Class Environmental Consultation
Notice of Study Commencement
Notice of Study Commencement was published in the Bradford West Gwillimbury Topic and East Gwillimbury Express on Thursday September 24, 2020. Letters were distributed to the project contact list by mail and email on Wednesday September 23, 2020.
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Notice of Public Information Centre
This first PIC is being hosted virtually in two (2) parts through the Project Website where you will be able to learn more about the preliminary design study.
- PIC Part 1: The purpose of the first stage is to showcase the study, update and summarize existing conditions, illustrate the preliminary design refinements as compared to the 2002 approved EA study, outline the evaluation criteria, and solicit input, feedback and comments on the preliminary design refinements. The PIC materials will be made available on the Project Website for a two (2) week stakeholder review period beginning April 22, 2021 and ending on May 6, 2021.
- PIC Part 2: A recording of the Webinar from May 18, 2021 with presentation and Q&A will be available soon.
Public Information Centres
Two Public Information Centres (PICs) will be held during this Study to provide interested parties with the opportunity to discuss the project and provide input to the Project Team. Notifications advising of the time and location of the PICs and of the availability of the TESR for review will be published in local newspapers, distributed to the project contact list, and made available on the project website.
Public Information Centre for the Preliminary Design Alternatives
Public Information Centre #1
- Part 1: The Virtual Public Information Centre #1 materials
- Part 2: Webinar Recording
Presentation of the Preliminary Design Alternatives
Public Information Centre for the Preferred Preliminary Design Alternative
Public Information Centre #2
Presentation for the Preferred Preliminary Design Alternative
The Ministry of Transportation remains committed to fulfilling its duty to consult requirements and will engage with local Indigenous Communities and consider their interests in the preliminary design.
Environmental Assessment Documentation
This Study will follow the approved planning process for a Group ‘A’ project under the MTO Class Environmental Assessment for Provincial Transportation Facilities (2000). Alternatives will be generated and evaluated within the Study Area based on technical and environmental factors and through engagement with Indigenous communities, public stakeholders, municipalities and government agencies. Upon completion of the study, a Transportation Environmental Study Report (TESR) will be prepared to document the design, environmental assessment and consultation. It will be available for a 30-day public review period.