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 2022 Brookdale Rehabilitation Map


The City will be rehabilitating Brookdale Avenue from the south side of the MTO 401 interchange to the CN overpass.

This section of roadway is considered a 'Connecting Link' by the Province of Ontario. It connects two ends of a provincial highway through a community and/or to a border crossing.

The City received funding through the Province of Ontario's 'Connecting Links' program for the project. 

What to Expect During Construction

Before the work starts, you may see utility companies (Enbridge, Bell, etc.) on the roadway. They are moving infrastructure they own to accommodate the new sidewalk. If you have any service disruptions, please contact them directly.

As part of this project, the Contractor will be recycling the existing pavement using a process called full depth reclamation (FDR). The machine grinds up the old asphalt into very small pieces that look like granular (gravel). From there, liquid agents are blended with the old asphalt to create a new base. After the recycling process is complete, the base will be covered with new asphalt.

The project also includes widening the road corridor. The new corridor will accommodate four lanes of traffic in the future. The widened roadway will also include bicycle lanes.  The new path will act as a link to existing trails and bicycle lanes in the area.

The addition of bicycle lanes is part of the City's Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan. If you would like to learn more about it, click the following link:

If you have any questions or concerns, give us a call or e-mail us using the contact information on this page. 

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