Construction

Each year, Northumberland County identifies areas of roadway that need maintenance.

2022 Construction and paving projects

Please see the list or map below for information about paving and construction projects happening on County roads during the 2022 construction season.

View our 2022 Construction Map

Construction program
Work typeCounty Road(s)Location(s)LengthProposed schedule
Bridge rehabilitation County Road 30 and County Road 8

Bridge Street, Campbellford (Campbellford Bridge)

N/A May 2023 (3 weeks)
Bridge rehabilitation County Road 24 1.7 km west of County Road 25 (Dartford Bridge, Phase 2) N/A Complete
Bridge replacement Pinewood School Road 270 m south of Loomis Road (Loomis Bridge) N/A June - November
Crack sealing County Road 2 West Boundary to 500 m east of Deer Park Road 7.2 km Complete
Crack Sealing County Road 2 Hamilton Road to Lovshin Road 4.4 km Complete
Crack sealing

County Road 9

West Boundary to Woodvale Road

12.3 km

Complete
Crack sealing

County Road 25

Huycke Road to Morganston Works Yard

2 km

Deferred to 2023
Crack sealing

County Road 30

County Road 30 to 9th Line

2.5 km

Deferred to 2023
Culvert rehabilitation

County Road 45

County Road 45 in Alnwick/Haldimand, approximately 125 m north of County Road 22

N/A

Complete
Culvert rehabilitation

County Road 45

County Road 45 in Alnwick/Haldimand approximately 775 m south of County Road 22

N/A

Complete
Culvert rehabilitation

County Road 2

County Road 2 in Alnwick/Haldimand approximately 950 m east of Heron Road

N/A

Complete
Culvert replacement

County Road 45

80 m north of Hickerson Road (Hickerson culvert)

N/A

Summer 2023
Intersection improvements

County Road 18

260 m south of Telephone Road to 380 m north of Telephone Road

0.64km

July-November
Intersection improvements

County Road 18

440 m south of Danforth Road to Danforth Road

0.44km

July - November
Micro-surfacing

County Road 23

Massey Road to Edwardson Road

3.1 km

Complete
Micro-surfacing

County Road 9

150 m east of Woodvale School Road to County Road 28

1.5 km

Complete
Micro-surfacing

County Road 9

County Road 28 to Cavan Road

2.6 km

Complete
Micro-surfacing County Road 25 300 m south of County Road 21 to 100 m north of Highway 401 3.3 km Complete
Paving

County Road 2

Normar Road to 70 m west of Caruthers Road

3.7 km

Complete
Paving

County Road 25

County Road 29 to County Road 24

4.3 km

Complete
Paving

County Road 18

County Road 9 to Gores Landing

2.2 km

Complete
Paving (Paved shoulders only) County Road 20 500 m north of King Street to 300 m north of King Street - paved shoulders only 0.2 km Complete
Paving

County Road 42

County Road 30 to West Boundary 3.1 km Complete
Rail crossing improvements

County Road 64

450 m south of County Road 2  N/A

May - June

September - October

Retaining wall

County Road 45

500 m north of County Road 15 (Harwood Road) N/A

Summer 2023

Surface treatment

County Road 38

East of Pethericks Corners to Boundary 4.0 km  Complete
Surface treatment

County Road 29

Slade Road to Jewel Road 2.0 km Complete
Surface treatment

County Road 10

County Road 9 to Peterborough County Boundary 6.3 km Complete
Surface treatment

County Road 27

County Road 25 to Massey Road 0.8 km Complete
Surface treatment

County Road 21

Dundonald to FF14396 3.1 km Complete

Work type definitions

Bridge rehabilitation: Rehabilitation work to the existing structure and approaches to repair existing deficiencies and extend the structure's functional life.

Crack sealing: Asphalt preservation that involves sealing existing cracks to improve driveability and extend the life of existing roadway.

Culvert rehabilitation: Work to rehabilitate existing culverts and repair existing deficiencies to extend the structure's functional life.

Intersection improvements: Repairs, replacements and upgrades to correct deficiencies, improve accessibility and/or improve intersection safety.

Micro-surfacing: Asphalt preservation that involves the installation of a thin paved surface to seal and extend the life of the existing roadway.

Paving: Asphalt rehabilitation that involves the removal and reinstatement of the asphalt driving surface.

Retaining wall: Work to rehabilitate and/or replace existing retaining walls and repair existing deficiencies to extend the structure's functional life.

Rail crossing improvements: Work to rehabilitate/install rail crossing safety measures.

Surface treatment: Road pulverization and grading, spreading of emulsion and stone, sweeping and removal of excess material.

Driving in construction zones

Driving safely through construction zones can help protect our loved ones at work on construction sites.

  • Go slow in the zone – speed limits are often lowered in construction zones to keep workers safe around traffic and keep drivers safe from possible hazards
  • Stay alert and proceed with caution
  • Pay close attention to work zone flaggers and directional signs and/or devices
  • Keep a safe distance behind the car in front of you
  • Keep up with the traffic flow
  • Do not change lanes in construction zones
  • Avoid distracted driving including changing radio stations or using mobile phones
  • Keep an eye on workers and their equipment
  • Be patient – work zones are necessary to improve our roads and make them safer