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More Bike Lanes, Paved Shoulders And Multi-Use Trails Planned For 2020

Monday January 20th, 2020, 7:28pm


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The County Wide Active Transportation System has some big plans for 2020.

In Amherstburg, Alma Street will see a paved shoulder from Fryer Street to Meloche Road.

In Kingsville, County Road 50 will see a paved shoulder from Front Road to the Arner Townline.

Lakeshore will see a paved shoulder and multi-use trail on County Road 2 from Patillo Road to East Pike Creek.

Leamington will see two projects. The first is bike lanes on County Road 34 from 200m West County Road 33 to 200m East of County Road 33. The second is a multi-use train on County Road 33 from 350m South of Monarch Lane to Mersea Road 12.

Tecumseh will see bike lanes on Manning Road from Riverside Drive to St. Gregory Road.

The total cost for all projects is $3,383,250, with the county paying 40% and the town paying the rest.

Also, four paved shoulder projects will also take place at the cost of $2,800,000 funded entirely by the county.

Those are County Road 18 from County Road 31 to County Road 34, County Road 34 from County Road 18 to Mun #851, County Road 19 from County Road 46 to Highway 401 and County Road 20 from Front Road South to Lowes Side Road.

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