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Road Design Projects

Wellington Neighbourhood Renewal Programs

The Wellington Neighbourhood Renewal Programs, D1 and D2, are currently in the design stage. They include the reconstruction of infrastructure and roadways in Barrie's Wellington neighbourhood.

This neighbourhood contains some of Barrie's oldest subsurface infrastructure outside of the downtown core, and was identified as a candidate for full right of way reconstruction based on aggregated risk associated with surface and subsurface infrastructure. Given the age and deteriorated condition of infrastructure, other lifecycle strategies are not expected to significantly extend the existing remaining life of current assets or deliver expected service levels.

Full reconstruction of the right of ways in this neighbourhood will improve service levels to the community and reduce the risk of asset failures and service disruptions. This will reduce capital and operating costs in the long term, minimize disruption to the community, and limit environmental damage from construction. Learn about pavement management.

Wellington D1 Neighbourhood Renewal Program

RoadwaysProject FeaturesSchedule

Berczy Street

Amelia Street

Theresa Street

Worsley Street

  • Road reconstruction
  • Watermain replacement
  • Sanitary sewer replacement and upgrading to current City standards 
  • Sanitary lateral replacement to property line, 
  • Storm sewer replacement and installation,
  • Sidewalk replacement, and streetlight upgrades

Design: 2018

Construction: 2021

Wellington D2 Neighbourhood Renewal Program

RoadwaysProject FeaturesSchedule

Dundonald Street
(Codrington to Collier)

Albert Street
(Codrington to Amelia)

Amelia Street
(Ravine to Duckworth) 

  • Road reconstruction
  • Watermain replacement
  • Sanitary sewer replacement and upgrading to current City standards 
  • Sanitary lateral replacement to property line, 
  • Storm sewer replacement and installation,
  • Sidewalk replacement, and streetlight upgrades

Design: 2018–2022

Utility Relocations: 2022

Construction:  
2023–2025

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