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Major Mackenzie West to close at McNaughton/Avro

Culvert replacement, new watermain for Mackenzie Vaughan Hospital will see closure from June 17 to Aug. 30
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NEWS RELEASE
REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF YORK
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The Regional Municipality of York is scheduling a road closure to replace a culvert located on Major Mackenzie Drive West in the City of Vaughan. To complete the replacement work, Major Mackenzie Drive West from McNaughton Road/Avro Road to 250 metres east of McNaughton Road/Avro Road is scheduled to be closed from June 17 to Aug. 30, 2019.

The culvert is a large steel pipe tunnel under the road that transports water from the West Don River. A full closure of the road is required to ensure the work is completed as quickly, efficiently and safely as possible. Access to all properties will be maintained during this closure. 

While the culvert is being replaced, a pedestrian and cycling-friendly underpass will also be built next to the new culvert that will allow for future travel underneath the roadway, support the City’s trail system network and encourage active transportation in the community.

In addition, a new watermain service connection will be installed to support the new Mackenzie Vaughan Hospital.

The public is invited to attend a Information Centre to learn more about the project, meet the project team and ask questions.
 
Date: Wednesday, May 29, 2019
Time: Visit anytime between 4 and 8 p.m.
Location: Vaughan City Hall, Multi-purpose Room, 2141 Major Mackenzie Drive West, City of Vaughan
 
York Region makes every effort to minimize disruptions and keep residents informed with regular construction updates. Stay informed with the latest updates by following us on Facebook and Twitter using #onYRRoads or by visiting york.ca/majormackclosure
 
To help manage daily commutes during construction, travellers can plan their route in advance by using traffic and navigation tools. York Region provides real-time traffic and road information in open data, used by many app developers.
 
As with all road construction projects, some work may be rescheduled due to weather. York Region will provide advance notice whenever possible.
 
For more information about current and upcoming road construction projects please visit york.ca/roadconstruction
 
The Regional Municipality of York consists of nine local cities and towns and provides a variety of programs and services to 1.2 million residents and 52,000 businesses with over 636,600 employees. More information about the Region’s key service areas is available at york.ca/regionalservices.

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