Waterdown/Aldershot Transportation Master Plan

Public Information Centre - March 2, 2017

The City of Burlington, City of Hamilton and Halton Region will be holding a joint Public Information Centre to present the 90% Design of Waterdown Road. The proposed construction will consist of:

  • Road widening to accommodate an ultimate 4 lane cross section. The road will be striped as a 3 lane cross section until traffic volumes increase.
  • Installation of curb and gutter and a multi-use pathway on the west side
  • Storm sewer installation
  • New traffic signal at Waterdown Road and Mountain Brow Road
  • New street lighting
  • Watermain replacement (includes watermain replacement on Flatt Road and Ireson Road)
  • Utility relocations and landscaping

Meeting details

Representatives from Halton Region, the City of Hamilton and the City of Burlington will be in attendance to answer any questions. The meeting will be held on:

Date: Thursday March 2, 2017
Time: 6:30 to 9 pm. Presentation at 7 pm
Location: Woodview School - Gym, 69 Flatt Road, Burlington

Residents and property owners will have an opportunity to review and comment on the project drawings, review property and driveway implications, and discuss any potential disruptions that may be caused from the construction of the proposed works. Comments and information regarding the project will be collected to assist the project team during the finalization of the Detailed Design process.

Do you require accessibility accomodation to participate? Please contact our Accessibility Coordinator at 905-335-7600  ext.7685 or judi.lytle@burlington.ca by Monday, February 27, 2017 so that arrangements can be made in a timely manner. 

Information will be collected in accordance with the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.  With the exception of personal information, all comments will become part of the public record.   

 

The Waterdown/Aldershot Transportation Master Plan or WATMP is being conducted by the City of Hamilton, the City of Burlington and Halton Region (the Project Partners).

The Master Plan identifies a future transportation network that will service urban development in the community of Waterdown.

Study status: Completed

Classification: Master Plan
North-South Road Class EA - Phases 3 & 4
East-West Road Class EA - Phases 3 & 4

Locations of road improvements (PDF, 303 KB)


North-South/Waterdown Road Corridor Class EA

The Waterdown Road Corridor Class EA has received conditional approval from the Minister of Environment and Climate Change. The conditions are:

  • Carrying out monitoring studies and mitigation for Species at Risk during all phases of construction as outlined in the Environment Study Report;
  • Consulting with the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry and Conservation Halton, to implement recommendations that ensure impacts to Sassafras-Waterdown Woods are minimized or mitigated;
  • Obtaining required authorizations under Species at Risk Act (2007) before commencing constructions; and
  • Developing a Wildlife Road Crossing Safety Plan for the Project.

The Cities of Hamilton and Burlington are now proceeding with detail design of Waterdown Road.

50% Design of Waterdown Road

The City of Burlington, City of Hamilton and Halton Region have presented the 50% Design of Waterdown Road. You can view the information presented under Public consultation on this page.

The proposed construction will consist of the following works:

  • Road widening to accommodate an ultimate 4 lane cross section. The road will be striped as a 3 lanes cross section until traffic volumes increase.
  • Installation of curb and gutter and a multi-use pathway on the west side
  • Storm sewer installation
  • New traffic signal at Waterdown Road and Mountain Brow Road
  • New street lighting
  • Watermain replacement (Includes watermain replacement on Flatt Road and Ireson Road)

East-West Road Corridor Class EA

The East-West Road Corridor Class EA has received full approval from the Minister of Environment and Climate Change.

The City of Hamilton is now proceeding with detail design.


Public Information Centre #2 - 50% Design of Waterdown Road
To be held Thursday March 2, 2017
A joint PIC to provide an opportunity to review and comment on the project drawings, review property and driveway implications, and discuss any potential disruptions that may be caused from the construction of the proposed works.

Public Information Centre #1 - 50% Design of Waterdown Road
Held May 26, 2016
Provided an opportunity to review and comment on the project drawings, review potential property and driveway implications and discuss any potential disruptions that may be caused from the construction.
Display panels (PDF, 7 MB) | Presentation (PDF, 4 MB) | Comment sheet (PDF, 513 KB)

50% Design Plans

Contact us

Margaret Fazio
Phone: 905-546-2424 ext. 2218
Email: margaret.fazio@hamilton.ca