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Hurontario LRT - Fairview / John:
Cable relocation starts September 13



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Metrolinx continues to prepare for upcoming construction on the Hurontario light rail transit line in Mississauga and Brampton.


To accommodate the construction of the future light rail transit line, Rogers Communication Network is moving network lines

  • on Hurontario Street, east side, between Fairview Road East and south of John Street,

starting Thursday, September 12.

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These lines are integral to the telecommunications networks in the area, so Rogers must reroute them to maintain reliable service during construction.

Crews work Mondays to Fridays from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. Expect noise from trucks, excavators, backhoes and other construction equipment.

During work hours, the work zone may block traffic lanes on Hurontario. However, at least one traffic lane in each direction lane will be available to motorists at all times.

GO Transit may temporarily relocate bus stops in the area. Passengers aboard buses along this route can also expect delays:

  • 21 Milton / Toronto.

MiWay may temporarily relocate bus stops in the area. Passengers aboard buses along these routes can also expect delays:

  • 19 / 19A / 19B Hurontario;
  • 53 Kennedy; and
  • 103 Hurontario express.

Rogers work on Hurontario between Fairview and John — and the resulting GO and MiWay delays — continues “over the next 3 weeks”, or until October 5.