Construction starts on next phase of Oakville’s William Halton Parkway

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Published March 8, 2022 at 3:32 pm

Phase Two of the William Halton Parkway Project in Oakville has begun.

Halton Region said construction on creating a new east-west corridor from Bronte Rd. (Reg. Rd. 25) to Ninth Line (Reg. Rd. 13) in north Oakville will take place from March 2022 to Dec. 2023

Phase 2 construction (Third Line to Sixth Line) has been divided into two stages:

  • Stage 1 (Third Line to Neyagawa Boulevard): construction began March 2021 and is anticipated to be completed in 2024.
  • Stage 2 (this notice): the remaining portion of Phase 2 between Neyagawa Boulevard (Reg. Rd. 4) and Sixth Line, Ward 7, in the Town of Oakville will begin construction in February 2022 (see Map #2 below) and is anticipated to be completed in 2023.

Phase 1 of the construction from Sixth Line to Ninth Line is complete and is already open to the public.

The contractor for Phase 2 of the parkway is Pacific Paving Limited with project administration by Stantec Consulting Limited.

Improvements residents and motorists can look forward to include a new four lane roadway from Sixth Line to Neyagawa Boulevard and new on-road bike lanes, multi-use pathways and sidewalks.

Halton Region says wherever possible, mitigation plans will be put in place to minimize disruptions.

Residents can plan ahead for construction activity by reading the project related information below:

Driveway access: Direct access to your driveway may be restricted for short periods of time. We will provide advance notice of any planned restrictions.

Dust and mud: There may be increased levels of dust and mud near the work site. The contractor is required to manage these impacts.

Erosion and sediment controls: We will install erosion and sediment control measures for the duration of the project, including a tree protection fence with heavy-duty silt fabric around the perimeter of the project site.

Mail delivery: We do not anticipate any changes or delays to mail delivery. We will provide advance notice if there are any changes.

Night work: Night work may be required as part of this project. We will provide advance notice of any change in work hours.

Noise: You may experience noise as a result of Regional improvements. We will schedule work in accordance with local noise by-laws.

Precondition photos: In the coming weeks, a Halton Region representative will take photos of the project site before the project begins.

Property restoration: Final property restoration will be completed towards the end of the construction project (weather permitting): If your driveway will be impacted by this work, the contractor will inform you in advance of the driveway restoration work to allow the vehicles to be removed from the driveway or out of the garage as required. The section of your driveway that is impacted will be restored. If your lawn or landscaping has been impacted by this work, new sod will be placed. This work may be delayed, depending on weather, to improve chance of the sod surviving.

Traffic delays: The project may cause traffic delays, lane shifts or lane restrictions. We will make every effort to minimize any potential inconvenience. Emergency vehicle access will be maintained at all times.

Truck traffic: You will notice occasional increases in truck traffic around the ongoing improvements. Please be aware and use extra caution while driving.

Waste collection: Your garbage and recycling will continue to be picked up on your regular scheduled collection day. The contractor is responsible for moving your garbage and recycling to a location where our collection vehicles can pick them up. Please mark your house number on containers or bins to help with identification.

For more information, visit halton.ca

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