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  • Traveller's Road Information Portal - Carpool Lots
    Durham Number of Spaces 248 Barrier Free Spaces 0 Lights Yes Telephone No Transit Yes Directions from here to here Top of page Hwy 401 Burnham St Northumberland Rd 18 Highway Hwy 401 Cross Road Burnham St Northumberland Rd 18 Interchange 472 Enter Lot From Burnham St or Hwy 401 westbound off ramp Town Cobourg Municipality Northumberland Number of Spaces 51 Barrier Free Spaces 0 Lights Yes Telephone No Transit No Directions from here to here Top of page Hwy 401 Camden Rd East Lennox Addington Rd 4 Highway Hwy 401 Cross Road Camden Rd East Lennox Addington Rd 4 Interchange 593 Enter Lot From Camden Rd East or Hwy 401 eastbound off ramp Town Odessa Municipality Lennox Addington Number of Spaces 15 Barrier Free Spaces 0 Lights No Telephone No Transit No Directions from here to here Top of page Hwy 401 Cannifton Rd Hwy 37 Highway Hwy 401 Cross Road Cannifton Rd Hwy 37 Interchange 544 Enter Lot From Cannifton Rd Town Belleville Municipality Hastings Number of Spaces 30 Barrier Free Spaces 0 Lights Yes Telephone No Transit No Directions from here to here Top of page Hwy 401 Comber Rd Hwy 77 Highway Hwy 401 Cross Road Comber Rd Hwy 77 Interchange 48 Enter Lot From 6th Rd Town Comber Municipality Essex Number of Spaces 40 Barrier Free Spaces 2 Lights Yes Telephone No Transit No Directions from here to here Top of page Hwy 401 Division St Northumberland Rd 45 Highway Hwy 401 Cross Road Division St Northumberland Rd 45 Interchange 474 Enter Lot From Division St N Town Cobourg Municipality Northumberland Number of Spaces 90 Barrier Free Spaces 0 Lights Yes Telephone Yes Transit No Directions from here to here Top of page Hwy 401 Elgin Rd Middlesex Rd 73 Highway Hwy 401 Cross Road Elgin Rd Middlesex Rd 73 Interchange 203 Enter Lot From Elgin Rd Town Mossley Municipality Middlesex Number of Spaces 28 Barrier Free Spaces 2 Lights Yes Telephone No Transit No Directions from here to here Top of page Hwy 401 Gardiners Rd Frontenac Rd 38 Highway Hwy 401 Cross Road Gardiners Rd Frontenac Rd 38 Interchange 611 Enter Lot From Gardiners Rd Town Kingston Municipality Frontenac Number of Spaces 56 Barrier Free Spaces 0 Lights Yes Telephone Yes Transit No Directions from here to here Top of page Hwy 401 Guelph Line Main St N Highway Hwy 401 Cross Road Guelph Line Main St N Interchange 312 Enter Lot From Guelph Line Main St N Town Campbellville Municipality Halton Number of Spaces 36 Barrier Free Spaces 0 Lights No Telephone No Transit No Directions from here to here Top of page Hwy 401 Homer Watson Blvd Fountain St Highway Hwy 401 Cross Road Homer Watson Blvd Fountain St Interchange 275 Enter Lot From Fountain St Homer Watson Blvd Town Kitchener Municipality Waterloo Number of Spaces 70 Barrier Free Spaces 4 Lights Yes Telephone Yes Transit No Directions from here to here Top of page Hwy 401 Hurontario St Highway Hwy 401 Cross Road Hurontario St Interchange 342 Enter Lot From World Dr Town Mississauga Municipality Peel Number of Spaces 156 Barrier Free Spaces 4 Lights No Telephone Yes Transit Yes Directions from here to here Top of page Hwy 401 Hwy 15 Highway Hwy 401 Cross Road Hwy 15 Interchange 623 Enter Lot From Hwy 15 Town Kingston Municipality Frontenac Number of Spaces 29 Barrier Free Spaces 0 Lights Yes Telephone No Transit No Directions from here to here Top of page Hwy 401 Hwy 2 Thousand Islands Pkwy Highway Hwy 401 Cross Road Hwy 2 Thousand Islands Pkwy Interchange 647 648 Enter Lot From Hwy 2 Town Gananoque Municipality Leeds Grenville Number of Spaces 46 Barrier Free Spaces 0 Lights No Telephone No Transit No Directions from here to here Top of page Hwy 401 Hwy 25 Main St Bronte Rd Highway Hwy 401 Cross Road Hwy 25 Main St Bronte Rd Interchange 320 Enter Lot From Hwy 25 Martin St or Hwy 401 eastbound off ramp Town Milton Municipality Halton Number of Spaces 57 Barrier Free Spaces 0 Lights Yes Telephone No Transit No Directions from here to here Top of page Hwy 401 Lennox Addington Rd 41 Highway Hwy 401 Cross Road Lennox Addington Rd 41 Interchange 579 Enter Lot From Lennox Addington Rd 41 Town Napanee Municipality Lennox Addington Number of Spaces 50 Barrier Free Spaces 0 Lights Yes Telephone No Transit No Directions from here to here Top of page Hwy 401 Maitland Rd Leeds Grenville Rd 15 Highway Hwy 401 Cross Road Maitland Rd Leeds Grenville Rd 15 Interchange 705 Enter Lot From 2nd Concession Rd Town Brockville Municipality Leeds Grenville Number of Spaces 30 Barrier Free Spaces 0 Lights No Telephone No Transit No Directions from here to here Top of page Hwy 401 Manning Rd Essex Rd 19 Highway Hwy 401 Cross Road Manning Rd Essex Rd 19 Interchange 21 Enter Lot From Sevice road off Manning Rd 400 m south of Hwy 401 Town Windsor Municipality Essex Number of Spaces 48 Barrier Free Spaces 2 Lights No Telephone No Transit No Directions from here to here Top of page Hwy 401 Marysville Rd Hwy 49 Highway Hwy 401 Cross Road Marysville Rd Hwy 49 Interchange 566 Enter Lot From Marysville Rd Town Marysville Municipality Hastings Number of Spaces 19 Barrier Free Spaces 0 Lights Yes Telephone No Transit No Directions from here to here Top of page Hwy 401 Mill St W Essex Rd 42 Highway Hwy 401 Cross Road Mill St W Essex Rd 42 Interchange 56 Enter Lot From Mill St W Essex Rd 42 Town Tilbury Municipality Essex Number of Spaces 41 Barrier Free Spaces 2 Lights Yes Telephone No Transit No Directions from here to here Top of page Hwy 401 Mississauga Rd Highway Hwy 401 Cross Road Mississauga Rd Interchange 336 Enter Lot From Mississauga Rd or Hwy 401 westbound off ramp Town Mississauga Municipality Peel Number of Spaces 69 Barrier Free Spaces 4 Lights No

