Construction notice

The 2023 bridge and culvert rehabilitation program is a bi-annual program that addresses needs for the Town’s bridges and culverts to extend their service life. This program runs from July 17 to Sept. 30, 2023.


  • Concrete repairs to bridge components on the surface and underside
  • Repairs and replacement of the existing asphalt, curb and sidewalk adjacent to the structures
  • Replacement of existing parapet wall
  • Replacement pedestrian bridges


  • Structure 10 Canyon Road (approximately 100m North of Limestone Road)
  • Structure 14 McNiven Road (approximately 20m north of Derry Road
  • Structure 108 Chisholm Drive (approximately 1.0km west of Martin Street
  • Pedestrian Bridges P06 and P07 (located in David Thompson Park)

Access to McNiven Road from Derry will be closed for the duration of this closure. Local access on McNiven will be maintained from the north via Conservation Road for southbound access only. The bridges at David Thompson Park will also be closed to facilitate the replacement. Local residents and businesses will receive notices if a closure direct impacts them.

Lane restrictions only will be in effect for the Canyon Road and Chisholm Drive.

All road closures can be found using our interactive road closure map. Construction timelines are dependent on many factors, including weather. Follow the Town of Milton on Facebook and Twitter for any schedule changes.

Investing in the Roads to Possibility 

The Town of Milton is investing in community infrastructure to make your travel safe and accessible. We thank you for your patience. During construction, the public is encouraged to plan travel in advance, consider alternate routes, follow signage and be patient while traveling in and around construction areas.

Town-led construction is essential municipal work to ensure Milton’s infrastructure remains safe, in state of good repair and able to meet the community’s needs now and in the future. For more information about the project and road closures throughout the Town, visit our road construction page.