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County Road 93 Roundabout Project


The County of Simcoe, in partnership with the Towns of Midland and Penetanguishene, completed a Schedule “B” Municipal Class Environmental Assessment (EA) in 2018 for the County Road 93 Complete Streets project. As an alternative to the existing signalized intersection, a roundabout option was considered and subsequently determined to be the preferred solution. 

To learn about the many benefits of roundabouts, visit our Roundabouts page.

About the project 

The value of construction for the County Road 93 roundabout was $7.8 million, with the roundabout opened in October 2021.​ Similar to a signalized intersection, traffic is required to slow down in advance of the roundabout, with the speed limits reduced to 50 km/h from all four directions approaching the roundabout to ensure vehicles are approaching at a safe speed. The roundabout was​ designed with two lanes of capacity to ensure it can handle the current and projected future traffic in the area.

For more information on adapting to roundabouts, visits our dedicated Roundabouts ​page.