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Transportation and Environmental Services

During this time of uncertainty, the Transportation and Environmental Services (T+ES) Department will continue to maintain its services with the exception that we will not be open for in-office transactions or to attend non-essential in-person meetings.

Please consult the T+ES web page on the Bruce County website or on-line processes to access services.
If there is a service required that cannot be addressed through the website, please contact us at transportationinfo@brucecounty.on.ca.

The Bruce County Transportation and Environmental Services Department has approximately 650 km of road and approximately 148 bridges under its jurisdiction. The department administers a road system composed of 'collector and arterial' roads, which distinguishes the County system from the local municipal road system. This system provides a consistent level of service between local urban, industrial, commercial and recreational centres. The Transportation and Environmental Services Department also coordinates Waste Management for the County.

News - Transportation and Environmental Services

  • Adopt-a-Highway Program in Bruce County
    Bruce County’s Transportation and Environmental Services department is pleased to announce the return of the Adopt-a-Highway program.
  • Notice of Study Completion – Master Transportation Plan
    The County of Bruce has now completed the Master Transportation Plan (MTP) Study. The purpose of this MTP is to create a safe and reliable transportation system within the County that meets the ground transportation needs of all persons and businesses to the year 2035
Contact us

General Inquiries

Transportation and Environmental Services

Tel : 519-881-2400

Transportationinfo@brucecounty.on.ca

Departments

Bruce County is a lean organization that is focused on providing high quality services to the communities we share and tax payers we work for.

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