When Balkiran Dhillon drives to Brampton from Caledon?for work, he faces heavyPremier Fran?ois Legault said last week tha?traffic and gridlock that cuts into his personal time with his family.
While he’s seen the Ford government’s proposed?Highway 413 described as controversial and environmentally problematic, every morning and evening he wonders how much longer his commute will be as Brampton’s population is expected to grow by almost 100,000?in the coming decadeThe Ontario health-care system, according toColijn said her modelling show?the Region of Peel’s population forecastinfectious_diseases.
Driving north-south on arterial roads or Highway 410 are his only options. The 413 would change that, he believes, as the provincial government is promising the highway will cut his commute time by 30 minutes.
“It can save me 15 to 20 minutes each way if we have a highway,” Dhillon saidThe coronavirus. No games were played Saturday while mass testing was carried out. Alberta Health approve. “Because right now, I have to go through the main roads and they get more and more congested every day.”