Welcome from 407EDG

Commuting to work or just getting around in Durham Region is easier thanks to the opening of Highways 407 and 412 on June 20th, 2016.

Commuters will likely encounter some continuing lane closures and restrictions in the next few months as we put the finishing touches on the highway including: landscaping, general clean up, and installation of tolling infrastructure.

The 407EDG is responsible for maintenance, including snow removal, for the next 30 years. To maintain the highway, 22 full-time employees have been hired and will work from a new maintenance facility at Salem Road north of Highway 7. Local contractors will be hired on an as-needed basis. Check out our employment opportunities page if you're interested in joining the team.

Tolling Information

On February 1, 2017, tolling will begin on the province's new Highway 407 and Highway 412. Similar to Highway 407 ETR, Highways 407 and 412 are all-electronic, open-access toll highways without booths or barriers. For tolling-related matters (e.g., transponders, billing, invoices, plate denial status), related to Highway 407 (from Brock Road to Harmony) and Highway 412, customers may contact 407 ETR, the service provider for tolling of Highway 407 and 412, using one of the following methods.

    • www.407etr.com
    • Call: 1-888-407-0407
    • Visit: 407 ETR’s Customer Service Centre, 6300 Steeles Avenue West, Woodbridge, ON
    • Mail: 6300 Steeles Avenue West, Woodbridge, ON L4H 1J1
    • Fax: 905-264-5315
    • Office Hours: Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Current Road Closures & Delays

Highway 412 & 407 Closures

For real-time updates on Highway 407 and Highway 412 traffic disruptions, please visit the Ontario 511 website.

Municipal Lane Closures

Looking for 407 East Phase 2?

407 East Phase 1 is complete, but Phase 2 is still under construction. Click the map below to see where Phase 1 ends and Phase 2 begins.

Quick Facts on Phase 1 Construction

The 407 East Phase 1 project was a major infrastructure undertaking. See how it stacked up against the CN Tower which turned 40 this year:

Keeping it Green

407 East Phase 1 took extra care to limit the environmental impact. Here are some of the facts on our environmental restoration: