The decision not to award a contract for replacement of aging water and sewer pipes follows Brampton’s decision to pump the brakes on its revamped streetscape plans.
Region to cancel downtown infrastructure work despite decade-old warning
Photos by Joel Wittnebel/renderings from the City of Brampton

Region to cancel downtown infrastructure work despite decade-old warning


The decision not to award a contract for replacement of aging water and sewer pipes follows Brampton’s decision to pump the brakes on its revamped streetscape plans.

Waiting will give the city a chance to deal with unknown costs and changes to the transit plan, but it could put downtown in additional peril because of aging infrastructure.

Consultants warned a decade ago that the utilities would be at a breaking point by 2019.  



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