This report regarding the 401 widening from Hespeler Rd. in Cambridge to Halton sheds some light on the plans for Highway 6. It recommends the trumpet interchange at the Hanlon be replaced (pg. 83) and Hwy 6 run concurrently with Hwy 401 on auxiliary lanes (pg. 55) before they exit at a location slightly west of the current Hwy 6 South interchange (pg. 89). The current 6 South interchange would be closed on the south side of the 401 with Brock Road curving west after crossing the 401 and meeting Hwy 6 just south of the 401 at its new alignment. New ramps would connect to a roundabout on Brock Rd that would also connect to the existing Hwy 6 alignment. It's a bit confusing and much easier to understand when looking at the diagram.
Question, and apologies if this is well known (I've been following the forums for some time but only just now made an account): how does one go about finding this type of information? Jamincan, the url to the report you linked is very specific, trying to access http://www.highway401-hespeler-halton.ca/ itself isn't possible. The report also mentions projects like "Brantford to Cambridge Transportation Corridor Study", which I've heard nothing about. And Markster, I haven't seen those diagrams anywhere before! The MTO doesn't seem to be very friendly in terms of making its construction and planning info publicly accessible, unless theres something I'm missing?
As an aside (and maybe this isn't the right topic for this), those reports mention somethings like Cambridge exploring the possibility for a roundabout at Pinebush/Hespeler. But it's not listed anywhere on the regions' future contstruction projects on their site. Is there a better resource for finding these more region-specific plans?