​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Project Overview

The Williams Parkway redesign is focused on delivering a Complete Streets experience for residents. This means the design and operation of our streets will provide for the needs of users of all ages and abilities, including pedestrians, cyclists, transit users, and drivers.

Following the June 23rd, 2021 presentation to Council, staff has been directed to move forward with the detailed design of Williams Parkway that includes:

  • Four general purpose lanes,
  • Resurfacing of the existing road,
  • Installation of a multi-use path on both sides of the road, and
  • Enhanced streetscaping in the boulevards.

Staff will also be reviewing options to install noise walls beyond the limits where the current noise wall is.

The goal for the Williams Parkway redesign is to provide streets for people – a safe and comfortable street experience that provides options for multiple modes of transportation with environmentally friendly features such as trees and enhanced landscaping.

Detailed design for the approved road construction will take place over the next few years in coordination with the Region of Peel and the Ministry of Transportation.

Proposed view between Vodden and Mclaughlin

View between Vodden St. & McLaughlin Rd., looking wes​t​

Elderwood Place Intersection

View at Elderwood Pl. intersection, looking east

Proposed midblock crossing

View between Kennedy Rd. & Centre St., looking west

View between Dixie and North Park

View between Dixie Rd. & North Park Dr., looking west ​​​

Please note: The images shown above depict a concept design but may be subject to change based on the detailed design. The proposed landscaping, trees, and center ​​median planting beds are planned to be low maintenance and the images shown above are for rendering purposes only.​​​

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