News release

The Town of Milton is investing over $29.6 million in roads and bridges in 2021, building infrastructure that makes Milton a complete and connected community.

Construction season is underway in Milton. Crews are out on the roads working to build and maintain critical infrastructure for the community. 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. While this construction can be inconvenient, it is a short-term disruption for long-term benefits.

The 2020-23 Council Staff Work Plan identifies planning and building our community to accommodate growth while managing new service and infrastructure demands.

“This investment puts the right infrastructure in place to meet community needs and make Milton a Place of Possibility,” said Mayor Gord Krantz. “Please bear with us and be patient as we build and maintain a connected and efficient transportation network.”

This year, residents can expect road closures and lane restrictions on both main and arterial roads and side streets for improvements to keep our community connected. Regular operational maintenance on roads and sidewalks are ongoing in our community to keep residents safe, and promote a walkable and bicycle-friendly community.

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.

Visit Milton’s renewed road construction web page for:

  • Full list of major 2021 projects
  • Annual road programs
  • Road closure and construction map
  • Road and bridge construction process and projected forecast

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For media inquiries, please contact: 
Tayjua Squire
Communications Advisor
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