Rose Glen Road Reconstruction

We are planning significant infrastructure improvements on Rose Glen Road to address important active transportation needs. This will include new traffic signals at Croft Street and Rose Glen Road, a multi-use path to accommodate cyclists and pedestrians along the west/south side, and a sidewalk for pedestrians along the east/north side of the road. This page provides information about the project background and time lines as well as the community engagement process as the project progresses.

Rose Glen Road is a key link in the community’s transportation system serving as the main access to businesses, schools, long term care facilities, parks, and individual homes. In its current form, Rose Glen Road is predominately suited to accommodating vehicles only and with the proposed improvements pedestrians, cyclists and other non-vehicular modes can safely be accommodated.

Background

In 2021, the Municipality of Port Hope engaged CIMA+ to complete the detailed design for the proposed Rose Glen Road reconstruction and widening from 125 m north of Ward Street (Trinity College School Entrance) to Philips Road (Rose Glen Road Extension).

Aerial view of Rose Glen Road in the Municipality of Port Hope

Project timelines

The design portion of the project began in 2021 and concluded in the spring of 2022. Construction begins on Monday, June 20, 2022 and is anticipated to last five months. Road excavation won't begin until school is out for the summer. Some lane closures with minimal traffic interruptions are expected in the next few weeks. During this construction, the following will be affected:

  • Rose Glen Road, Ward Street to Croft Street will be closed to through traffic
  • Rose Glen Road, Croft Street to Phillips Road, will experience partial lane closures during working hours and restored to two-way traffic at the end of each day
  • Bus Stop B12 (Transit Route B, Stop #12) at Peacock Blvd., west of Scott Court will not be in service. Transit users can board the bus at Stop B13 (Peacock Blvd and Quinlan Drive) as an alternate

Public Consultation

The comment form closed on Thursday, February 17, at 4:00 p.m.

Public Information Centre (PIC)

The Public Information Centre (PIC) for this project was held on February 3, 2022 at 6:30 p.m. via Zoom video conferencing.

The PIC included:

  • A presentation by the project team that outlines the need for the project, provides an overview of the preliminary design, describes design options currently being considered, and outlines the next steps for the project.
  • An explanation of how you can get involved going forward.
  • An opportunity for members of the public to provide feedback and ask questions.

Review the recording of the meeting to learn more about the project:


We are planning significant infrastructure improvements on Rose Glen Road to address important active transportation needs. This will include new traffic signals at Croft Street and Rose Glen Road, a multi-use path to accommodate cyclists and pedestrians along the west/south side, and a sidewalk for pedestrians along the east/north side of the road. This page provides information about the project background and time lines as well as the community engagement process as the project progresses.

Rose Glen Road is a key link in the community’s transportation system serving as the main access to businesses, schools, long term care facilities, parks, and individual homes. In its current form, Rose Glen Road is predominately suited to accommodating vehicles only and with the proposed improvements pedestrians, cyclists and other non-vehicular modes can safely be accommodated.

Background

In 2021, the Municipality of Port Hope engaged CIMA+ to complete the detailed design for the proposed Rose Glen Road reconstruction and widening from 125 m north of Ward Street (Trinity College School Entrance) to Philips Road (Rose Glen Road Extension).

Aerial view of Rose Glen Road in the Municipality of Port Hope

Project timelines

The design portion of the project began in 2021 and concluded in the spring of 2022. Construction begins on Monday, June 20, 2022 and is anticipated to last five months. Road excavation won't begin until school is out for the summer. Some lane closures with minimal traffic interruptions are expected in the next few weeks. During this construction, the following will be affected:

  • Rose Glen Road, Ward Street to Croft Street will be closed to through traffic
  • Rose Glen Road, Croft Street to Phillips Road, will experience partial lane closures during working hours and restored to two-way traffic at the end of each day
  • Bus Stop B12 (Transit Route B, Stop #12) at Peacock Blvd., west of Scott Court will not be in service. Transit users can board the bus at Stop B13 (Peacock Blvd and Quinlan Drive) as an alternate

Public Consultation

The comment form closed on Thursday, February 17, at 4:00 p.m.

Public Information Centre (PIC)

The Public Information Centre (PIC) for this project was held on February 3, 2022 at 6:30 p.m. via Zoom video conferencing.

The PIC included:

  • A presentation by the project team that outlines the need for the project, provides an overview of the preliminary design, describes design options currently being considered, and outlines the next steps for the project.
  • An explanation of how you can get involved going forward.
  • An opportunity for members of the public to provide feedback and ask questions.

Review the recording of the meeting to learn more about the project:


  • CLOSED: This consultation has concluded.

    Please review all the information on this page and provide your comments and questions on this form. This comment form closes on Thursday, February 17, at 4:00 p.m.

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