Ontario Investing in Critical Infrastructure in Ottawa

The Ontario government is investing approximately $425 million toward highway and bridge improvements in the Ottawa area. Since 2018, 10 infrastructure projects have been completed, with another five underway to improve safety and keep roads and bridges in a state of good repair.

Highway #417ProjectDate Completed
March RoadTraffic signals/intersection improvementsJun. 2021
St. Laurent Blvd. to Innes Rd., OttawaResurfacing of Highway 417Oct. 2019
Hunt Club Rd. at Cedarview Rd., OttawaInterchange improvementsJun. 2021
Moodie Dr. to Hwy 416, and Holly Acres Rd., OttawaNoise barriers and resurfacing workSept. 2020
Nicholas St. to Ottawa Rd. 174, OttawaBridge replacement and resurfacing workMarch 2022
Hwy 417/Hwy7 interchange to 2 km west of Campbell Rd, OttawaSafety improvementsMay 2023
Carling Ave. Kirkwood Ave. and Saigon Crt., OttawaSafety improvements, Traffic calming measures on City of Ottawa streetsFeb. 2023
Aviation Bridge and Walkley Rd, OttawaBridge rehabilitation, culvert repair, and replacementunderway
Innes Rd., Ramsayville Rd., OttawaCulvert replacement, bridge replacement, and bridge repairsDec. 2022
Scheel Dr. to Hwy 7, OttawaCulvert replacement and culvert repairunderway
Mid-Town Bridges, five locations along Highway 417 from Island Park Dr. to Kent St. OttawaBridge replacement, and interchange improvements, noise barriersunderway
CPR O-Train Bridge, OttawaBridge replacementsJun. 2022
Devine Rd. and Rockdale Rd., OttawaTraffic signals, bridge repair and interchange improvementsJanuary 2023
East of Hwy 138 to Dunvegan, GlengarryReconstructionunderway
Roger Stevens Drive to Hwy 417 interchange OttawaCulvert rehabilitation, replacement, resurfacingunderway

Learn more: https://news.ontario.ca/en/backgrounder/1003320/ontario-investing-in-critical-infrastructure-in-ottawa