    Original URL path: http://www.mto.gov.on.ca/english/traveller/trip/carpool_lots.shtml (2014-08-11)
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  • Site Map
    Road Map of Ontario COMPASS Freeway Traffic Management System Winter Road Condition Reports Road Construction Reports Road Closures Central Region Traffic Reports High Occupancy Vehicle HOV Lanes Transit Systems in Ontario Kingston Area Ferry Information Road Signs Specific Routes The Thorold Tunnel Highway 416 Veterans Memorial Highway Highway 11 Four Laning Highway 69 Four Laning Trucks and Buses Information Border Crossing Check List For Carriers and Commercial Drivers Commercial Vehicle Impoundment Program CVIP Daily Truck Trailer and Coach Inspection And Maintenance Requirements Determining Registered Gross Weights for Trucks Towing Light Duty Trailers Driver s Handbooks Green Commercial Vehicle Program Guide to Oversize Overweight Vehicles and Loads in Ontario Hours of Work International Registration Plan Medical Reporting Medical Waiver Program for Commercial Drivers Ontario s Improved Air Brake Z Endorsement Program Public Guideline Carrier Safety Rating and Commercial Vehicle Operator s Registration System Spring Load Restrictions 2004 Vehicle Weight and Dimension Limits in Ontario Products and Services Commercial Vehicle Operator Products Commercial Vehicle Operator s Registration CVOR For Hire Carrier Licensing Requirements Motor Vehicle Inspection Stations Forms Oversize Overweight Permits Frequently Asked Questions Commercial Vehicle Operator Products Commercial Vehicle Operator s Registration CVOR Carrier Safety Ratings Road Safety Impaired Driving Ignition Interlock Break the Law Pay the Price Impaired Driving Programs and Campaigns Vehicle Impoundment Program Impaired Boating Road Safety Topics Driver Safety Vehicle Safety Seasonal Driving Cyclists and Pedestrians Seat Belts Car Seats and Air Bags School Buses Emergency Vehicles Ontario Road Safety Annual Report ORSAR Highway Management COMPASS Freeway Traffic Management System Intelligent Transportation Systems Road Salt Management Drainage Management Highway Corridor Management Ontario Border Improvements Entry level Staffing Programs Snow and Ice Control on Ontario s Highways Anti Icing on Structures Using Fixed Automated Spray Technology FAST Environmental Assessments Ottawa Queensway Preliminary Design and Environmental Assessment Study Class

