407 EDG Toll Road
The 407 East Phase I is the largest toll road concession project in the province of Ontario since the privatization of the 407 ETR.
- 710,6M € investment
- 35 km of length
The 407 and its different extensions constitute a high-capacity alternative to the most congested toll road in North America: the 401, or northern ring road of Toronto.
The first phase of the 407 East Extension is comprised of an extension of approximately 22 kilometers (14 miles) toward the east from Brock Road in Pickering to Harmony Road in Oshawa, in the province of Ontario. It also includes the connection with the 401 toll road through a new 10 kilometers (6.2 mile) link that will be located east of Lake Ridge road.
This toll road runs through the habitat of five protected species. In order to preserve the environment, the design and construction will be carried out using the latest environmental conservation techniques.
The 407 East Phase I is Cintras first availability payment project with no toll collection or traffic risk in North America. 407 EDG will be responsible for maintenance, rehabilitation and incident response, whereas 407 ETR will be in charge of the toll collection systems. The province of Ontario will establish the tolls and keep the revenues in an explicit toll system.
Engine of development
This toll road plays a key part in the economic development of the eastern end of the GTA (Greater Toronto Area). The project will spur the creation of more than 13,000 new jobs, thereby contributing to the creation of employment in Canada and stimulating its economic growth.
By the end of 2019 the JV team will be finishing the final stretch of the extension of the Hwy 407 to the East, connecting Hwy 403 and the QEW in the Burlington area to Hwy 35/115 in Durham Region.