The federal government has offered up to $32 million in support for the Queen Elizabeth Way (QEW) – Dixie Road Interchange project. With provincial matching contributions, the project cost could reach $65 million.
This project will see a complete reconfiguration of the Dixie Road Interchange on the Queen Elizabeth Way (QEW), connecting Toronto and Mississauga. Both the Dixie Road bridge and the Ogden Road pedestrian bridge over the QEW will be replaced through this initiative.
A news release says: “The Government of Canada has selected this project for funding consideration of up to $32.5 million under the New Building Canada Fund’s Provincial-Territorial Infrastructure Component-National and Regional Projects. This funding is conditional on the project meeting applicable federal eligibility requirements with respect to the New Building Canada Fund and the signing of a contribution agreement.”