Beverly Street Reconstruction and CP Underpass Construction

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Project details

The City of Cambridge is looking for public feedback on the Beverly Street Detail Design which includes:

  • road reconstruction on Beverly Street from Dundas Street North to Elgin Street North;
  • a new multi-use trail (MUT) connection from Beverly Street to the existing Elgin Street underpass; and
  • a new pedestrian underpass at the CP rail crossing.

Information about this project is also available on our main City of Cambridge website.

Public consultation

Public consultation is an integral component of the study to seek input from the local road users and stakeholders. The City would like to gather feedback on matters that are most important to the community for the design of Beverly Street within the existing design guidelines.

Two Public Information Centres were completed as part of the Environmental Assessment (EA) to present and receive feedback on:

  • study area issues;
  • preliminary design alternatives; and
  • the recommended plan.

An additional Public Information Centre is being held on this virtual platform in mid-November to receive feedback on the detail design.

This project is important to all stakeholders, property owners and road users within the project limits, and the project team values your input in the decision-making process.

Project timeline

The design is currently 60% complete and is scheduled to be finished early in 2021. The construction of this project is currently scheduled to be completed in two phases, with the pedestrian underpass constructed in 2021 and Beverly Street road reconstruction in 2023.

Project details

The City of Cambridge is looking for public feedback on the Beverly Street Detail Design which includes:

  • road reconstruction on Beverly Street from Dundas Street North to Elgin Street North;
  • a new multi-use trail (MUT) connection from Beverly Street to the existing Elgin Street underpass; and
  • a new pedestrian underpass at the CP rail crossing.

Information about this project is also available on our main City of Cambridge website.

Public consultation

Public consultation is an integral component of the study to seek input from the local road users and stakeholders. The City would like to gather feedback on matters that are most important to the community for the design of Beverly Street within the existing design guidelines.

Two Public Information Centres were completed as part of the Environmental Assessment (EA) to present and receive feedback on:

  • study area issues;
  • preliminary design alternatives; and
  • the recommended plan.

An additional Public Information Centre is being held on this virtual platform in mid-November to receive feedback on the detail design.

This project is important to all stakeholders, property owners and road users within the project limits, and the project team values your input in the decision-making process.

Project timeline

The design is currently 60% complete and is scheduled to be finished early in 2021. The construction of this project is currently scheduled to be completed in two phases, with the pedestrian underpass constructed in 2021 and Beverly Street road reconstruction in 2023.

  • The City of Cambridge is looking for public feedback for the proposed road reconstruction project on Beverly Street from Dundas Street W. to Samuelson Street.  Project team values your input in the decision-making process.  The design for the road reconstruction and Multi Use Trail that include CP rail under pass construction is currently 60% complete and is scheduled to be finished in December 2020.  Construction of this project will occur in two phases:

    • Phase 1: Construction of CP Rail under Pass – Summer of 2021
    • Phase 2: Construction of Beverly Street, that include full road reconstruction, Multi Use Trail and Regional Watermain Construction – tentatively scheduled for 2023
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