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Wyecroft Road Extension and Bridge Project


To service increasing traffic demands and provide new travel options, Halton Region is extending Wyecroft Road between Bronte Road and Burloak Drive in the Town of Oakville.

Project details

  • Status: Construction
  • Start: October 2023
  • End: 2026 
  • Project #: PR-3303

The Town of Oakville completed the environmental assessment study for this project in 1994, and issued an addendum in 2006.

About this project

The road extension and bridge crossing will connect the City of Burlington and Town of Oakville over Bronte Creek, providing safe travel options for motorists, pedestrians, cyclists, transit users and first responders. Benefits of the project include:

  • providing motorists with another route, relieving traffic congestion on local roads and the QEW;
  • reducing the amount of time it takes to commute to Appleby and Bronte GO stations;
  • connecting adjacent employment lands, providing business owners, employees and consumers easier access to work and retail;
  • providing alternative transportation options with new pedestrian and cycling infrastructure; and
  • a new watermain to service future growth and support the water supply in Oakville.

Improvements include:

  • New four-lane roadway
  • Bridge
  • Maintaining clean drinking water
  • Multi-use pathways
  • New on-road bike lanes

Project map

Wyecroft Road project map

Project Timeline


  • Project funding approved for extension and bridge crossings.

  • Start of design.

  • Tree removals

  • Anticipated construction start.

  • Anticipated project completion.

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