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Highway 410 Widening

Mississauga and Brampton, Ontario

The major reconstruction of Highway 410 has provided much-needed relief to the region’s ever-growing population and improved traffic flow and safety. 

The scope of work called for Aecon to widen and reconstruct a 12-kilometre swath of road stretching south of Highway 401 to just north of Queen Street in Brampton. The main scope of work entailed repairing, repaving and expanding a section of Highway 410 from six to 10 lanes, including the building of one general-purpose lane and one High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) lane in both northbound and southbound directions.  

CLIENT
Ministry of Transportation Ontario

CONTRACT VALUE
$156.7 million

START DATE
September 2014

COMPLETION
November 2018

PS-1765

420K
CUBIC METRES OF EARTH EXCAVATION

900
METRES OF TUNNELLING

520K
TONNES OF ASPHALT

140
EMPLOYEES ON-SITE AT PEAK

Other significant elements of the project included the widening and rehabilitation of seven bridge structures along the 12-kilometre stretch, construction of two new ramps at the highway 401/403/410 interchange and opening two new carpool parking lots at the Courtneypark Drive and Clark Boulevard interchanges. Installing concrete median tall wall barriers, high-mast lighting, traffic cameras and an Advanced Traffic Management System (ATMS) with the help of Tristar Electric Inc. was also completed.

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Removal of the old bridge and construction of the new bridge was completed in stages. Once construction was complete, one lane in each direction was designated as a High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) lane.

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