St. Paul Street West - CN Rail Bridge Replacement

Niagara Region is initiating a Municipal Class Environmental Assessment for the replacement of the St. Paul St. West CN Rail Bridge in St. Catharines.

Originally constructed in 1922, the St. Paul St. West CN Rail Bridge has undergone extensive inspection and evaluation that has identified the structure for immediate replacement. The replacement will address the aging infrastructure and improve the vertical alignment of the roadway approaches.

Improvements to access the proposed GO Transit station via Great Western St. will also be addressed.

Project Timeline

winter 2019
Notice of Commencement

spring 2019
Public Information Centre #1


Jordan Frost, P.Eng., PTOE
Manager, Transportation Planning and Sustainability
905-980-6000 ext. 3336
Email Jordan Frost

Public Engagement

Throughout the environmental assessment, the Region will engage the City of St. Catharines, the Canadian National Railway, and the public to ensure that all impacts are considered in selecting the preferred design alternative.

Page Feedback Did you find what you were looking for today?