Frequently Asked Questions

The Bradford Bypass is a new 16.3-kilometre, controlled access freeway connecting Highway 400 in the County of Simcoe and Highway 404 in the Regional Municipality of York.

When complete, the freeway will extend from Highway 400 between 8th Line and 9th Line in Bradford West Gwillimbury, cross a small portion of King Township and connect to Highway 404 between Queensville Sideroad and Holborn Road in East Gwillimbury. The project specific assessment of environmental impacts in accordance with Ontario Regulation 697/21: Bradford Bypass Project (O. Reg. 697/21), is currently underway and expected to be complete in 2023. The Route Planning study for the Bradford Bypass and the Environmental Assessment (EA) and Recommended Plan were previously completed by the ministry and approved in 2002.

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