Canborough Rd. (Regional Rd. 63) Reconstruction
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About the Project

Niagara Region is undertaking the reconstruction of Canborough Rd. (Regional Rd. 63) from Coffey Bridge to Baldwin Rd. in the Township of West Lincoln.

Embankment stability at the site has been an ongoing concern for years, with the first studies to address the condition completed by Terraprobe LImited in 1978.

The reconstruction will address the slope stability issues along the Welland River in accordance with the previously completed Feasibility Study - Embankment Stabilization (completed in 2016) .

The proposed works are to include:

  • The installation of 150m of 16m sheet pile walls
  • The replacement of existing culverts and regarding of existing ditches
  • The reconstruction of Regional Rd. 63 to a rural cross-section with roadside ditches and two 3.5m through lanes (one in each direction) with 1.5m paved shoulders
  • The reinstatement of guiderail and installation of new signage

Project Timeline

2016
Feasibility study completed

2017
Detailed design awarded to Wood (previously Amec Foster Wheeler)

fall 2019
Detailed design completed

february 2020
Finalize contract documents

march 2020
Construction begins

summer 2020
Expected construction completion

Contact

David Lampman, C.E.T
Project Manager, Transportation Engineering
905-980-6000 ext. 3644
Email David Lampman

Felix Wong, P.Eng
Senior Engineer, Transportation
Wood
905-335-2353 ext. 3030
felix.wong@woodplc.com

Public Engagement

A public information centre has been scheduled for:

Date: Tuesday, Feb. 25
Time: 5-7 p.m.
Location: Wellandport Community Centre, 5042 Canborough Rd., Wellandport
Format: Drop-in style forum

This meeting will provide residents with the opportunity to view the construction drawings and ask staff questions about the project.

Image Gallery


Regional Road 63
This image shows the area on Regional Rd. 63 from Coffey Bridge to Baldwin Rd. where reconstruction will occur.
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