Miller constructed the vivaNext BRT projects located in Markham, Newmarket, Richmond Hill & Vaughan which required moving the exiting four or six lanes of traffic to the outside and constructing the two bus lanes in the centre with associated stations.
Highway 7 Rapidway: Adding two dedicated bus lanes to the current six lanes on Highway 7, relocating utilities, storm and sanitary sewer installation, concrete curbs and sidewalks, asphalt pavement, retaining walls, bus pads and shelters, installation of roadway protection, widening of Apple Creek and Warden structures to accommodate the two bus lanes, and specialized landscaping to achieve the intended green space atmosphere. Sixteen traffic phases based on the major traffic shifts experienced during construction.
Davis Drive Rapidway: Relocating four lanes of traffic to the outside, accommodating two additional dedicated bus lanes in the middle; relocating utilities, storm and sanitary sewer installation, concrete curbs and sidewalks, asphalt pavement, retaining walls, existing bridge demolition, construction of the second phase of Keith Bridge on the north side, extensive landscaping.
VMC Highway 7: Expanding the current six lanes of traffic to eight lanes including two dedicated bus lanes in the middle. Extensive storm sewer installation, earth works, bus platforms, asphalt paving, retaining walls, concrete curbs and sidewalk, hard and soft landscaping and traffic staging.
CN Bridge: Widening of the Highway 7 Bridge over CN’s MacMillan Yard. Caissons, piers, pre-stressed concrete girders, concrete curbs and sidewalks, asphalt pavement, and traffic staging. Constructed 10 spans over 14 live tracks.
Early Works: Civil construction of the project including the first phase of Keith Bridge over the Holland River, working on the south side and the advanced construction of retaining walls to facilitate the new utility locations.