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Rapidway on Highway 7 West:
More construction, September 15 to 19



From 7 p.m. Tuesday, September 15 until 7 a.m. Wednesday, September 16 and continuing overnight nightly, crews paving the north side of Highway 7, between Keele Street and Bowes Road. They’ll maintain access to all properties in the work area, but may temporarily block the driveways to #s 2160, 2104, 2030 and 2006 Highway 7. Due to the nature of this work, expect occasional noise and vibration around the work area.

Work continues until 7 a.m. September 18.


From 7 p.m. Friday, September 18 until 6 a.m. Saturday, September 19, crews are reducing traffic lanes to just one lane in each direction to paint lines along Highway 7 West between Keele Street and the bridge that carries GO Transit’s Barrie train line across the highway. Motorists and transit passengers should expect delays. Due to the nature of this work, also expect occasional noise and vibration around the work area.

Once crews finish painting the lines, a centre median will be in place between Hillside Avenue the GO overpass.

The centre mediam permanently changes traffic regulations along the roadway, taking effect Saturday, September 19.

New for motorists:

  • The intersection with Bowes Road / Baldwin Street will have a left-turn signal.
  • Drivers can only turn left when the left-turn arrow is illuminated and left turns are not permitted when through traffic proceeds.
  • To access mid-block entrances on opposite sides of the road, drivers can U-turn at Keele or Bowes / Baldwin.
  • Both right-turning and through traffic can use the current right-turn lanes. This section of Highway 7 will no longer have dedicated lanes for right-turns.

New for pedestrians:

  • Since intersections are wider with new signals, you may need to cross Highway 7 in two stages.
  • A countdown signal will indicate how many seconds you have left to safely cross the street.

During Highway 7 West rapidway construction, also expect delays for:

  • Brampton Transit Züm express buses operating along the 501 Züm Queen route;
  • TTC buses operating along the 35D Jane and 107 Keele North routes; and
  • York Region Transit Viva express buses operating along the Viva orange route and YRT local buses operating along the 20 Jane and 77 Highway 7 routes.

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