Southwestern Ontario Bridges

Includes rehabilitation of the Ausable River Bridge on Highway 21, within the Municipality of Lambton Shores, Lambton County. The majority of the proposed work consists of bridge rehabilitation work that can be undertaken within the right-of-way and may result in minimal short duration impacts to the natural, social and cultural environment. Construction staging and traffic management may be required at the structure site(s), which would have short duration impacts to the travelling public. 
Construction of the Contract 2 improvements is expected to begin in 2017, subject to funding and approvals.

Milestones

  • Project Initiation
  • Field investigations
  • Consultation 
  • Class EA and Design

Consultation

Agencies, Stakeholders and First Nations will be contacted directly to introduce the study, provide an opportunity for them to submit comments and available background information or permit/approval requirements as early as possible as the study proceeds. Input regarding potential construction or traffic staging concerns that may impact daily operations or any significant community events was also requested. Property owners potentially interested in Contract 2 improvements will be notified of the project and provided an opportunity to submit comments.

Contact the project team to provide any comments you may have with respect to Contract 2 or if you wish to be added to the Contract 2 study mailing list. Please provide your name, mailing address and indicate if you prefer communication by email.


  • Tanya Cross, P.Eng.
  • Project Manager
        or
  • Sabrina Stanlake-Wong, RPP
  • Planner
  • Dillon Consulting Limited.
  • Box 426, London, Ontario, N6A 4W7
  • Toll Free: 1-888-345-5668
  • ext. 1235 (Stanlake-Wong), 1212 (Cross)
  • Fax: 519-672-8209

  • Mr. Fahmi Choudhury, P.Eng.
  • Project Engineer
  • Ministry of Transportation, Ontario,
  • West Region,
  • Planning and Design Section
  • 659 Exeter Road, 3rd Floor
  • London ON N6E 1L3
  • Tel: (519) 873-4576
  • Toll-Free: 1-800-265-6072
  •    extension 579-873-4576
  • Fax: (519) 873-4600

Photos

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