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Building a Safer, More Reliable Transportation System

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Building a Safer, More Reliable Transportation System

Ministry of Transportation

The Ontario government is investing an additional $10 million for the Connecting Links program as part of Ontario's Action Plan: Responding to COVID-19. This funding will help build a safer and more reliable transportation system that will keep goods moving and better connect communities across the province. The projects will be located in the following nine municipalities.

Municipality

Highway

Project

Total Project Funding

Bancroft

62

Rehabilitation of Hastings Street North

 $   2,186,279

Chatham-Kent

40

Rehabilitation of Grand Avenue East (Community of Chatham)

 $   3,000,000

Fort Frances

11

Reconstruction of King's Highway

 $   1,936,849

Halton Hills

7

Reconstruction of Young Street/Queen Street (Acton)

 $   1,485,000

North Bay

63

Resurfacing and Reconstruction of Trout Lake Road

 $   3,000,000

Pembroke

41/148

Replacement of Traffic Control Signals and Pedestrian Crossing Devices along MacKay Street and Pembroke Street East

 $   1,318,765

Saugeen Shores

21

Intersection Improvements at Goderich Street and Ivings Drive

 $   442,991

Tillsonburg

3

Rehabilitation of Vienna Road

 $   1,729,760

Windsor

3

Reconstruction of Huron Church Road (College Avenue to Tecumseh Road)

 $   3,000,000


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