Twenty Redeveloped Highway Service Centres Across the Province Now Complete
Today Ontario celebrated the opening of the redeveloped highway service centre in Innisfil – the final redeveloped service centre on the 400 highway series.
The service centre has opened in time for the Canada Day weekend and will help improve the travel experience for motorists and commuters.
The modern and fully accessible service centre is the 20th highway service centre to be redeveloped since 2009. It provides travellers with eco-friendly, family- friendly and pet-friendly facilities that include fuel and food services, a convenience store, improved truck facilities, tourism information and washrooms.
Ontario’s long-term infrastructure plan will help connect regions, develop new economic opportunities and improve quality of life for Ontarians by supporting critical infrastructure projects in cities, towns, and rural and remote communities all across the province.
Investing in infrastructure across the province is part of the government’s economic plan to build Ontario up. The four-part plan includes investing in people’s talents and skills, making the largest investment in public infrastructure in Ontario’s history, creating a dynamic and innovative environment where business thrives, and building a secure retirement savings plan.
“These redeveloped, state-of-the art service centres will serve motorists better and help enhance the image of Ontario’s highway network while creating jobs that will help boost the economy.” Steven Del Duca, Minister of Transportation
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