

Sarnia

Accessibility Improvement Projects

Upgrade intersection sidewalk ramps within bus routes to be AODA compliant.

Replace 500m of sidewalks that are not accessible due to poor condition.

0.27

Sarnia

Process and Practice Improvements Through Standard Technology Implementation

Purchase software and hardware to implement large-scale integrated traffic communications network and enhance rider experience.

0.32

Sarnia

Transit Signal Priority and Accessibility

Upgrade 75 traffic signals and 25 transit vehicles to modernize transit signal system and enhance reliability of transit service.

1.39

Sault Ste Marie

Bus Purchases

Purchase 19 conventional transit replacement buses and three specialized transit replacement buses

3.06

Sault Ste Marie

Bus Technology Improvements

Purchase a farebox and automatic vehicle location system to replace the current system on 39 conventional transit buses.

0.50

Sault Ste Marie

Replacement of Bus Shelters

Purchase and install 25 replacement shelters, providing accessible, coverage for passengers waiting in various weather conditions, and will reduce maintenance costs. 

0.08

Sault Ste Marie 

Construction of a Northern Transfer Point

Construction of a Northern Transfer Point to improve the efficiency and capacity of the public transit system, reducing transfers and travel times. 

0.17

Sault Ste Marie 

Relocation of the Downtown Terminal

Construction of a new passenger terminal, to improve passenger safety and accessibility and will increase capacity for servicing existing routes and improve transit operations.   

0.67

Sault Ste. Marie

Replacement of Transit Supervisor Vehicles

Replace two transit supervisor vehicles to ensure safety of staff and passengers.

0.03

St. Catharines

Replacement of Vehicle Hoists

Replace six permanent hoists.

Purchase six portable hoists.

0.67

St. Catharines

Replacement of Service Vehicles

Replace 11 service vehicles, including one service truck, one supervisor vehicle, and nine shuttle vans to maintain safety and reliability of routes.

0.16

St. Catharines

Improvements to Bus Stops and Shelters

Reconstruction of 100 bus stops to improve accessibility and add amenities.

0.70

St. Catharines

Replacement of Conventional Buses

Purchase of 11 conventional transit replacement buses.

This will increase system performance and reduce maintenance costs.

2.94

St. Catharines

Technology Upgrade

Purchase and install cameras and radios on 89 vehicles.

This will improve safety on the transit system.

0.86

St. Catharines

Downtown Terminal Renovations

Renovation of downtown terminal.

This will improve accessibility, passenger amenities, way-finding and employee facilities.

0.19

St. Catharines

Facility Expansion

Expansion of maintenance and bus storage facility.

This will accommodate increased demands for vehicle maintenance, vehicle storage, additional staff and parking.

This will allow for the building to be a regional transit headquarters as transit operations in Niagara become fully integrated.

3.28

St. Catharines

Expansion of Conventional Bus Fleet

Purchase of 10 conventional transit buses.

This will increase capacity and add frequency of service.

2.97

St. Catharines

New Fare Payment Technology

Purchase and install fare payment technology.

This will allow customers to pay with mobile device or contactless payment card (ex debit and credit cards).

Purchase 89 farebox systems to improve the customer experience when paying fare.

1.33

St. Catharines

Replacement of Paratransit Vehicles

Purchase of four specialized transit replacement vehicles to improve accessibility, reliability and reduce maintenance costs.

0.41

St. Catharines

Rehabilitation of Hybrid Buses

Rehabilitation of four conventional transit vehicles to ensure reliability of fleet and service to passengers.

0.23

St Thomas 

Transit Technology, Fleet & Amenities Update

Procurement of 10 conventional transit replacement buses and four conventional transit expansion buses, and 40 signalized intersections equipped with Transit Priority.

1.85

Stratford 

Bus Expansion

Purchase one conventional transit expansion bus.

0.19

Stratford 

2019 Intelligent Transportation Systems Upgrade

Upgrade current GPS system to better communicate and track transit vehicles and improving accessibility.

0.07

Stratford 

Replacement of Conventional Bus

Purchase one conventional transit replacement bus.

0.19

Stratford 

On-Demand Pilot Project Software

Purchase Transit On- Demand Pilot Project Software

0.02

Stratford 

Fare Box System

Purchase transit fare box system which will enable us to better monitor ridership and service delivery, align with current technology and contributes to sustainable transit infrastructure.

