September 23, 2022 By Vaseline

Motorway closures in Halton due to planned road works (23 September)

Avoid traffic jams before they hit: The Department of Transportation has scheduled 27 closures in Halton for September 23 for roadworks on Highway 401, Highway 403, Highway 407 ETR, Highway 6 and the Queen Elizabeth Way.

  • Hwy 401 eastbound at Regional Route 25: Two right lanes closed until 5 a.m. September 23
  • Hwy 401 eastbound on Trafalgar Road: Two left lanes closed until 5 a.m. September 23
  • Hwy 401 East onramp at James Snow Parkway: All lanes closed until 5 a.m. September 23
  • Highway 401 Westbound Express between Regional Road 25 and Guelph Line: one right lane closed from 10 a.m. September 23 to 12 noon September 23
  • Hwy 401 westbound exit on James Snow Parkway: all lanes closed until 5am September 24th
  • Highway 403 eastbound between Plains Road and Lemonville Road: two alternate lanes closed until 5 a.m. September 23
  • Highway 403 eastbound between Queen Elizabeth Way and Erin Mills Parkway: One alternate lane is closed until 5 a.m. September 23

  • Highway 403 eastbound between Queen Elizabeth Way and Erin Mills Parkway: Two alternate lanes will be closed until 5 a.m. September 23
  • Westbound Highway 403 between Waterdown Road and York Boulevard: One alternate lane is closed until 6 a.m. September 23
  • Hwy 407 ETR eastbound exit on Hwy 401: all lanes closed until 5 am September 23
  • Hwy 407 ETR westbound exit on Hwy 401: All lanes closed until 5am September 24th
  • Northbound Highway 6 between York Road and Highway 5: Two left lanes closed until 5 a.m. September 23
  • Queen Elizabeth Way Fort Erie towards Dorval Drive: Two right lanes closed until 6am September 24th
  • Queen Elizabeth Way Fort Erie between Fairview Street/Plains Road and Burlington Skyway: Two left lanes closed until 7am September 24
  • Queen Elizabeth Way Fort Erie between Fairview Street/Plains Road and Burlington Skyway: Two left lanes closed until 7am September 23
  • Queen Elizabeth Way Fort Erie between Guelph Line and Hwy 403/407: Two alternate lanes will be closed until 6 a.m. September 24
  • Queen Elizabeth Way Fort Erie, off Dorval Drive: Two alternate lanes will be closed until 6am on September 24th
  • Queen Elizabeth Way Fort Erie, Kerr Street exit: Two alternate lanes will be closed until 6am on September 24
  • Queen Elizabeth Way Fort Erie, Northshore Boulevard / Highway 2 exit: All lanes closed from 11pm September 23 to 5am September 26

  • Queen Elizabeth Way Fort Erie, Northshore Boulevard/Hwy 2 exit: All lanes closed until 5 a.m. September 24
  • Queen Elizabeth Way Fort Erie, Approach to Guelph Line: All lanes closed until 5am on September 24th
  • Queen Elizabeth Way Toronto between Brant Street and Guelph Line: Three alternating lanes closed until 5am September 24th
  • Queen Elizabeth Way Toronto between Bronte Road and West Mall/Evans Avenue: one alternate lane closed until 5am September 23
  • Queen Elizabeth Way Toronto between Bronte Road and West Mall/Evans Avenue: Two alternate lanes will be closed until 5am on September 23
  • Queen Elizabeth Way Toronto between Northshore Boulevard/Highway 2 and Fairview Street/Plains Road: One right lane closed until 6am September 23
  • Queen Elizabeth Way Toronto, Fairview Street/Plains Road Exit: One left lane is closed until 6am September 23
  • Queen Elizabeth Way Toronto, Brant Street ramp: All lanes closed until 5am on September 24th

Need to travel further? Motorway closures for planned roadworks outside Halton

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This story was auto-generated from Ontario 511 open data. These closures are planned for short-term or urgent repairs and maintenance on provincial highways in the Oakville, Burlington, Milton and Georgetown areas. The interruptions may be temporary or permanent and may change due to weather, emergencies and other factors.