Government’s $1.3 Billion Highway Investment Includes Local Projects

Published on: 2019/03/28 - in News

The Ontario government has announced it is investing $1.3 billion on 123 projects to rebuild and restore highways across the province, including a number of roadways in the Kingston area.

In a release, the government stated these projects will create jobs for Ontario’s construction industry and help keep provincial highways safe and reliable.

$195 million is being invested in thirty highway projects in Eastern Ontario, including regional highways such as:

  • The Thousand Island Parkway,
  • Coronation Blvd. to Collins Creek Bridge in Kingston,
  • culvert work from County Rd. 41 to Beechwood Rd. in Napanee,
  • Kaladar to the Lennox & Addington County boundary
  • Joyceville Rd. near Kingston to Rd. 32 at Gananoque,
  • and investing in Howe Island’s ferry terminal shoreline protection.

You can find a full list of highway projects at this page.

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