$14.7 million going towards Hwy. 400

VAUGHAN, Ont. — Commuters will be able to get home faster and businesses will be better equipped to meet delivery expectations after the reconstruction of the Hwy. 400/Major MacKenzie Drive interchange.

The reconstruction project includes a new bridge to accommodate the future widening of Hwy. 400 to ten lanes, construction of a commuter parking lot in the southwest corner of the interchange and realignment of ramps and installation of new lighting.

One lane of traffic in each direction will be maintained on Major MacKenzie Drive in order to minimize disruption to drivers, while Brennan Paving and Construction of Markham rebuilds the roadway.

Construction is already underway and will be completed by late fall of 2003.

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