    Original URL path: http://www.mto.gov.on.ca/english/map.shtml (2014-08-11)
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  • External Links Disclaimer
    to or from this site does not imply on the part of the Government of Ontario any endorsement or guarantee of any of the organizations or information including the right to display such information found on their respective websites The Government of Ontario does not assume and is not responsible for any liability whatsoever for the linking of any of these linked websites the operation or content including the right

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  • Ministry of Transportation
    We will help by giving you the information you need when you need it 5 What are you doing to help local businesses and residents get around during the Games We are currently working on a number of strategies to help keep people moving during the Games including Providing travel information and tools to help people plan trips Working with Smart Commute to provide tips and tools for businesses Temporarily expanding our network of HOV lanes during the Games Working with some companies to shift deliveries outside of peak hours rush hour 6 Will there be priority lanes for athletes Where will they be and who can use them We are planning to temporarily expand the HOV network during the Games HOV priority lanes will be open to Games vehicles emergency vehicles public transit and high occupancy vehicles More details including locations and times for HOV priority lanes will be available closer to the Games 7 Will public transit be available to all events Most events will be reachable by public transit and in most cases it will be the best way for spectators to travel However some venues such as the Minden Wild Water Preserve or the Caledon Pan Am Equestrian Park will not have public transit options during the Games More information about the best ways to reach events will be available closer to the Games 8 Will my Games ticket include the use of public transit Yes Spectators will be able to use one ticket to access public transit and get into an event 9 Will there be accessible transportation provided to and from events Yes Accessible transportation options will be available for every event More information about accessible transportation options will be available closer to the Games 10 Will I be able to cycle or walk to events There are many options for getting around the Greater Golden Horseshoe during the Games The best way to get to events will depend on its location and where you are coming from Depending on the distance you need to travel cycling walking and jogging can all be great options Many venues will have cycling facilities on site so be sure to check back later for information that will help you plan your travel 11 Will there be parking at events Parking will vary by location but will be limited around most venues for security and access reasons In most cases taking public transit walking or cycling will be the best ways for spectators to travel Accessible parking options will be provided at every venue More information about parking will be provided closer to the Games Be sure to plan your trip ahead of time to find out the best ways to reach events 12 Where should I go to get more transportation information during the Games Closer to the Games you will be able to get transportation information several different ways including online through social media and over the radio Keep an eye on ontario ca and toronto2015

    Original URL path: http://www.mto.gov.on.ca/english/pubs/pan-am-games/frequently-asked-questions.shtml (2014-08-11)
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  • Impaired Driving
    true for illegal drugs There are prescription drugs and some over the counter drugs that can also impair your driving ability Tips to remember If you are planning on drinking plan not to drive Ask your doctor about side effects if you use prescription medication or get allergy shots Read the information on the package of any over the counter medicine including allergy and cold remedies Drugs and alcohol together can combine to impair your driving even more drastically ask your doctor or pharmacist Remember fatigue and stress will also affect your ability to drive Top of page Consequences of Drinking and Driving Ontario leads the way in combating drinking and driving through some of the toughest laws and programs in North America Roadside Licence Suspension Fully licensed drivers will face immediate roadside licence suspension for refusing a breath test registering a blood alcohol concentration BAC of 0 05 or more this means there is 50 milligrams of alcohol in every 100 millilitres of blood As of August 1 2010 if you are a fully licensed driver who is 21 and under or a novice driver and are caught with any alcohol in your blood you will receive an immediate 24 hour roadside driver licence suspension and if convicted you will face a fine of 60 500 and a 30 day licence suspension Ontario s Zero BAC Blood Alcohol Concentration for Drivers 21 and Under Transcript Mobile Novice drivers of all ages in the Graduated Licensing System GLS must also maintain a zero BAC while driving As of August 1 2010 if you are a novice driver and are caught with any amount of alcohol in your blood you will receive an immediate 24 hour roadside driver licence suspension and if convicted will face a fine of 60 500 and will receive a suspension period as per the Novice Driver Escalating Sanction scheme up to and including cancellation of the novice licence You will also have to return to the start of GLS Consequences for impaired driving are serious you can lose your licence be fined or spend time in jail You don t have to be over the Criminal Code blood alcohol limit of 0 08 to face serious consequences As of May 1 2009 Ontario has taken measures to help take more drinking drivers off the roads Drivers who register a BAC from 0 05 to 0 08 known as the warn range lose their licence at roadside for 3 7 or 30 days Consequences also get tougher for repeat occurrences Convicted Impaired Drivers If you drive impaired and your blood alcohol concentration BAC is more than 0 08 or you fail or refuse to comply with alcohol or drug testing you can be convicted under the Criminal Code Individuals convicted for impaired driving offences face penalties under Canada s Criminal Code and Ontario s Highway Traffic Act Upon conviction consequences include an additional suspension period alcohol education and treatment programs Ignition Interlock installation and fines Driving related

