Trans Canada Trail Bridges Replacement

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Communities across Ontario are striving to promote healthier lifestyles through opportunities for accessible physical activity. Walking and hiking are some of the simplest forms of physical activity and it's often one of the most popular leisure activities pursued by residents. Currently the largest section of off-road trail in Innisfil is the Thornton Cookstown Trans Canada Trail, a 14km shared use trail.

To ensure the Trans Canada Trail in Innisfil can be used for many years to come, the Town is replacing two pedestrian bridges between the 14th and 15th Lines that are in poor condition. We're happy to share that the Town has received funding through the Trans Canada Trail grant in the amount of $150,000 to make these much needed improvements.

Schedule:

The Construction contract has been awarded to Serve Construction and is scheduled to start in March 2021 and Completed in the Fall of 2021. During construction this section of trail will be closed.

Communities across Ontario are striving to promote healthier lifestyles through opportunities for accessible physical activity. Walking and hiking are some of the simplest forms of physical activity and it's often one of the most popular leisure activities pursued by residents. Currently the largest section of off-road trail in Innisfil is the Thornton Cookstown Trans Canada Trail, a 14km shared use trail.

To ensure the Trans Canada Trail in Innisfil can be used for many years to come, the Town is replacing two pedestrian bridges between the 14th and 15th Lines that are in poor condition. We're happy to share that the Town has received funding through the Trans Canada Trail grant in the amount of $150,000 to make these much needed improvements.

Schedule:

The Construction contract has been awarded to Serve Construction and is scheduled to start in March 2021 and Completed in the Fall of 2021. During construction this section of trail will be closed.