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Transportation Master Plan Updates

The County of Lennox and Addington is beginning a Transportation Master Plan (TMP) study to guide the County’s transportation programs and road infrastructure investments for the next twenty years. The goal of the study is to assess the transportation needs within the County of Lennox and Addington. Below you will find documentation that updates the progress of the Master Plan:



Transportation Master Plan: Notice of Commencement

Update: Public Information Centre #1 (Presentation)
Update: Public Information Centre #1 (Display Boards)
Update: Public Information Centre #1
(Discussion Questions)
Update: Public Information Centre #2 (Display Boards/Presentation)

Transportation Master Plan Update - Notice of Completion

Transportation Master Plan Report

The County of Lennox and Addington through its Financial and Physical Services Department - Roads & Bridges sector is committed to incorporating advanced technology, wise use of resources, safety, sensitivity to the environment, open communications, and a spirit of cooperation, teamwork and future planning to enable the movement of people and goods through an accessible transportation network.

The County of Lennox & Addington is a large county covering a sprawling area of 2,777 square kilometres stretching from Lake Ontario, in the south, 130 kilometres northward to Renfrew County. In order to allow people who live and work in the county, visitors to the county community and people involved in trade and commerce to travel safely, the county maintains a significant transportation grid including:

  • 458 kilometres of urban, semi-urban and rural roads which includes
    • 298 km of hot mix asphalt road
    • 150 km of surface treated road
    • 10 km of concrete road
  • 50 bridges and 18 major culvert structures
  • One Round-About constructed in 2009 at the intersection of County Road 2 and County Road 4 in Loyalist Township (roundabout information)

View County of Lennox & Addington Road Maps.

The components of the transportation grid are located within the County’s four lower tier municipalities:

  • Township of Stone Mills
    • 163 km of road
    • 26 Structures including 1 boundary bridge
  • Town of Greater Napanee
    • 159 km of road
    • 26 structures including 2 boundary bridges
  • Loyalist Township
    • 98 km of road
    • 13 structures
  • Township of Addington Highlands
    • 38 km of road
    • 3 structures all of which are boundary structures

The County’s road system includes some sections of former provincial highways which were transferred to the County.  They are:

  • Former Provincial Highway Number 2, now known as County Road 2 from the County’s eastern boundary to the County’s western boundary
  • Former Provincial Highway Number 133, now known as County Road 4,  from Provincial Highway 33 to Provincial Highway Number 401
  • Former Provincial Highway Number 41, now known as County Road 41 from Dundas Street in the Town of Greater Napanee to Provincial Highway Number 7

Although the local municipalities maintain the County road system, it remains under the ownership and control of the County.  The County is responsible for all costs of the system’s road, bridge and paving capital construction costs.


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