November 10, 2008
New bridges planned for future Highway 404 extension at Mount Albert Road
New northbound and southbound bridges are being built along the future Highway 404 extension over Mount Albert Road, north of Newmarket.
The province has awarded the $8-million construction contract to Brennan Paving and Construction Limited of Markham. This is the second of four projects to extend Highway 404 north to East Gwillimbury.
Over the next five years, Highway 404 will be extended by 13 kilometres from Green Lane to Ravenshoe Road. The Green Lane interchange will be upgraded to include new ramps to the north, and new interchanges will be built at Queensville Sideroad and Woodbine Avenue.
New bridges will carry Highway 404 traffic over Mount Albert Road and Boag Road and Doane Road traffic over Highway 404.
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