The Town of Milton is building a complete community and investing over $61.7 million in roads, bridges and stormwater management ponds in 2022. This investment reflects the 2022 approved budget - there are also projects being completed this year that were approved in previous budget years.

This investment in the community helps us put the right infrastructure in place to meet community needs and make Milton a Place of Possibility. 

What to expect this year

This year, residents can expect road closures and lane restrictions on both main arterial roads and side streets. The Town of Milton extensively coordinates the timing of construction projects with Halton Region and the private sector as much as possible.

Major 2022 projects

The projects listed below are major construction initiatives for 2022, aimed to maintain and develop an efficient transportation network in Milton.

Annual asphalt overlay program

Timing

Annual program, with construction typically starting in May and running through to the fall.

Location

Various locations, across approximately 21km of roads. Locations are typically within the urban area and estate subdivisions. 

Work being done

Annual asphalt overlay program on various streets throughout Milton. The program includes the removal and replacement of asphalt, as well as concrete work (curb, gutter, sidewalks), when required. Notices will be delivered to affected residents prior to construction.

Annual expanded asphalt program

Timing

Annual program with construction typically starting in June/July and running through to the fall.

Location

15 Side Road, Country Lane Court, and Reid Side Road.

Work being done

Annual expanded asphalt program on various roads. Locations are typically within the rural area or industrial/commercial areas. 

Bronte Street

Timing

Construction started in 2021 and is expected to be substantially complete by late 2023/early 2024.

Location

Bronte Street (Victoria Street to Steeles Avenue).

Work being done

Road reconstruction from Victoria Street to Steeles Avenue, including eliminating the jog in the road, urbanization (adding curb and gutter), utility relocations (including burying the hydro lines on the west side of the road) and replacing the bridge over 16 Mile Creek tributary. Multiple road closures will be required to facilitate the work.

Fifth Line

Timing

Construction started in 2021, with anticipated completion in early 2023.

Location

Fifth Line (Highway 401 to Main Street East).

Work being done

Joint road reconstruction project with Main Street East. Work includes realignment and urbanization of Fifth Line.

Main Street

Timing

Construction started in 2021, with anticipated completion in early 2023.

Location

Main Street (James Snow Parkway to Fifth Line).

Work being done

Joint road reconstruction project with Fifth Line. Work includes widening to four lanes, urbanization and intersection modifications at Fifth Line.

Louis St. Laurent Avenue

Timing

Construction start in early 2022, with anticipated completion to base asphalt by fall 2022.

Location

Louis St. Laurent Avenue (James Snow Parkway to Fifth Line).

Work being done

New construction of a four-lane road with a 35m right of way, including active transportation facilities for pedestrians and cyclists. This work is being completed by Oxford Property Group (developer).

Second Line Nassagaweya

Timing

Construction to start in early summer 2022, as fisheries window for in-water works (July 1 to Sept. 15) applies to this location.

Location

Second Line Nassagaweya (structure 63).

Work being done

Structure replacement with associated grading and restorations. 

Stormwater pond rehabilitation

Timing

Design work commenced in 2021, with construction anticipated in summer 2022.  Stormwater pond rehabilitation is anticipated to be an annual or semi-annual program going forward.

Location

Various locations.

Work being done

Various minor works at Town-owned stormwater management facilities – including concrete repair, debris removal, and sediment depth surveys to inform future cleanout projects.