    Original URL path: http://www.mto.gov.on.ca/english/safety/impaired/index.shtml (2014-08-11)
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  • Driver's Handbook
    the Highway Traffic Act the Motorized Snow Vehicles Act and the Off Road Vehicles Act of Ontario If you re taking beginner driver education make sure it s from a ministry approved school You can find them at www mto gov on ca english dandv driver gradu approve shtml For more information about driver licensing visit www mto gov on ca To request a copy of this book in an

    Original URL path: http://www.mto.gov.on.ca/english/dandv/driver/handbook/index.shtml (2014-08-11)
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  • The Windsor-Essex Parkway - 08/18/2011 News Release
    Windsor Essex Parkway Did you know August 18 2011 Did you know Archives Ontario Border Improvements Windsor Windsor News Sarnia Fort Erie Niagara Thousand Islands Sault Ste Marie Related Links Nexus FAST Border Wait Times About the Ministry Minister Bio About the Ministry Service Commitment Videos Ministry Offices Sustainability Accessibility for Ontarians Printable Forms FAQ s News Ontario Newsroom News Releases New Information House Statements Events Traveller Info Highway 401 Traffic Map Road Closures Kingston Area Ferry Schedule Road Signs High Occupancy Vehicle Lanes Highway 407 ETR Weatheroffice Driver Licensing Driver and Vehicle Licensing Driver Licensing Getting an Enhanced Driver s Licence Ontario Photo Card Getting a Driver s Licence Driver Handbooks On line Renewing a Driver s Licence Driver Training Courses Revoked Driving Schools Commercial Drivers aged 65 79 Demerit Points Driver Improvement Office DriveTest Centres Vehicle Licensing Driver and Vehicle Licensing Vehicle Licensing Insurance Coverage for Seasonal Vehicles Accessible Parking Permit Alternative Vehicles Electric Vehicles Buying or Selling a Used Vehicle Personalized Plates Replacing Plates and Stickers Trucks and Buses Manuals and Guidelines Information Products and Services Tools and Links Public Transit Public Transit in Ontario GO Transit Presto Metrolinx Explore Government Ontario ca Premier of Ontario Aboriginal

    Original URL path: http://www.mto.gov.on.ca/english/engineering/border/news/ (2014-08-11)
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  • Ontario Border Improvements - Sarnia
    traffic with over 4 900 trucks per day with a daily commodity value of 162 million Owner Operator Canada owned and operated by the Blue Water Bridge Authority US owned and operated by the Michigan Department of Transportation FAST NEXUS Both programs are available at the Blue Water Bridge crossing Improvements On May 6 2004 a 115 million investment was announced under BIF for the Blue Water Bridge crossing in Sarnia Point Edward with a commitment of 56 5 million by Ontario 57 5 million by Canada and 1 million by the Village of Point Edward The improvement projects include Reconstructing Highway 402 from Lambton Road 26 to Highway 21 under two contracts Construction of the first contract from Lambton Road 30 to Highway 21 was completed in Fall 2005 Construction of the second contract from Lambton Road 26 to Lambton Road 30 is expected to begin in late Summer 2006 and to be completed Fall 2008 A Queue End Warning System on Highway 402 approaching the Blue Water Bridge is currently under construction and expected to be fully operational in Summer 2006 The system will monitor vehicle speed and will automatically update queue end warning signs for drivers and alert the Ontario Ministry of Transportation Communications Centre Design is nearing completion for the widening of Highway 401 to six lanes between Wellington Road and Highway 402 in London This section which supports both the Sarnia Point Edward and Windsor border crossings Construction is expected to begin in 2006 subject to property and environmental clearances The ministry has published a Transportation Environmental Study Report TESR for the planning preliminary design and environmental assessment study on Highway 402 through Sarnia Point Edward to improve safety and manage truck queues The TESR documents the study recommendations including widening westbound Highway 402 to

    Original URL path: http://www.mto.gov.on.ca/english/engineering/border/sarnia/ (2014-08-11)
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