Building Transportation and Transit Infrastructure in the Greater Golden Horseshoe

Doug Ford and Ontario PC’s will get you out of gridlock with Highway 413 and the Bradford Bypass 

With the population of the Greater Golden Horseshoe expected to reach almost 15 million people over the next 30 years, Ontario’s PC government released Connecting the GGH: A Transportation Plan for the Greater Golden Horseshoe

With more than 100 immediate and near-term actions, including building Highway 413 and the Bradford Bypass, the plan will support population and employment growth, reduce gridlock, connect communities, and improve people’s access to jobs, housing, health care and education.

“Our government is saying ‘yes’ to building the roads, highways and public transit needed to unlock our full economic potential and keep our province moving forward,” said Doug Ford, MPP for Etobicoke North and Premier of Ontario. “As we attract more skilled workers to Ontario, we need to build more roads and highways to keep up with population growth. Highway 413 and the Bradford Bypass are a critical part of our plan to build Ontario as we connect communities, reduce gridlock and get goods to market sooner.”

Increased highway capacity means Ontarians get home faster so more time can be spent with loved ones, and goods get to market faster. Ontario PC’s are saying “yes” to getting you out of gridlock.