Late September to November, 2021
What work is taking place?
To accommodate construction of the Hurontario LRT, installation of new storm, watermain and sanitary lines have begun along Hurontario Street. This work will require temporary driveway closures starting at the intersection of Hurontario Street and Mineola Road, moving north along the east side towards South Service Road.
The majority of this work is being scheduled during daytime hours. A limited amount of overnight works will be required from late September to November between the hours of 8 p.m. and 6 a.m.
Advanced notice will be provided to impacted properties once the dates have been confirmed.
Work is scheduled to start in late September 2021 and will last for approximately two months.
A limited amount of overnight works is required from late September to November between the hours of 8 p.m. and 6 a.m.
Work could be rescheduled and delayed due to weather conditions or unforeseen circumstances.
Lane reductions will be required on Hurontario Street between Mineola Road and South Service Road.
Traffic delays are expected.
Watch for slow moving vehicles entering and exiting work areas.
Remember to reduce your speed when approaching lane reductions.
WHAT TO EXPECT?
Every effort will be made to minimize disruptions.
Residents and businesses near the work site can expect to hear noise and vibration caused by trucks, excavators, backhoes, and other construction equipment related to this work.
MiWay will continue to operate with regular service.
Watch for additional signs directing passengers at bus stops as boarding areas may be relocated.
A temporary pedestrian pathway will be provided to access the boarding areas.
Visit www.miway.ca/updates for updates on your bus route.
Please take care when travelling near construction areas.
Sidewalk access in the area could be affected.
Watch for additional signs directing pedestrians & cyclists as detours may be required.
Clear and defined walking paths will be maintained during construction to ensure pedestrian safety.
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.
For details on your property boundaries, please refer to your land survey, or consult an Ontario Land Surveyor.
Metrolinx has a dedicated community relations team in place to work with residents in Peel region through the construction and operation of this transformational transit project.
24-hour line 416-202-7500