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Davis Drive rapidway construction:
August 29 to September 5



Metrolinx and York Region contractors continue the project to build a rapidway — bus-only lanes in the centre of the roadway — along Davis Drive in Newmarket.


As work progresses, expect new ways to enter and exit businesses and residences along Davis. Starting today, Friday, August 29, eastbound vehicles can only turn right from Davis into the 446 Davis Drive plaza. Vehicles can no longer turn left into the plaza from Davis.

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Traffic may only flow one-way around the north side of the building. Signs are in place to direct drivers. Drivers now must exit the plaza from the Superior Street driveway, but contractors will maintain two-way traffic through the plaza’s Superior Street driveway. More parking is available at the back of the building.

Work continues until September 5.


Niagara Street remains closed from Mondays at 7 a.m. until Fridays at 5 p.m. It reopens Saturdays, Sundays and holidays.


Today Friday, August 29, crews finished paving the base layer on the newly widened segments along Davis and around Main Street. They continue to widen the north side of Davis between Patterson Avenue and west of Bayview Parkway. They’ll temporarily close Lundy’s Lane and Bolton Avenue one at time over the next few weeks, as they widen them.

Work continues until September 5.


During Davis Drive rapidway construction, expect delays for:

  • GO Transit express buses operating along the 65 Newmarket / Toronto route; and
  • York Region Transit passengers riding local buses operating along the 44 Bristol, 50 Queensway, 54 Bayview, 55 / 55B Davis Drive, 58 Mount Albert, 223 Newmarket GO shuttle and 520 / 521 Newmarket community routes.

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