Jun 20, 2011
On Saturday, June 25 at 11 p.m. until Sunday, June 26 at 9 a.m. eastbound and westbound
lanes on Highway 401 from Hurontario Street to Mavis Road will be closed for the removal of the
old Hurontario Street bridge.
"As part of the work to widen Highway 401, a full closure of the eastbound and westbound
lanes is necessary and detour routes during the critical hours will be in effect," said
Zeljko Subic, capital project manager, Engineering & Works Division.
During this closure, Highway 401 traffic will be detoured as follows:
Highway 401 eastbound traffic will be detoured onto Mavis Road south to Britannia Road,
east to Hurontario Street, and north to Highway 401 East.
Highway 401 westbound traffic will be detoured onto Hurontario Street north to
Courtneypark Drive, west to Mavis Road, and south to Highway 401 West.
Hurontario Street will have one northbound lane open and two southbound lanes
Ramp from Highway 410 southbound to Highway 401 westbound will be closed. Traffic will
be detoured off Highway 410 southbound at Derry Road, west to Mavis Road, and south to Highway
Information signs will be posted on the highway in advance of, and during the closure to
provide motorists with alternative routes.
For more information on the road closure please contact Zeljko Subic, capital project manager,
Engineering & Works Division at 905-615-3200 extension 5830.
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Public Affairs Consultant
City of Mississauga
905-615-3200 ext. 5050