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Transforming Major Mackenzie Drive

The Regional Municipality of York is investing in building a safe, efficient and reliable Regional transportation network for all users. Improvements to Major Mackenzie Drive from Highway 50 to Highway 400 in the City of Vaughan are underway to accommodate growth, improve traffic flow and provide public transit connections and more travel options for all. Improvements include, widening Major Mackenzie Drive to six lanes, providing a connection to the proposed Highway 427 extension, realigning a portion of Major Mackenzie Drive between the Canadian Pacific Railway tracks and Highway 27 to provide a continuous connection across Highway 27, building new bridges including a 150-metre bridge over the Humber River and a bridge over the existing level crossing of the Canadian Pacific Railway tracks, and replacing old culverts with larger structures Improving intersection accessibility Installing wildlife fencing and wildlife culverts between Islington Avenue and Pine Valley Drive. 

    For the bridge over the Humber River, DECAST manufactured and delivered 34 CPCI 1900 Girders (39m long, 51.5 tonnes) and 57 CPCI 1200 Girders (25m long, 19.6 tonnes). 

    Project Details

    Location: Vaughan, ON

    Business Area: Bridges & Girders

    Product: CPCI Girders

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