Road Closures

Road Closures/Lane Restrictions provides details on closures or lane restrictions due to construction work by the City of Brampton or the Region of Peel, or due to major events such as road races or parades. For information on the Road Construction Projects, click here.

Updates are provided daily from Monday to Friday. Closures or lane restrictions due to vehicular accidents are not listed here.
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Howden Boulevard

From: Vodden St   To: Central Park Dr   Ward: 7

Starting: Thursday, Apr 16 2020   Ending: Friday, Apr 30 2021

​To accommodate better social distancing for active transportation, curb lanes in each direction on Howden Boulevard, from Vodden Street to Central Park Drive, will be converted to temporary bike lanes until further notice. One lane in each direction will remain available to vehicular traffic. Work will begin on April 16, 2020 with the intention of full implementation by April 17, 2020.

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Scott Street Bridge

From: Nelson St E   To: Scott St   Ward: 1

Starting: Saturday, Mar 21 2020   Ending: Friday, Dec 31 2021

For safety reasons, the Scott Street bridge over the Etobicoke Creek diverson channel is closed to car and truck traffic until further notice. The bridge will continue to be open to pedestrians, bicycles, wheel chairs and motorcycles. Bridge repairs are scheduled for 2021.

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Torrome Road

From: Queen St E   To: John St   Ward: 3

Starting: Friday, Jan 31 2020   Ending: Monday, May 31 2021

​Due to the condominium construction at 205 Queen Street East, Torrome Road will be closed from Queen Street East to John Street for approximately 16 months, effective January 31, 2020. Pedestrian access will be maintained at all times.

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Vodden Street - Lane closure

From: Ken Whillans Dr   To: Howden Blvd   Ward: 1,7

Starting: Thursday, Apr 16 2020   Ending: Friday, Apr 30 2021

​To accommodate better social distancing for active transportation, curb lanes in each direction on Vodden Street, from Ken Whillans Drive to Howden Boulevard, will be converted to temporary bike lanes until further notice. One lane in each direction will remain available to vehicular traffic. Work will begin on April 16, 2020 with the intention of full implementation by April 17, 2020.

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