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Countryside Drive Road Reconstruction and Widening

Services, Transportation Services

Countryside Drive Road Reconstruction and Widening

Client: City of Brampton
Location: Brampton, Ontario

Project Status: The design for Part A (From Highway 410 to Bramalea Road) was completed in 2010 and construction was completed in August 2011

Project Description:

The City of Brampton retained R.V. Anderson Associates Limited to undertake the design of the reconstruction and widening of Countryside Drive for 7.5 km from west of Dixie Road to east of Goreway Drive. The project was divided into three sections to be tendered and constructed over a three to four-year period.

The project included:

  • Detailed design of an existing two lane rural road to a four lane urban road with left and right lanes;
  • Designing multi-purpose trail and sidewalk;
  • Designing new storm sewer system;
  • Structural design of three large open bottom concrete culverts and three bridges, including a 34 m two-span bridge;
  • Identifying property acquisition requirements;
  • Stakeholder communications and coordination of utility relocation;
  • Landscaping design;
  • Traffic signals and roadway illumination;
  • Approvals from agencies including Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA), Ministry of the Environment (MOE) and Ministry of Natural Resources (MNR);
  • Coordinating with the Region of Peel for the design of a water main and sanitary sewers within the project.

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