SUDBURY, ONT.—The province is investing $173.4 million in order to four-lane a section of Highway 69 between Sudbury and Parry Sound in northern Ontario.
Work begins this winter on the 14-kilometre stretch, which spans just north of Highway 607 to just north of Highway 522. Two new interchanges and 10 new bridges will be built, including four major structures over the Pickerel and French rivers. The province awarded the contract to J & P Leveque Bros Haulage Limited and completion is expected in 2020. The new section of Highway 69 will join the 11 kilometres of four-laning currently under construction between Highways 64 and 607.
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