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Ontario’s 'Connecting Links' for roads, bridges

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by DCN NEWS SERVICES

TORONTO—Ontario is providing $20 million in 2016-17 to 23 municipalities across the province through its Connecting Links program, it was announced April 8.
Ontario’s 'Connecting Links' for roads, bridges

The program funds upgrades to municipal roads or bridges that connect two ends of a provincial highway through a community, or near a border crossing.

Connecting Links funding covers up to 90 per cent of eligible project costs, to a maximum of $3 million. The eligible costs are for the design, construction, renewal, rehabilitation and replacement of connecting link infrastructure.

Beneficiaries of the program include:

  • Aylmer, highway 3, reconstruction of Talbot Street West, $3 million;
  • Burk's Falls, highway 520, rehabilitation of Armstrong Bridge, $1.053 million;
  • Centre Wellington, highway 6, Rehabilitation of St. David Street Bridge, Fergus, $2.278 million;
  • Chatham-Kent, highway 40, reconstruction of McNaughton Avenue and Murray Street Road, Wallaceburg, $3 million;
  • Cornwall, highway 138, rehabilitation of CNR overpass on Brookdale Avenue, $3 million;
  • Guelph, highway 7, reconstruction of York Road, $2.606 million;
  • Haldimand County, highway 3, reconstruction of Talbot Street, Jarvis, $1.260 million;
  • Minto, highway 9, reconstruction of Elora Street, Clifford, $1.936 million;
  • North Bay, highway 63, rehabilitation of Trout Lake Road, $2.918 million;
  • Pembroke, highway 41, reconstruction of Paul Martin Drive, $3 million; and
  • Timmins, highway 101, reconstruction of Highway 101 East from Bruce Avenue, $3 million.

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