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Notice of road closure on Britannia Road in Milton

As part of the road reconstruction project occurring on Regional Road 25 in Milton, Britannia Road between Bronte Street/First Line to Regional Road 25 will be closed from July 9th – 16th, 2012.

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Traffic on highway 401 at night

407 operator facing $25 million lawsuit

The company that operates the 407 highway has been hit with a $25-million class action lawsuit over its allegedly “callous” toll collection practices. Hamilton lawyers David Thompson and Matthew

Milton truck inspection station on Hwy. 401

Gravel haulers interrupt truck inspections in Milton

Truck inspection activities have been ground to a halt at the Trafalgar South Inspection Station over the past two days, as disgruntled gravel haulers have overtaken the site

Smart Commute Halton Carpool Week

Halton Region named Smart Commute Gold Workplace for 2012

For the first time, Halton Region has been designated as a Smart Commute Gold Workplace by Smart Commute, a program of Metrolinx. The Smart Commute Workplace designation is

Halton Regional Police

Serious crash in Milton sends three to hospital

Halton Regional Police are investigating a serious crash that occurred in Milton (Nassagaweya) Monday evening. Shortly before 6 p.m. a 2012 Ford was northbound on Second Line Nassagaweya.

Halton Region roundabout Tremaine Rd.

Improvements to Tremaine Rd. make for shorter, smoother commutes

Commuters, residents and visitors will benefit from increased safety and improved traffic flow throughout Milton thanks to the reconstruction of Tremaine Road. This major infrastructure project included widening Tremaine

Halton Regional Police

Serious collision closes Steeles at Sixth Line

Halton Regional Police are investigating a serious injury collision in the Town of Halton Hills. At approximately 10 p.m. on Wednesday November 16, 2011 a transport truck carrying

Milton GO Bus on Highway 401

GO Bus strike averted

Metrolinx has successfully reached an agreement with the Amalgamated Transit Union and all GO Transit service will operate as usual on Monday, October 24. 1,500 GO bus drivers and

GO Bus strikes expected across GTA

Commuters should prepare for headaches Monday morning as 1,500 GO bus drivers and other workers appear set to walk off the job. The transit union had yet to reach

Milton Ontario Newspaper

Milton Newsstand: October 13, 2011

Milton Newsstand is a weekly rundown of links to current Milton news headlines around the mighty interweb. This week, Premier McGuinty was re-elected, voter turnout in Halton was

First regional dual-lane roundabout set to open in Milton

The first Regional dual-lane roundabout, at Tremaine Road and Main Street in Milton, will open to traffic on Tuesday, October 11. “Ensuring the right infrastructure is in the right

Halton Regional Police

No fatalities after six-car pileup on 401 near Milton

Only one person was sent to hospital following a six-vehicle pileup on Highway 401 Friday night. The collision occurred between Guelph Line and Highway 25. The eastbound side of

New roads, new rules

You may have noticed the roundabout recently opened at the intersection of Tremaine Rd. and Main St. in west Milton. If you've driven on the QEW between between

Milton News

Milton Newsstand: August 26, 2011

Milton Newsstand is a weekly rundown of links to current Milton news headlines around the mighty interweb. This week, the government *gasp* green lights Milton's hospital expansion plan,

Highway 401

GTA commute remains worst in Canada

Toronto held on to its title as the worst region for commuting in the country, according to a Statistics Canada survey released Wednesday. It takes an average of 33

OPP Special investigations unit

SIU investigating death of Milton motorcyclist near Guelph

The SIU has been called in to investigate after a motorcycle rider was injured in a collision. The OPP said the man, along with several other motorcyclists, was fleeing

Milton farmer Peter Lambrick

Rural road rage

When Peter Lambrick drives to work, he runs the gauntlet of rude gestures, angry honking and risky manoeuvres by other motorists. Rural road rage is at full throttle as

Cow on the loose in Milton

Meandering cow captured safely in Milton

A meandering cow that had eluded capture in the Milton area since late last month is in custody. Police say the bovine was apprehended without incident Thursday in a

Cow on the loose in Milton

Drivers beware! Cow on the loose in Milton

There's a cow on the loose and police in Milton are warning motorists to watch out for the wandering bovine. Halton police say they've received seven different sightings of

Halton Regional Police

Serious 3 vehicle collision in Milton

A serious 3 vehicle collision has sent six people to area hospitals, with one in very serious condition. On Saturday May 14th, 2011 at approximately 11 a.m. police

Highway 401 at James Snow Parkway in Milton

Highway 401 car accident leaves man in critical condition

Ontario Provincial Police are looking for witnesses, as they investigate a serious single car rollover. It happened early Friday morning on the ramp going eastbound Highway 401 from James

Traffic on highway 401 at night

Halton’s Transportation Master Plan for 2031

Former candidate for Milton Town Council (Ward 1), member of the Hawthorne Village Residents Association (HVRA) and concerned citizen Martin Capper recently attended the public information session on

Serious crash closes 401 near Guelph Line

Police are amazed that nobody was badly hurt in a seven-vehicle crash that closed Highway 401 shortly after 8 a.m. It happened when a tractor-trailer hauling 30 tonnes of

Heavy snow expected for parts of GTA Tuesday

Tuesday evening’s commute may become snarled as up to 15 cm of snow is expected to fall in parts of the GTA. A low pressure system that has dumped

Weather strands beer convoy in Milton

A convoy of six beer vats making its way from Hamilton to Toronto is parked in Milton until Monday night. The tractor trailers hauling the vats are parked on the

Beer convoy blocking traffic in Milton

A massive convoy of beer making its way from Hamilton Harbour to a Molson Coors facility near Pearson International Airport continues to block traffic this morning, this time

Giant beer tank coming through Milton

Frank DeVries had a problem. Actually, he had six, and they were made of stainless steel. DeVries is the man in charge of transporting six beer fermenters to the

Police clear Milton school bus driver

A week ago, we were the first to offer our $.02 on the big story being floated around town claiming that a Bishop Reding bus became trapped on

Highway 401

GTA needs road tolls and taxes now to avoid transit disaster: report

Alliance reveals list of revenue-generators that could transform how the GTA moves In one of the strongest arguments yet for road tolls and other money-raising methods, a coalition of

Derry Road underpass update

Earlier this week, Local and Regional Councillor Colin Best posted an update on the Hawthorne Villager forums on the possible acceleration of a project critical those living in

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