0.06

Stratford 

Replacement Buses

Purchase two conventional transit replacement buses that will improve the quality of the mobility transit system.

0.38

Stratford 

Replacement of one Mobility Bus

Purchase one specialized transit replacement bus that will improve the quality of the mobility transit system.

0.03

Stratford 

Accessible Bus Stops with Shelters

Purchase and install 8 transit stops with shelters to improve the quality of our existing transit system and will ensure transit patrons have access to accessible stops that include shelter from the elements.

0.05

Stratford 

Replacement Buses

Purchase two conventional transit replacement buses that will improve the quality of the mobility transit system.

0.38

Stratford 

Replacement of one Mobility Bus

Purchase one specialized transit replacement bus that will improve the quality of the mobility transit system and will lessen municipal financial burdens to repair rolling stock.

0.03

Stratford 

Accessible Stops with Shelters

Purchase and install 8 transit stops with shelters to improve the quality of existing transit system and will ensure transit patrons have access to accessible stops that include shelters.

0.05

Greater Sudbury

Accelerated Bus Fleet Replacement Program

Purchase 53 buses, to reduce ongoing operating deficits of maintaining an older bus fleet.

11.47

Greater Sudbury

Implementation of Various Technological Improvements

Conduct review of City's Transit Technological requirements to improve rider experience and ease of access to services.

Implement various technological improvements.

1.66

Greater Sudbury

Traffic Signal Renewal and Transit Priority System

Replace 125 traffic signal cabinets, controllers and traffic signal priority field hardware.

Implement fibre optic-based communication network at 72 intersections.

Install traffic signal priority vehicle hardware for 59 transit vehicles.

2.20

Greater Sudbury

Greater Sudbury Transit - Major Mobility Hub Detailed Design and Construction

Plan, design and construct three Major Mobility Hubs (New Sudbury, Downtown, South End).

9.05

Greater Sudbury

Detailed design of BRT Corridors with Resulting infrastructure and Implementation

Plan/design three BRT corridors to reduce bus travel times, increase transit ridership and revenues, and improve operational efficiency.

8.73

Tecumseh

Construction of an off-road multi-purpose pathway to link to Tecumseh Transit System

Construction of a 2.4 m multi-purpose pathway   linking the Tecumseh Hamlet to the Tecumseh Transit Service.

0.21

Temiskaming Shores 

Transit Upgrades and Fleet Replacement

Purchase four conventional transit replacements with new electronic fare payment systems, and purchase and install six new bus shelters.

1.04

Thunder Bay 

Conventional Fleet/Specialized Fleet Replacement

Purchase 12 specialized transit replacement buses and four conventional transit replacement buses.

1.64

Thunder Bay 

Transit Facility Improvements

Upgrades to the maintenance and storage facility.

0.31

Thunder Bay 

Safety Equipment

Purchase and install bus driver shields on 48 conventional transit buses and install updated mobility securement devices.

0.35

Thunder Bay 

Mobility System Hardware

Purchase automatic vehicle locator hardware and cameras on 48 conventional transit buses
and 27 specialized transit buses.

0.16

Thunder Bay 

Electronic Fare Management

Purchase and install an automated Electronic Fare Management System for 48 conventional transit buses and hand-held readers for 25 specialized transit vehicles. 

0.87

Thunder Bay 

ITS/Software Improvement - New On Demand Mobility Management Software Modules

Purchase and implement on-demand mobility software system that will offer passengers an Internet based trip management and payment platform, improving connectivity with customers and expanding capabilities of first mile/last/mile options.

0.10

Thunder Bay 

Transit Bus Stop Improvements

Upgrade bus stops with 378 new hard surface pads and 40 new bus shelters.

0.64

Thunder Bay 

Specialized Fleet Expansion

Purchase two specialized transit expansion vehicles to meet growing demand in the community. 

0.13

Thunder Bay

Transit Hub Improvements

Construct one new transfer hub and improve infrastructure at four existing hubs to include better accessibility.

2.73

Thunder Bay

Vehicle Refurbishment

Refurbish nine conventional transit buses to decrease service interruptions due to mechanical failure.

0.36

Thunder Bay

Construction of New Pedestrian Crossovers

Construct 21 pedestrian crossovers to improve access to transit stops.

