Third Crossing

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Learn more about the 'Detailed Impact Assessment' (DIA) with Parks Canada currently underway.


The City of Kingston is building a Third Crossing bridge across the Cataraqui River from the foot of Gore Road in the city's east-end to the foot of John Counter Boulevard in its west-end. The new bridge connecting the east and west side communities will improve emergency services response, increase active transportation through a multi-use pedestrian and bike pathway, create business connections on the east and west sides of the river, and help residents get to work on time and back home safely. It will be a new bridge designed to enhance the life of community residents and visitors of Kingston meeting the highest engineering standards.

The bridge is the largest infrastructure project the City has ever undertaken and is being funded by all three levels of government – each contributing $60 million.

This project is being led by a project team that is looking forward to connecting with you and hearing your ideas and innovations about integrating our new bridge in the Kingston community.


Third Crossing Banner


Learn more about the 'Detailed Impact Assessment' (DIA) with Parks Canada currently underway.


The City of Kingston is building a Third Crossing bridge across the Cataraqui River from the foot of Gore Road in the city's east-end to the foot of John Counter Boulevard in its west-end. The new bridge connecting the east and west side communities will improve emergency services response, increase active transportation through a multi-use pedestrian and bike pathway, create business connections on the east and west sides of the river, and help residents get to work on time and back home safely. It will be a new bridge designed to enhance the life of community residents and visitors of Kingston meeting the highest engineering standards.

The bridge is the largest infrastructure project the City has ever undertaken and is being funded by all three levels of government – each contributing $60 million.

This project is being led by a project team that is looking forward to connecting with you and hearing your ideas and innovations about integrating our new bridge in the Kingston community.


Consultation has concluded
  • Kiewit, Hatch and SYSTRA to build Third Crossing bridge in Kingston

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    27 August, 2018

    After a thorough Request for Proposals (RFP) and evaluation phase, the City of Kingston has selected Peter Kiewit Sons ULC (Kiewit), Hatch Ltd. (Hatch) and SYSTRA International Bridge Technologies (SYSTRA) as the preferred proponent for the detailed design and building of the Third Crossing project.