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Active transportation a city concern around the 401

Belleville is sending to Queens Park a long list of issues it wants the province to address in its plan to widen Highway 401 in this area.

In his report to council Monday night, Manager of Engineering Ray Ford identified six issues including preliminary design alternatives which close the Highway 37 interchange.

The report says the interchange is “important to the economy of the city.”

The city also wants a cyclist connection “under” the 401 at the Moira River.

Local officials are concerned the 401 has effectively cut the community in half and want that changed with the widening project.

 

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