McLeod Rd. Reconstruction Phase 2
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About the Project

McLeod Rd. (Regional Rd. 49) is a major four lane east-west roadway extending from Stanley Ave. (Regional Rd. 102) to Thorold Townline Rd. (Regional Rd. 70) in Niagara Falls. McLeod Rd. provides direct access to north-south roadways, the Queen Elizabeth Way and major destinations. It also crosses two major barriers: the Queen Elizabeth Way and the Sir Adam Back Power Canal.

In 2011, a Schedule C Municipal Class Environmental Assessment study was completed to address issues including, but not limited to: existing future travel demand, land servicing needs, inadequate pedestrian, cycling and transit facilities, operational and infrastructure deficiencies and approved and proposed changes in land use.

The project limits are McLeod Rd. between the Sir Adam Back Power Canal and Wilson Cres.

The project includes the following:

  • New curbs and sidewalks
  • Sewers and watermains
  • Pedestrian bridges at the Sir Adam Back Power Canal
  • Bike lanes
  • New asphalt
  • Intersection improvements including traffic signals
  • Landscaping

Project Timeline

2011
Municipal Class Environmental Assessment completed

2019
McLeod Rd. Phase 2 detailed design begins

2020
Utility relocations and property acquisition (if necessary) and pre-construction Public Information Centre

2021
Construction starts

2022
Major construction works complete

 

Contact

Graeme Guthrie
Senior Project Manager
905-980-6000 ext. 3249
Email Graeme Guthrie

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