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Glen Huron Bridge has been in service since 1950s.  County of Simcoe is undertaking a bridge rehabilitation to extend the service life of the structure and make other improvements including replacement of bridge barriers and new steel beam guiderails to improve traffic safety and asphalt pavement to improve driving comfort over the bridge.

Timelines (subject to change as project proceeds​)

Construction will begin in May 2024 and continue until August 2024.

Impacts to drivers and neighbours

During Bridge Rehabilitation operations, Concession 8 South Nottawasaga will be closed throughout the duration of the Contract between County Road 124 and Sideroad 15&16W.  The designated Detour Route shall be 15/16 Sideroad Nottawasaga, Concession 6 South Nottawasaga, County Road 91, and County Road 124.  Local access for residents will be maintained throughout the Closure via County Road 124, north of the bridge and 15/16 Sideroad Nottawasaga south of the bridge.  We ask that extra precautions be taken and that you observe all detour and advisory signage during the Bridge Rehabilitation activities.  We also appreciate your continued patience during this vital improvement to the County of Simcoe transportation network.

County’s Commitment and Experience

The County of Simcoe continues to invest in keep the infrastructure in a state of good repair.

We appreciate the public’s patience as we ensure that work on this significant improvement is being completed safely and properly and according to the County’s requirements

Project Contact

Jae Park
Project Engineer
County of Simcoe
705.735.6901 ext. 1166