Consists of two direct on-ramps, two loop ramps and two direct off-ramps.
Traffic signals at the end of two off-ramps.
County Road 4 bridge over the Bradford Bypass.
The interchange requires a large property footprint; however, it is contained within the 2002 Approved EA Right-of-Way.
Design Considerations for the County Road 4 Widening Municipal Class Environmental Assessment (MCEA) currently being undertaken by Simcoe County. County Road 4 to be widened to 4 lanes, with additional ramp lanes on the bridge.
No alternatives are proposed at this location.
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Built Heritage (two potential Built Heritage Resources).
Groundwater (Highly Vulnerable Aquifers).
Land Use (Greenlands, Holland Marsh Specialty Area, Settlement Area, Special Policy Area).
Terrestrial Ecosystems (Species at Risk, woodlots).
Transportation & Engineering
Traffic operations based on demand and level of service.
Complexities in traffic staging, constructability and utility relocation.
Interchange is within footprint of the 2002 Approved EA.
County Road 4 Widening Municipal Class Environmental Assessment (MCEA) currently being undertaken by Simcoe County.