The province has released a new interactive map listing the road-building projects that are underway or in the planning stages for 2020-2022.
Released on July 16, the online tool allows visitors to search the database by region and highway.
In 2020-2021, the province has set aside $625 million for the work.
Major projects on the docket for this year include building new passing lanes and improving signage and lighting, the ongoing four-laning of Highway 69 south of Sudbury, as well as the four-laning of Highway 17 between Kenora and the Manitoba border.
An additional $1.6 billion will be spent on southern Ontario roads, for a total allotment of $2.6 billion.
The province estimated these projects would create or sustain roughly 15,830 direct and indirect jobs.
Northern Ontario has nearly 11,000 kilometres of highway – or about 60 per cent of the entire provincial highway network -- according to the province.