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Road Construction Project

Mapleview Drive East Improvements 

This project improves road service along Mapleview Drive East (Country Lane to Yonge) for current and anticipated increases in traffic volumes as development continues in the area.

Project Features

  • Storm sewers
  • Watermains
  • Reconstruction and widening of Mapleview Drive East to five lanes including: new road granulars, subdrains, concrete curb and gutter, and hot mix asphalt
  • Concrete sidewalk on the south boulevard
  • Multi-use trail on the north boulevard
  • Streetlights
  • Traffic signals

Project Updates

October 23, 2019
  • ​The base asphalt paving on the south side of Mapleview was completed today (October 23) and temporary line painting is to follow over the next few days.
  • The Contractor will be completing the remaining boulevard restoration work over the next couple weeks.
  • Additional traffic lanes will start being opened up as the restoration and outstanding electrical work progresses.       
September 16, 2019
  • ​Vehicle traffic has been switched to the north side since August 26 and the contractor is currently working on completing the south side of the road up to base asphalt.
  • Curb construction on the south side of the road will commence on September 18 and will be followed with granular road base placement.
  • Base asphalt on the south side of the road has been tentatively scheduled for the week of September 23.
August 23, 2019
Traffic on Mapleview Drive will be switched off the temporary detour road on the south side of the right of way onto the new lanes on the north side of the road on Monday, Aug 26th.  Construction of the three remaining lanes will commence to achieve the ultimate 5-lane roadway (two lanes in each direction with a center turn lane).    
July 31, 2019
  • The closed portion of Madelaine Drive was opened back up as of June 7, 2019.
  • All of the watermain connection work at the Madelaine intersection has now been completed and tested. The electrical conduit work at the Madelaine intersection has also been completed.
  • The Contractor has finished constructing road base on the north side of the new road as well as the granular base for the multi-use trail in the north boulevard.
  • Base asphalt paving of the north side has been scheduled for tomorrow (August 1, 2019).
 May 30, 2019
  • The Contractor is currently finishing up some watermain work near the Madelaine Drive intersection this week and testing of the new watermain is expected to be carried out the week of June 10. Once passed test results are received the the final waterman con​​nection works will be scheduled.
  • The Electrical Subcontractor is preparing to install conduits in the Madelaine Drive intersection.
  • The Contractor is continuing with building the new road base.
 May 15, 2019
  • ​Watermain and sewer work is nearing completion within and beyond the Madelaine Drive intersection.​
  • The closure of Madelaine Drive at the Mapleview Drive East intersection has been extended to May 24, 2019 due to delays that were experienced with the intersection watermain work as a result of the watermain break repair at Yonge Street and Bi​g Bay Point as the recent weather conditions.
 April 30, 2019
  • Watermain and sewer work is progressing within the intersection of Madelaine Drive and Mapleview Drive East.
  • The closure of Madelaine Drive at the Mapleview Drive East intersection has been extended to at least May 13, 2019 due to delays that were experienced with the intersection watermain work as a result of the watermain break repair at Yonge Street and Big Bay Point.
April 3, 2019

Notice of Madelaine Drive Road Closure at Mapleview Drive East

    Madelaine Drive will be closed at the Mapleview Drive East intersection starting on April 15, 2019 and lasting for a period of approximately three (3) weeks. This three (3) week road closure is required to properly and safely construct the new roadway, sanitary sewer, storm sewer and multiple watermain segments and connections within the intersection.

    Lanes on Mapleview Drive East will remain open, however there will be no access to/from Madelaine Drive onto Mapleview Drive East during the closure period.  There will also be detour signage in place to direct motorists around the Madelaine Drive closure and residents will still have access to their properties via Country Lane.

    This Madelaine Drive closure was originally planned to commence in late January, however it was cancelled due to the weather conditions at the time and the decision was made to postpone it until the Spring.
January 22, 2019

Mapleview (Madeline to Country Lane) construction

  • Storm Sewer installation continuing (main line and  catch basin installations)
  • Watermain Chamber Installation preparation works underway at Madelaine Drive, temporary closure of Madelaine anticipated to commence next week.
  • Watermain and appurtenances installation on Mapleview Drive ongoing
November 5, 2018
  • Temporary road has been installed and is in operation to ensure through traffic is maintained throughout the project duration.
  • The existing road surface is being removed (pulverized)
  • Watermain installation is ongoing, and storm sewer installations will start shortly.
September 21, 2018

Mapleview (Madeline to Country Lane) construction

  • Temporary and permanent road construction is ongoing.
  • Storm Sewer structures and sub drain installation is ongoing.
  • Single lane closures occurring daily.
  • Temporary road asphalt scheduled for end of next week (weather dependent). 
August 8, 2018
  • Construction on Mapleview Dr. E. between Country Ln. and Madelaine Dr. has started.
  • Relocation of Hydro Pole and line are in progress
  • Construction of temporary road is scheduled to be completed by end of August 2018.


Estimated Start:June 2018
Estimated Completion:Spring 2020

Affected Services

Sanitary sewer, hydro, telephone, cable TV, and gas services should not be affected by the construction, barring any unforeseen circumstances.

Curbside collection will not be affected. On their normal curbside collection day, area residents are asked to place all garbage, organics, recyclables and yard waste materials at the front of the property as usual. The construction contractor will remove these items and take them to outside of the construction zone for pickup by the City’s waste contractor. Garbage cans, organic bins and recycling boxes will be returned to the property later that day. Please mark your address on all of your containers.

The proposed construction generally should not affect Barrie Transitschedules and routes. Should you have any questions regarding public transit, please call Barrie Transit Customer Services at (705) 739-4209.Access for emergency vehicles will be maintained at all times.

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