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Highway 9 road work planned between Clifford and Harriston

MINTO - The Ontario Ministry of Transportation (MTO) is conducting a Detailed Design and Class Environmental Assessment (EA) study for the rehabilitation of Highway 9 between Clifford and Harriston.

The ministry is planning a repaving and culvert restoration project on a nine-kilometre stretch of the highway from the Clifford east limits, just under a kilometre east of Elora and Arthur Street intersection in Harriston.

The MTO states the project will include pavement resurfacing, culvert rehabilitations/replacements and minor electrical work.

During construction, Highway 9 traffic will be reduced to a single lane. At times, the road will be closed to traffic and a detour route. provided. Access for businesses and properties on Highway 9 will be maintained throughout construction.

Subject to funding and approvals, it is anticipated construction will take place in between April and November of 2018.


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