Second Street Bridge Ramp across Frank St.
New Bridge Street east
WHICH WOULD YOU PREFER? A GIANT BRIDGE RAMP BLOCKING HERITAGE HOMES?
OR A MODERN STREETSCAPE AND DOWNTOWN REVITALIZATION?

Judy and Keith house ramp
New Bridge Street West
WHAT WOULD HELP CAMPBELLFORD GROW AND PROSPER?
NEIGHBOURHOODS DISSECTED BY CONCRETE AND TRAFFIC, OR A HEALTHY DOWNTOWN?




SECOND STREET
RESIDENTS ASSOC.
AND FRIENDS
THROUGHOUT TRENT HILLS AND
NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY




Save Our Community - No Bridge Second to Alma

DOES CAMPBELLFORD NEED
A SECOND BRIDGE?

OR JUST A BETTER BRIDGE?
IT'S YOUR MONEY.
IT'S YOUR COMMUNITY.
YOU DECIDE. 

Trent Hills and Northumberland County have spent over  $250,000 of taxpayers money ($200,00 for consultants alone) on an Environmental Assessment (EA) promoting a second bridge from Second Street to Alma Street in Campbellford. They propose to spend $15 million to build this new bridge. And then another $15 million to rebuild the existing bridge. Your taxes! Your money! For what? A faster trip to Timmy's?

Bridge Street works! Do we need a second bridge? NO!   

  •  Use the existing bridge location: it has been there for 150 years
  •  Fix the traffic lights and turn signals! (They are better already!)
  •  LATEST INFORMATION: A 3 Lane Bridge St. bridge will work best according to bridge engineers.

Is Second Street/ Alma a better route? NO!
  • Keep Bridge Street the heart of Campbellford as it has always been.
  • Build a by-pass bridge for heavy through traffic if that's what's needed!

What's Wrong with a Second to Alma bridge? LOTS!
  • Over 50 homes will be affected and over 300 people directly impacted.
  • Traffic will funnel through residential areas instead of business and commercial zones.

Will a second bridge help us grow and prosper? NO!
  • It will take traffic away from downtown!
  • Click here for a map of how traffic will zoom by our stores.

What can you do to stop it?
  • See the menu on the left and pick a destination.
  • Contact the Council and have your say.
  • Attend the Bridge Steering Committee and other public meetings.

The homes shown below are only some of the fine heritage houses that will be impacted by a bridge connecting Second and Alma Streets. Over 50 homes and 300 people will be impacted by increased traffic, noise, vibration, fumes even after the two years of construction disruption.

These homes will be affected by a Second Street bridge Copyright  Second Street Residents Association 2008 - 2010
Last update June 24, 2010.