Realigned Brock Road Interchange to Improve Traffic Flow

Highway map with realigned section highlighted

Take Care! Brock Road Interchange Road Pattern will be altered between July 6-10, 2015. Construction staging requires vehicles travelling through the intersection of Brock Road and Highway 407 ETR to be redirected to the newly realigned Brock Road Interchange.  Watch road signs for actual dates.  Changes in the existing routes will include:

Brock Road:

    • All north-south Brock Road traffic will be re-routed to the newly realigned Brock Road
    • The existing traffic signals at existing Brock Road and Highway 407 ETR will be removed

    Southbound:

    • Brock Road traffic destined for Highway 7 westbound will use the new Brock Road / Highway 7 signalized intersection
    • Brock Road traffic destined for Highway 407 ETR westbound will be directed through the new Brock Road / Highway 7 signalized intersection and follow the new ramp to Highway 407 ETR westbound
    • Brock Road traffic destined for Highway 7 eastbound will be directed through the new Brock Road / Highway 7 signalized intersection and follow the new loop-ramp to Highway 7 eastbound

    Northbound:

    • Brock Road traffic destined for Highway 407 ETR westbound will follow the new loop-ramp to Highway 407 ETR westbound
    • Brock Road traffic destined for Highway 7 westbound proceed through the new Brock Road interchange and use the new Brock Road / Highway 7 signalized intersection
    • Brock Road traffic destined for Highway 7 eastbound will be UNABLE to access Highway 7 eastbound from Brock Road during this stage of construction
    • Brock Road traffic destined for Highway 7 eastbound will be detoured to Taunton Road to access Highway 7 east of Brock Road during this stage

Highway 7:

    Westbound:

    • Highway 7 westbound traffic travelling through the area to continue on Highway 7 westerly through Brougham will remain on the current route
    • Highway 7 westbound traffic bound for Highway 407 ETR westbound will remain unchanged on the current route

    Eastbound:

    • Highway 7 eastbound traffic will be directed south at the new Brock Road / Highway 7 signalized intersection and follow the new loop-ramp to continue on Highway 7 eastbound
    • Highway 7 east/west traffic destined for Brock Road north/south will use the new signalized intersection of Highway 7 and Brock Road

Highway 407 ETR:

    Westbound:

    • All traffic destined for Highway 407 ETR westbound from Brock Road will use the new interchange ramps
    • Traffic destined for Highway 407 ETR westbound from Highway 7 westbound will remain on the current route

    Eastbound:

    • Traffic destined for Brock Road north or south, will exit at the new Brock Road interchange, and continue north or south
    • Traffic destined for Highway 7 eastbound will remain on the current route
    • The existing signalized intersection, for Highway 7 eastbound traffic to continue eastbound, will be removed which will allow eastbound traffic from Highway 407 ETR to travel uninterrupted through the interchange  

Note:  In the future, the portion of existing Brock Road from Highway 407 ETR south to Whitevale Road will have its name changed to Elsa Storry Avenue; the portion of existing Brock Road from Highway 407 ETR north to the new Brock Road will be renamed Mowbray Street. The new bypass, which will skirt around the existing Brock Road to the east, will take on the name of Brock Road.