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Protecting The Option For Future Interchanges And Grade Separations In The Hanlon Corridor City Of Guelph
Report 10 of the Guelph Transportation Plan, June 1974.

Guelph-Hanlon Awareness Group

Functional Planning Study of the Hanlon Expressway. Guelph, 1969

Guelph Transportation Plan of 1974

Report 10: Protecting The Option For Future Interchanges And Grade Separation In The Hanlon Corridor City Of Guelph
Report 12: Truck Traffic In Guelph
Report 14: Rail Service in Guelph

FRONT COVER
Title page
Table of Contents - page 1
Table of Contents - page 2
List of Figures
List of Plates
SUMMARY
1. Summary - page 1
2. Summary - page 2
INTRODUCTION
3. Introduction
4. Introduction: Hanlon Expressway, Figure 1
5. Introduction
HISTORY OF THE HANLON EXPRESSWAY
6. History of the Hanlon Expressway
7. History of the Hanlon Expressway
REGIONAL ROADS
8. Regional Roads
9. Regional Roads: Existing Highway Routes, Figure 2
10. Regional Roads
CONSTRAINTS AND CONTROLS
11. Constraints and Controls
12. Constraints and Controls
13. Constraints and Controls: Major Traffic Generators, Figure 3
14. Constraints and Controls
15. Constraints and Controls: Railway Lines, Figure 4
16. Constraints and Controls
THE HANLON CORRIDOR CONCEPTS
17. Hanlon Corridor Concepts
18. Hanlon Corridor Concepts: Hanlon Concepts, Figure 5
19. Hanlon Corridor Concepts
20. Hanlon Corridor Concepts: 1991 A.A.D.T. Volumes, Figure 6
21. Hanlon Corridor Concepts
22. Hanlon Corridor Concepts
23. Hanlon Corridor Concepts
24. Hanlon Corridor Concepts
25. Hanlon Corridor Concepts
26. Hanlon Corridor Concepts
27. Hanlon Corridor Concepts
THE PREFERRED CONCEPT
28. The Preferred Concept
29. The Preferred Concept
30. The Preferred Concept
31. The Preferred Concept
32. The Preferred Concept
33. The Preferred Concept
34. The Preferred Concept
35. The Preferred Concept
36. The Preferred Concept
37. The Preferred Concept
38. The Preferred Concept
RAILWAY CROSSINGS
39. Railway Crossings
40. Railway Crossings
41. Railway Crossings
42. Railway Crossings: Preferred Railway Access Scheme, Figure 7
43. Railway Crossings
CONCLUSIONS
44. Conclusions
45. Conclusions
PLATE INDEX
Plate 1 - Lewis Road collector (Massey-Woodlawn)
Plate 2 - Lewis Road collector and interchange (Speedvale-Massey)
Plate 3 - Willow Rd interchange and Imperial Rd/Hanlon overpass
Plate 4 - Highway 24/6 interchange (1969 plan)
Plate 5 - College Ave flyover
Plate 6 - Original Stone Rd interchange plan (current plan)

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