Highway 407 (21.19 kilometres):

  • Six-lane east-west highway from Brock Road to Highway 412
  • Four-lane east-west highway from Highway 412 to Harmony Road
  • Interchanges at Brock Road, Lake Ridge Road, Baldwin Street (Hwy 7/12), Thickson Road, Simcoe Street and Harmony Road

Highway 412 (10.14 kilometres):

  • Four-lane north-south highway connecting Highway 407 and Highway 401
  • Interchanges at Highway 407, Taunton Road and Highway 401; and partial interchanges at Highway 7 and Dundas Street
  • A 2.5 kilometre realignment of Highway 401 and a new partial Highway 401 partial interchange at Lake Ridge Road
Owner: Province of Ontario
Design Construction and Maintenance: 407 East Development Group
Construction Timing: 2012 to Spring 2016
Construction Value: $1 billion
Road Maintenance Contract: 30 years after completion

Highway 407 (22.19 kilometres):

  • Four-lane east-west highway from Harmony Road in Oshawa to Highway 35/115 in Clarington
  • Interchanges at Enfield Road, Regional Road 57, Darlington-Clarke Townline and Highway 35/115

Highway 418 (10.42 kilometres):

  • Four-lane north-south highway connecting Highway 407 and Highway 401
  • Interchanges at Highway 407, Highway 2 and Highway 401; and a partial interchange at Taunton Road 

Improvements at the Courtice Road/Highway 401 interchange 
Owner: Province of Ontario
Design, Construction and Maintenance:  Blackbird Infrastructure is a consortium of CRH Canada Group Inc. Holcim (Canada) Inc. and Cintra Global Ltd.Cintra Infraestructuras Internacional, S.L.; Dufferin Construction Company, a division of CRH Canada Group Inc. Holcim (Canada) Inc. and Ferrovial Agroman Canada (Construction); Holcim (Canada) Inc. CRH Canada Group Inc.and Cintra Global Ltd. Infraestructuras Internacional, S.L. (Maintenance)
Construction Timing:

  • The initial portion, from Harmony Road in Oshawa to the Taunton Road / Highway 418 interchange in Clarington is scheduled to open to traffic in late 2017
  • The remainder of the mainline (from Taunton Road / Highway 418 to Highway 35/115 in Clarington); and Highway 418 are scheduled to open to traffic by late 2020
  • Construction through the limits of the corridor may not occur sequentially from east to west, or north to south

Construction Value: $1.2 billion
Road Maintenance Contract: 30 years after completion

For more information on Phase 2, visit BBI.