The Ministry of Transportation manages and operates the TRIP website.
The highway information is updated at regular intervals approximately 7 times a day and more frequently in the event of a winter storm.
Click on firstname.lastname@example.org to send us your questions and comments about TRIP.
Please refer to the legend at the bottom of the webpage.
It means there are no closures, construction or road conditions to be reported.
Please click on Winter Driving to consult our Winter Driving Guide.
Please click on ferry for information on the Kingston area ferries.
Control of accident sites lies with the OPP. In most cases when there is a collision the OPP carry out an investigation to determine the cause and support any charges that may be laid. If there is a fatality or a potential fatality, then they do a thorough reconstruction of what happened. This needs to be done before the lanes are opened to traffic and the evidence is destroyed.
Remain a safe distance back from maintenance equipment when you see their blue flashing lights. Passing can be dangerous.
Echelon plowing is the practice of staggered snowplows operating across all lanes of a highway in one direction. It is the safest and most efficient snow removal method for multi-lane highways, though sometimes annoying to drivers. Please click on Snow and Ice Control to view our guide for more detailed information.
The use of snow tires is not mandatory in Ontario, however, they can be beneficial. Please click on Road Safety - Winter Tires for more information concerning winter tires and other topics.
Many regions/counties offer road condition information. You may find the region/county phone number by looking in the blue pages of your telephone directory under Municipal government Services or Roads, Highways and Bridges.