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Completed Environmental Assessments

Environmental Assessment (EA) studies provide for the protection, conservation and wise management of Ontario's environment by evaluating the potential environmental effects of a project or undertaking before decisions are made about proceeding. Recently completed EA Studies and associated documents are listed below.

Bayview Drive & Big Bay Point Road Transportation Improvements
Initiated in 2015, completed in 2017

Status: Study was initiated in 2015; the Notice of Study Commencement was published in August of 2015. The Draft Final report was completed and a letter/information package to keep interested parties informed was mailed out on November 10, 2016.

Council endorsed the preferred design alternative recommended by Staff on December 5, 2016 as in Staff Report ENG012-16 and directed Staff through Direction Memo 16-G-283 to publish a Notice of Completion for this project (issued January 26, 2017).

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 looked 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 was also 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 

Reports

Bayview Drive & Big Bay Point Road Phase 3 & 4 Report - Final

Appendix A - Notice of Study Commencement

Appendix B - Background Information 

Appendix C - Railway Crossing Assessment 

Appendix D - Traffic Operations Assessment

Appendix E - Stormwater Management Analysis

Appendix F - Geotechnical Investigation

Appendix G1 – Natural Heritage Impact Assessment Report

Appendix G2 - Natural Heritage Impact Assessment, Appendix A (Part 1)

Appendix G3 - Natural Heritage Impact Assessment, Appendix A (Part 2) 

Appendix G4 - Natural Heritage Impact Assessment, Appendix B to D 

Appendix H - Traffic Noise Impact Report

Appendix I - Archaeological Report (Stage I)

Appendix J - Construction Costs

Appendix K - Design Alternatives - Concept Drawings

Appendix L - PIC

Appendix M - First Nations Consultation

Appendix N - Preferred Design Alternative - Concept Drawings

Appendix O - Watermain Assessment

Appendix P - Notice of Completion

 

Bell Farm Road Transportation Improvements
Initiated in 2016, completed in 2017

Status: The Notice of Commencement was published in September 2016. The Notice of Completion is posted for the 30-day public review period commencing July 27, 2017.

Consultant: BT Engineering (BTE)

Study Level: Municipal Class EA Schedule 'C'

Purpose: The Multi-modal Active Transportation Master Plan (MMATMP) identified the need for implementing/improving active transportation infrastructure (bicycle and pedestrian facilities), intersection improvements and road widenings. The MMATMP completed Phases 1 and 2 of the Class EA process. These studies developed design alternatives based on the MMATMP recommendations to implement the above noted improvements and completed Phases 3 and 4 of the Class EA process.

Scope: The Study team looked at a number of design alternatives to address the above noted improvements and assess impacts on the physical, natural, social, cultural and economic environments. This process facilitated the decision-making process to identify a preferred alternative design solution.

Key Considerations: Property, driveway and tree impacts.

Reports

Notice of Study Completion 

Council Direction Memo

Staff Report

Environmental Study Report

Environmental Study Report - Appendices

Public Information Centres

Public Information Centre #3 
Wednesday May 3, 2017, 4–7 pm
City Hall Rotunda 

The preliminary technically preferred alternatives were presented.  The public was invited to review and provide comments on the technically preferred alternatives. PIC #3 Information Panels. PIC #3 Resources

Notice to Residents, Agencies and First Nations

Comment Sheet

Environmental Study Report

Appendices

Technically Preferred Plan - Bell Farm Road

Public Information Centre #2
Wednesday, November 23, 2016, 4–7pm
City Hall Rotunda 

The public was invited to review and provide comments on alternative concepts for both projects. PIC #2 Information Panels. PIC #2 Resources:

PIC Information Panels - November 23, 2016

PIC Advertisement

Notice to Residents, Agencies and First Nations

Comment Sheet

Draft Study Design Report

Public Information Centre #1: The first PIC of the public consultation process outlining transportation projects on a City-wide basis occurred during the development of the Multi-Modal Active Transportation Master Plan. 

Bryne Drive (Caplan to Essa) Master Plan Update
Initiated in 2008, completed in 2016

The City updated Phase 1 & 2 of a Schedule “C” Municipal Class EA to reassess roadway alignment alternatives for a proposed five-lane road extension of Bryne Drive between Caplan Avenue an Essa Road.

Status: Study initiated 2008, completed in 2016.
Note: Phase 1 & 2 was put on hold in 2010 to allow the completion of the Multi-Modal Active Transportation Master Plan and the Harvie Rd / Big Bay Point Rd / Hwy 400 Phase 3 & 4 Class EA (completed in November 2015).

