Hurontario LRT

Temporary Road Closure Notice – Eaglewood Boulevard at Hurontario Street

By Hurontario LRT, Resources, Ward 1




Please be advised that Eaglewood Boulevard will be temporarily closed at Hurontario Street for the purpose of installing water and sewer services.  This work is required to accommodate the construction of the Hurontario Light Rail Transit (HuLRT) line. 


The closure will start on Monday June 21 at 8:00 am and is anticipated to be completed and Eaglewood Boulevard being re-opened to traffic by Friday June 25th at 5:00 pm. A detour route will be provided to assist motorists in navigating around the closure. The attached notice was hand delivered to residents and businesses in the area last week.


When:  Eaglewood Boulevard will be closed on June 21st at 8:00 am until June 25th, 2021 at 5:00pm.


Where:  Eaglewood Boulevard at Hurontario Street.


Why: For the purpose of installation of wet utilities.

Eaglewood Closure June 2021

New Traffic Configuration and Temporary Road Closure of Eaglewood Boulevard at Hurontario Street

By Hurontario LRT, Resources, Ward 1

What work is taking place?
As part of Hurontario Light Rail Transit Project, watermain, sewer and telecommunication infrastructure installation works will be starting on the east side of Hurontario Street at High Street, moving north to Queen Elizabeth Way (QEW). Crews will be working extended overnight hours for two days in early June to paint traffic lines, install construction signs, align traffic signal heads with the intersections and install temporary bus platforms. Upon completion, traffic configuration will be updated to one northbound traffic lane and one southbound traffic lane, with turning lanes where available until Fall 2022 when the roadway will return to two northbound and southbound lanes.

Starting in late June, vehicular traffic will be restricted at the entrance of Eaglewood Boulevard and Hurontario Street. The road will be closed for approximately one week to safely complete watermain installations and may be closed again at a future date to safely complete telecommunications infrastructure. Advanced notice of future closures will be provided to the impacted community once dates have been scheduled for any additional works. Road closure and detour signs will be posted to keep residents and businesses informed of this closure. Residential driveways will not be impacted during this work. Side entrances for the plaza and gas station that face Eaglewood Boulevard will be closed during this work, pedestrian access will be maintained.

• Overnight work is scheduled for two nights in early June, with work hours from at 7 p.m. to 7 a.m.
• Eaglewood Boulevard closure will last for approximately one week in late June.
• Watermain work hours are from 6 a.m. and 10 p.m., Monday to Saturday. However, night works may be scheduled as required.
• Work could be rescheduled and delayed due to weather conditions or unforeseen circumstances.

• Long term lane reductions will be required on Hurontario Street between High Street to the Queen Elizabeth Way.
• Traffic detour signs will be posted in the area during the road closure.
• Watch for slow moving vehicles entering and exiting work areas.
• Remember to reduce your speed when approaching construction.

• Every effort will be made to minimize disruptions.
• Access to properties will always be maintained through at least one driveway or with the assistance of a Traffic Control Person.
• Those near the work site can expect to hear noise caused by trucks, excavators, backhoes, and other construction equipment related to this work.

• Due to lane reductions along Hurontario Street, delays can be expected on MiWay routes 2, 8 and 53.
• Watch for additional signs directing passengers at bus stops as boarding areas may be relocated.

• Please take care when walking or cycling near construction areas and watch for additional signs directing the public such as detours and dismounting.
• Clear and defined walking paths will be maintained during construction to ensure pedestrian safety.

• In 2017, Mississauga City Council approved general exemptions to the Noise Control By-law and selected roadway closures, at the discretion of the Commissioner of Transportation and Works for the duration of Hurontario LRT construction.

• Please ensure any personal belongings, such as signs, benches and underground sprinklers on city-owned land have been relocated prior to the beginning of construction.

Construction Season Begins in Mississauga to Keep Residents and Businesses Safe

By Events, Hurontario LRT, Issues, Resources, Ward 1

April 22, 2021

Mississauga residents and commuters to the city can expect to see the City of Mississauga’s budget dollars hard at work as the City moves forward with its 2021 construction season and an investment of more than $76 million into Mississauga’s transportation and stormwater infrastructure. Construction projects within the City’s Roads and Stormwater Capital Programs involve repair and maintenance of critical infrastructure that helps keep all road users moving safely and manage stormwater to reduce the risk of flooding. This includes road resurfacing, sidewalk and multi-use trail construction, bridge repairs, creek and erosion control work and construction of new stormwater management facilities. Read More

Construction Laydown Site Preparation near Troy Street

By Events, Hurontario LRT, Issues, Resources, Ward 1

A Notice from Metrolinx:

Dear resident,

Construction of the Hurontario Light Rail Transit (LRT) project is ramping up along Hurontario Street, so we wanted to take this opportunity to (re)introduce ourselves in advance of some work beginning in your community. Starting in April, you will begin to see construction crews mobilize on site at the end of Troy Street, between CN Railway and the Petro-Canada. You will see site trailers and offices, material storage and onsite parking. Work will begin with tree protection and installation of a fence to secure the area. If any trees need to be removed, they will be replaced according to City of Mississauga bylaws. Read More