Bayview Dr & Big Bay Point Rd Transportation Improvements
The City is undertaking a Schedule “C” Municipal Class EA to implement transportation improvements on Bayview Drive (Little Ave to Big Bay Point Rd) and Big Bay Point Rd (Bayview Dr to Huronia Rd).
Status: Study was initiated in 2015; the Notice of Study Commencement was published in August of 2015. Draft report has been completed.
Consultant: C.C. Tatham & Associates Ltd
Study Level: Municipal Class EA Schedule C.
Purpose: To consider design alternatives and establish the preferred recommended design alternative for transportation improvements on Bayview Drive (Little Avenue to Big Bay Point Road) and Big Bay Point Road (Bayview Drive to Huronia Road).
Scope: City of Barrie will look at a number of design alternatives associated with implementing transportation improvements Bayview Drive and Big Bay Point. The impact of active transportation improvements on physical, natural, social, cultural and economic environments will also be looked at during the study.
Key Considerations: Impacts on property, driveway and trees within the study area.
Public Information Centre: A Public Information Centre (PIC) was held on Wednesday March 2, 2016, Southshore Community Centre, 4–7pm. The public was invited to attend the PIC to review and provide comments on the proposed design alternative solutions. Comments and responses received from the PIC will be considered in the development of the preferred design alternative solution. Related document: Bayview Drive & Big Bay Point Road Class EA - PIC presentation
Bayview Drive & Big Bay Point Road Phase 3 & 4 Report - Draft
Appendix A - Notice of Study Commencement
Appendix B - Railway Crossing Assessment
Appendix C - Traffic Operations Assessment
Appendix D - Stormwater Management Analysis
Appendix E - Geotechnical Investigation
Appendix F – Natural Heritage Impact Assessment Report
Appendix G - Traffic Noise Impact Report
Appendix H - Archaeological Report (Stage I)
Appendix I - Construction Costs
Appendix J - Design Alternatives - Concept Drawings