0.73

Thunder Bay

Construction of New Pedestrian Facilities

Construct 20 km of pedestrian facilities, either sidewalk or multi-use trail to improve access to transit stops.

2.33

Thunder Bay

Transit Fleet Service Equipment

Purchase two service vehicles and maintenance equipment, including one new life and monorail device.

Refurbish one vehicle hoist.

0.09

Timmins 

Purchase Replacement Bus

Purchase one conventional transit replacement bus,

0.23

Timmins

Transit signal priority

Provide interfacing technology components from traffic signals to bus schedules.

0.05

Timmins 

2 Live display panels to arrivals and departures

Purchase and installation of transit information technologies to provide live information from buses and provide better service to passengers.

0.01

Timmins 

Purchase new Low Floor Accessible Paratransit mobility buses

Purchase two specialized transit replacement buses.

0.12

Timmins 

Terminal renovations and improve customer accessibility

Transit terminal upgrades to improve the use of space and make bathrooms accessible and barrier-free.

0.46

Timmins 

Upgrade existing bus wash system

Purchase and install bus wash system to increase efficiency, reduce energy consumption and expand capabilities to the entire fleet.

0.08

Wasaga Beach 

Fleet Expansion, Replacements and Capital Improvements

Purchase six conventional transit replacement buses and two specialized transit expansion vehicles, and upgrades to 12 transit shelters.

0.55

Waterloo Region

Transit Priority Measure Identification and Implementation

Conduct study to evaluate transit priority measures along key corridors.

Design/implement up to 10 measures based on recommendations.

0.46

Waterloo Region

Conventional Vehicle Additions

Purchase of 15 buses to expand the fleet to meet service growth targets.

3.31

Waterloo Region

Ottawa Street Reconstruction

Reconstruction of 0.86 km of roadway and the addition of 1.72 km of bike lanes.

These will connect an ION Rapid transit station as well as multiple stops serviced by bus routes.

 0.16

Waterloo Region

Highway 7/8 Cycling and Pedestrian Bridge

Construction of a 260m2 pedestrian and cycling bridge to connect residential areas to transit systems.

250m of new sidewalks.

New cycling facility.

Pedestrian lighting.

 3.17

Waterloo Region

Lackner Blvd. Multi-Use Trail

Construction of multi-use trail for cyclists and pedestrians.

Will create connections between transit stops along Lackner Blvd.

0.25

Waterloo Region

Specialized Vehicle Replacements

Purchase of 19 specialized vehicles to replace ones at the end of their lifespan.

 1.19

Waterloo Region

Specialized Vehicle Additions

Purchase of two specialized vehicles to expand the fleet to meet growing demands for service

0.13

Waterloo Region

Conestoga College Transit Service Expansion

Purchase of six transit buses.

Installation of 9 bus shelters, canopies and other passenger amenities.

 2.82

Waterloo Region

Market Trail to Ion Light Rail Transit

Construction of a 1.7 km shared-use trail to connect major employment areas and tourist destination to ION Light Rail Transit.

 0.94

Waterloo Region

Iron Horse Trail Improvements

Construction of up to 5 km of new active transportation infrastructure links from Iron Horse Trail to light rail stations.

This includes road crossing improvements and wayfinding signage to/from transit and trail corridor.

 0.42

Waterloo Region

On Street Improvements

Upgrading up to 90 bus stops, including shelters, benches and concrete areas.

This will improve accessibility to stops, including improved pedestrian crossings to stops.

Will aid in bus movements.

 0.84

Waterloo Region

Grand River Northfield Bus Maintenance Facility

Construction of a 200-bus maintenance and storage facility.

Needed to increase size of fleet to meet growing demand in the region, including better connections to the light rail system.

 39.60

Waterloo Region

ITS for Transit

Purchase of technology, including fare system upgrades, solar powered displays, a fleet management system, vehicle health monitoring, improved dispatching software and performance monitoring software to increase efficiencies.

 0.71

Waterloo Region

University of Waterloo Transit Shelter Canopy

Construction of four heated shelters with a shelter area for 40 bikes.

Will include improved amenities and protection for passengers. 

 1.25

Waterloo Region

Implementation of Separated Bike Lane Pilot Project

Evaluate different separated cycling lane types for ease of use, costs and ease of maintenance

Construction of 9.5 km of separated bike lanes.

These will connect to several transit stations and enable easy transfer to transit for cyclists.

