Milton drivers can expect delays with partial Bronte Street road closure later this month

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Published August 11, 2021 at 8:15 pm


Milton drivers should be prepared for some minor inconvenience and delays this month as Bronte Street North undergoes construction.

Bronte Street North, from south of Victoria Street to north of Victoria Street, will be closed from Aug. 23 at midnight to Aug. 27 at 11:59 p.m.

Local residents and busi­nesses will receive notices of timing of all closures.

Traffic will be detoured via Main Street West, Tremaine Road and Steeles Avenue. There will be no through access through the closure and access to local businesses will be from north or south of the closure.

The Town of Milton is reconstructing and widening Bronte Street North from Main Street to Steeles Avenue and Main Street West from Scott Boulevard to Bronte Street.

Work on the widening of the street began in late July. Main Street construction is expected to be completed in November while Bronte Street construction is expected to be completed in fall 2023.

Project details include:

  • Road widening to of Bronte Street to three lanes
  • Urbanization of Bronte Street (remove ditches, replace with curbs and gutters)
  • Replacement of the 16 Mile Creek bridge structure
  • Replacement of the watermain from south of CP Rail to Steeles Avenue
  • Replacement and upgrade of the at-grade rail crossing with CP Rail
  • Realignment of Bronte Street south of the CP Rail crossing
  • Addition of north side pathway along Main Street West
  • Addition of right turn lane from eastbound Main Street to southbound Bronte Street
  • New traffic Signal installation at Main Street West and Whitmer Street and traffic signal modifications at Main Street and Bronte Street
  • Bike lanes and multi-use pathways/sidewalks
  • Significant utility relocations including Milton Hydro

Water services may be disrupted during the course of the project. Halton Region will provide at least 48 hours advance notice of any scheduled shutdowns or disruptions.

Road closures can be found on the Town’s interactive map at

Construction timelines are dependent on many factors, including weather.

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