Posted on Thursday, August 31, 2023 10:30 AM
The Burloak Drive Grade Separation is a project to build an underpass to separate vehicle and rail movement.
The underpass will enhance public safety in advance of GO Transit’s planned 15-minute all-day service on the Lakeshore West GO line, which will see up to eight trains crossing Burloak Drive every hour, in addition to regular VIA and freight trains.
The addition of turn lanes, sidewalks, bike lanes and improved connectivity for active modes of travel will also be included in this project.
Construction activities are underway and the project is estimated to be completed by mid-2026.
For ongoing updates on the project, please visit the Metrolinx website.
Questions about the project can be directed to Metrolinx.Metrolinx public engagement sessions Public open house
Posted on Tuesday, July 18, 2023 10:15 AM
May to September 2023Project Location
The City of Burlington will be making improvements in the LaSalle Park area in 2023. City work includes the reconstruction and urbanization of LaSalle Park Road, including sidewalk, concrete curb, roadway asphalt and street lighting upgrades.
Check this webpage for updates throughout the project. If you'd like to subscribe to be emailed a notification when the page is updated, please see the top right corner of this page.Project update - July 2023 Asphalt Paving on LaSalle Park Road
When: Thursday July 20, 2023, from 8 to 10 p.m.
Where: LaSalle Park Road (Oaklands Park Court to LaSalle Marina)
When: Thursday July 20, 2023, from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m.
Where: LaSalle Park Road (North Shore Boulevard to Oaklands Park Court)
Although the road will be open to local traffic, we are asking residents and visitors to avoid these areas during these times if possible.Project scope LocationCity Works LaSalle Park Road
Posted on Thursday, June 29, 2023 11:53 AM
July to November 2023
The City of Burlington will be resurfacing various roadways which are in poor condition. This works will involve the removal and replacement of the asphalt pavement, with curb repair and sidewalk ramp upgrading. The Local Road Resurfacing program is carried out across the city between July and October. Construction timelines in the Stages One, Two, and Three are noted below and are weather and schedule dependent.
During this time, traffic will be restricted to local traffic only. Every effort will be made to keep disruptions to a minimum. Construction signs will be posted, and the work site will be secured. Please exercise caution and obey all signs placed for your safety.
Check this webpage for updates throughout the project. If you'd like to subscribe to be emailed a notification when the page is updated, please see the top right corner of this page.Project locations Stage 1 – Downtown west of Brant
July 4, 2023 to Aug. 11, 2023
Posted on Thursday, June 22, 2023 02:13 PM
Mid July to August 2023Location Map - Millcroft subdivision resurfacingLocation Map - Aldridge Crescent curb repairs
The City of Burlington will be rehabilitating road surfaces in your area which are in poor condition. This project is an annual program to resurface asphalt roadways before further deterioration leads to a compromised underlying base and sub-base layers of the pavement structure which can lead to a more costly partial or full reconstruction of the roadway.
Roads identified in this program will have their asphalt surface removed and replaced which will extend their service life and delay more costly treatments. Also included will be isolated curb and sidewalk repairs/replacement where required.
Check this webpage for updates throughout the project. If you'd like to subscribe to be emailed a notification when the page is updated, please see the top right corner of this page.Program project scope and schedule - 2023
The City of Burlington will be working...
Posted on Friday, June 02, 2023 01:17 PM
Construction Project MapWaterdown Road North Rehabilitation and Capacity Improvements Craven Avenue to Mountain Brow Road
The City of Burlington, City of Hamilton and Halton Region held a joint Public Information Centre (PIC) on March 2, 2017 to present the 90% Design of Waterdown Road.
The proposed construction consists of the following works:
Road widening to accommodate an ultimate 4 lane cross section. The road will be striped as a 3 lane cross section until traffic volumes increase.
Residents and property owners had an opportunity to review and comment on the project drawings, review property and driveway implications, and discuss any potential disruptions...