 0.54

Waterloo Region

Cycling Facility at Regional Rd. 24 at Highway 401

Construction of 1 km of cycling lanes on Hespeler Rd over the 401.

This will create a connection to transit service.

 0.79

Waterloo Region

Conventional Vehicle Replacements

Purchase of 15 conventional buses to replace vehicles at the end of their lifespan.

3.31

Welland

Construction of Transit Operations Facility

Construction of an operations facility to store 40 conventional and specialized buses and to allow for bus maintenance and training space.

This will help meet the needs of the expanding transportation network.

5.0

West Elgin

Transit Bus Purchase

Purchase one specialized transit replacement vehicle with new safety and security enhancements.

0.02

Windsor 

Road Rehabilitation - Grand Marais Road - Dougall Avenue to Dominion Boulevard

Create 1.1 km of watermain and asphalt pavement, 2.2 km of bike lanes, and 2.2 km of concrete sidewalks to improve connectivity to transit routes.

0.12

Windsor 

Construction of Dougall Avenue including Bike Lanes and Sidewalks

Construct 220 m of roadway to include new bike lanes and sidewalks to improve connectivity to transit routes.

0.04

Windsor 

Sidewalk Rehabilitation & Active Transportation Improvements

Construct 14.65 km of accessible sidewalks to enhance the connection between pedestrians and the transit network.

1.88

Windsor 

Pedestrian Crossovers

Installation of three pedestrian crossings to increase access to transit stops and improve safety on major roadways.

0.07

Windsor 

Replacement of existing rolling stock vehicles (16 buses) and purchase of new vehicles (3 buses) for expansion in system.

Purchase of 16 conventional transit replacement buses and three conventional transit expansion buses to improve operational efficiencies and to address system expansion. 

4.65

Windsor 

Design and Upgrading of Transit Terminals, New Pedestrian Bus Shelters and Customer Amenities

Purchase and installation of 100 bus shelters and bicycle facilities in terminals to promote the link with bike networks and bus routes and provide improved amenities for passengers. 

0.83

Windsor 

Cabana Corridor Improvements Phase 3 & 4 - Cabana Road West from Dougall Avenue to Rankin Avenue

Extension of 1.8 km of roads, creation 3.6 km of bike lanes, 3.48 km of sidewalks, pedestrian crossing signals, bus stop upgrades and transit signal system and lighting upgrades to allow for better access to transit.

0.78

Windsor

Transit Route Access Improvements

Construct 1.7 km of multi-use trail, 0.5 km of on-street bicycle lanes, 0.3 km of sidewalk, and two bridges of approximately 40-metre span, to improve the connectivity with existing active transportation systems.

0.66

Windsor

Implementation of Transit Windsor's Master Plan to Create and Support an Improved Overall Transit System (Phase I)

Implement new data collection tools, including new scheduling software, to improve quality and safety of existing and future transit system.

1.27

Woodstock

Service Expansion

Purchase two conventional transit buses and expansion of bus maintenance and storage facility to increase service to currently unserved areas. 

1.05

Woodstock

Bus Wash Building

Construction of an automatic wash building to clean buses.

0.54

In May 2019, the Province nominated five priority transit projects inside the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area to the federal government for funding under ICIP. The five projects nominated in the City of Toronto and York Region are:
  • Ontario Line project - 15.5 km Ontario Line will run 15.5 km from Ontario Science Center to Exhibition/Ontario Place, and include 15 stations (includes 6 interchange stations);

  • Scarborough Subway Extension (SSE) project - an extension of the existing Toronto Transit Commission's (TTC) Line 2, extending from Kennedy station in the east - with three stops at Lawrence East Station, Scarborough Town Centre Station and McCowan Station - and connecting to Sheppard Avenue East; 

  • Bloor-Yonge Capacity Improvement Project - a project to improve passenger safety and station capacity through the construction of an additional platform at Line 2 Yonge Station, modifications to the passenger platform at Line 1 Bloor Station, as well as the construction of a new electrical substation;

  • SmartTrack Stations Program - Construction of six new stations on the Stouffville, Lakeshore East, and Kitchener GO rail corridors; and

  • Yonge Subway Extension - an extension of the Line 1 subway 7.4 kilometres north from Finch Station to the Richmond Hill/Langstaff Gateway Urban Growth Centre at Highway 7 and including five stations. 

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