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Highway 69 Four Laning Study - North of Highway 559 to North of Highway 522  
  Highway 69 Route Planning Study
Environmental Assessment ProcessRelevant Links   The Ministry of Transportation (MTO) is carrying out a program to provide and maintain a safe and efficient transportation system between Southern Ontario and Northern Ontario. The 68 km section of Highway 69 which was the subject of this study, from north of Highway 559 near Nobel to north of Highway 522 near the Key River, is a major component of this important economic transportation corridor. The study was divided into a South Section (north of Nobel to Harris Lake Road) and a North Section (north of Harris Lake Road to north of Highway 522).

     
   
    Study Area Map
 

The Route Planning and Environmental Assessment for the South Section was made available for a 30-day public review ending on February 13, 2007.

The Route Planning and Environmental Assessment Report for the North Section was made available for a 30-day public review ending on March 10, 2008.

The Route Planning and Environmental Assessment Report (Part 1) for the North Section can be viewed in the following files:

Plans of the Recommended Plan for the North Section are available to download by clicking on one of the links below.

Plans for the South Section are available through the links to the Detail Design projects via highway69.ca

Plans for the North Section are subject to refinement during Detail Design. Caution should be exercised in the use of these plans.

North of Harris Lake Road to North of Magnetawan River (February 2008)
North of Magnetawan River to Key River (February 2008)
Key River to North of Highway 522 (February 2008)


Artist Illustrations (June 2007):
Magnetawan River Crossing (Viewed from North-East)
Bekanon Road Interchange (Viewed from East)
Key River Crossing (Viewed From West)

 

 

Study Area Map
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