Here's Which Roads are Undergoing Construction in the Next 10 Years in Brampton
Brampton is set to see a lot of development over the next few decades, from new condos, to a new university, to expanded roads, and more. Now, the city’s ten year roads capital program is in the works, and it offers a sneak peek into which major roads are undergoing construction over the next decade.
From 2018-2027, an abundance of major roads are slated for construction in Brampton, including Castlemore Drive, Chinguacousy Road, and Sandalwood Parkway. A total of 57 major roads are on the list of projects.
Some roads are getting more lanes, some are being resurfaced entirely, and some are being realigned.
It looks like a substanial amount of construction is on its way to Brampton.
Here’s a look at what city staff have proposed, courtesy of recent city council documents:
According to city staff, the 10-year plan helps internal and external stakeholders plan for the delivery of capital projects, including environmental assessments, detailed design, property acquisition and utility relocation.
It also considers projects and schedules from the Ministry of Transportation, City of Mississauga and Region of Peel to reduce duplication and potential construction conflicts, and to reduce costs and impact to residents, according to the report.
Walkability and cycle-friendliness are also under consideration.
“The design of the roads are being completed looking at options to improve the experience for pedestrians, transit users and cyclists with an emphasis on landscaping and interesting design elements where possible to help animate the right of way,” reads the report.
Here’s a look at the plan on a map, courtesy of the city:
According to the city, city council approves the budget for the first year of the 10-Year Capital Program, and the remaining nine years are presented as a forecast.
What do you think of the new 10-year program?
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