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Highway 11 Davidson Functional Planning

A study is underway to improve safety on Highway 11 through Davidson. The functional plan is looking at short-, medium- and long-term options to improve safety issues while supporting the community with future planning.

A truck driving on Highway 11 south Davidson Access

By gathering input and feedback, the Ministry of Highways will determine:

  • What options there are to improve safety at the South Commercial Access in the short and medium term?
  • Where the future interchange will be located?
  • What issues and constraints there are?

An information session and virtual open house was held in December to share information and to gather public feedback.

Next Steps

  • Review Feedback
  • Option Evaluation
  • Functional Design
  • Public Information Session #2 Winter 2024

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