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New Route 2 Trans-Canada Highway / Perth-Andover to Woodstock

New Brunswick

Description: The New Brunswick Department of Transportation is proposing the construction of a new section of divided highway. The proposed undertaking will commence just south of the Trans-Canada Highway/Route 190 Interchange in the Village of Perth-Andover, will continue past River de Chute, Florenceville, Hartland, and terminate in the vicinity of the intersection of the Trans-Canada Highway/Route 550 (Connell Road) in the town of Woodstock. The proposed highway will be approximately 70 kilometers in length and will be funded under the Canadian Strategic Infrastructure Fund program.

Federal Responsible Authorities: Transport Canada, Infrastructure Canada, Fisheries and Oceans Canada

Status: News Release - Federal Environment Minister announces decision to refer the project back to the responsible authorities rather than to a mediator or review panel.

Start Date: March 1, 2002

Responsible Authorities Decision Date: August 24, 2004

Consultation Documents