Highway 410 and Courtneypark Drive Ramp Reconfiguration and Bridge Widening
Detail Design and Class Environmental Assessment
The Ontario Ministry of Transportation (MTO) has retained AECOM to undertake a Detail Design and Class Environmental Assessment (EA) Study for the reconfiguration of the Highway 410 / Courtneypark Drive interchange (including a new on-ramp from Courtneypark Drive to Highway 410 northbound, and a new off-ramp from Highway 410 southbound to Courtneypark Drive), rehabilitation of the Steeles Avenue Bridge and Courtneypark Drive Bridge, as well as culvert rehabilitation and extensions. The south side of the Courtneypark Drive Structure will also be widened to accommodate two new traffic lanes and a Multi-Use-Trail (MUT).
The project limits are located within the City of Mississauga and City of Brampton, in the Regional Municipality of Peel.
We encourage you to review the contents of this website and provide us with your feedback. Details on public consultation activities to be undertaken during this project will be included in the Consultation section of this website. If you wish to be added to our project mailing list or submit comments or questions, please go to the Contact Us page.
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