Reconstruction of Twenty Mile Road (Regional Road 69) between Rosedene Road and Victoria Avenue
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About the project

Twenty Mile Road (Regional Road 69), from Rosedene Road to Victoria Avenue, is a two-lane rural roadway connecting east-west traffic along West Lincoln and Lincoln. This section of road provides access for rural residential and agricultural uses.

The existing road surface, drainage and structures are in poor condition and need reconstruction.

The design will include the reconstruction of Twenty Mile Road along with other improvements including, but not limited to:

  • Replacing culverts
  • Widening shoulders
  • Improving drainage and ditches
  • Replacing the retaining wall at Sixteen Mile Creek
  • Replacing the guiderail

Phase 2 will include the reconstruction of Twenty Mile Road between Mountain Road and Rosedene Road, starting in 2025.

Project timeline

Winter 2021 - Completed
Get engineering consultant

Summer 2024 - in progress
Finish detailed design and get contractor

Fall 2024
Start construction on underground infrastructure

Winter 2024
Pause construction for winter

Spring 2025
Start road construction

Fall 2025
Finish construction


Mike Keller, CET., PMP
Project Manager
Niagara Region
905-980-6000 ext. 3265
Email Mike Keller

Michael Murray, P.Eng.
Senior Project Manager
289-288-0287 ext. 6836

Local Information

Temporary lane closures may take place during construction. Landowners will be given 48-hour notice if driveway access is impacted.

A full road closure will be necessary for the safe replacement of the cross culvert and retaining wall at Sixteen Mile Creek.

Drivers can avoid delays by using alternative routes.

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Twenty Mile Road (Regional Road 69) at Sixteen Mile Creek
Twenty Mile Road (Regional Road 69) at Tintern Road
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