Consultant: Ainley Group

Study Level: Phase 1 & 2 of a Schedule C Municipal Class EA

Purpose: Reassess roadway alignment alternatives for a proposed five-lane road extension of Bryne Drive between Caplan Avenue and Essa Road.

Key Considerations: Accommodation of Highway 400 Crossing over Highway 400 with respect to the road profile and protect for a potential future interchange.

Preferred Alternative: The preferred alignment of the five lane Bryne Drive is from just east of Princess Auto, over the existing stormwater pond berm south of Harvie Road and connecting to Bryne Drive just west of Leon’s Furniture.

The Preferred Solution for Bryne Drive is anticipated to be presented to the General Committee of Council on May 2, 2016.  If endorsed by General Committee it will be consider by Council at the next scheduled Council meeting.  Subject to endorsement by Council the next step is to retain a consultant to complete  Phase 3 and 4 of the Class EA planning process later in 2016.  Phase 3 & 4 of the Municipal Class process will include additional public consultation.

Reports

Bryne Drive (Caplan Avenue to Essa Road) Master Plan Update March 2016

Appendix A - Notice of Study Commencement

Appendix B - Drawings and Evaluation Summary of Alignment Alternatives Part A

Appendix B - Drawings and Evaluation Summary of Alignment Alternatives Part B

Appendix C - BSD-08 Industrial Urban Cul-De Sac

Appendix D - Tree Report

Appendix E - Geotechnical Investigation

Appendix F - Noise Impact Review

Appendix G - HCM Traffic Operation & Queue Analysis

Appendix H - Land Costs

Appendix I - City Unit Prices

Appendix J - Alternative Comparative Costs

Appendix K - Notice of PIC, Related Correspondence, Consolidated Comment Sheet

Appendix L- Minutes of Meetings

Appendix M - Amos Letter

Bryne / Harvie / Essa Transportation Improvements
Initiated & completed in 2017

The City undertook a Municipal Class EA to address transportation improvements for Bryne Drive, Harvie Road and Essa Road to determine the most appropriate design for future reconstruction projects, as recommended in the Multi-Modal Active Transportation Master Plan.

Status: Study was initiated in 2017. Notice of Study Commencement. The Notice of Completion was posted for the 30-day public review period commencing October 12, 2017.

Consultant: Hatch Corporation. Hatch is also undertaking the Design of the Harvie Road - Big Bay Point Road - Highway 400 Overpass

Study Level: Municipal Class EA Schedule C

Purpose: To evaluate design alternatives and identify the preferred design alternative for transportation improvements on Bryne Drive, Harvie Road and Essa Road.

Scope: City of Barrie considered a number of design alternatives associated with implementing transportation improvements. The impact of the transportation improvements on the physical, natural, social, cultural and economic environments was also considered 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 Thursday June 22, 2017, at the Holly Community Centre in the Multi-Purpose Room, from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. to allow the public to review and provide comments on the proposed alternative design concepts. Comments received from the PIC were considered in the development of the preferred design alternative. Related documents:

1. PIC No. 1 Presentation Boards
2. Bryne Dr Alternative Designs
3. Harvie Rd Alternative Designs
4. Essa Rd Alternative Designs
5. Harvie - BBP Highway 400 Crossing Detail
6. Harvie - BBP Highway 400 Crossing Bryne Dr to Bayview Dr

Reports

Environmental Study Report: Bryne Harvie Essa Transportation Improvements

Appendix A - Transportation Reports - Bryne Drive

Appendix A - Transportation Reports - Essa Road

Appendix A - Transportation Reports - Harvie Road

Appendix B - Natural Environment - Bryne Drive

Appendix B - Natural Environment - Essa Road

Appendix B - Natural Environment - Harvie Road

Appendix C - SWM and Drainage - Main Body

Appendix C - SWM and Drainage - Appendices Part 1

Appendix C - SWM and Drainage - Appendices Part 2

Appendix C - SWM and Drainage - Appendices Part 3

Appendix D - Noise Assessment Report

Appendix E - Stage 1 Archaeological Assessments

Appendix F - CHRA

Appendix G - Preferred Design Concepts - Bryne Drive

Appendix G - Preferred Design Concepts - Essa Road

Appendix G - Preferred Design Concepts - Harvie Road

Appendix H - Consultation

Appendix I - Costs

 

Foster Area Sanitary Servicing & Stormwater Management
Initiated in 2015, completed in 2016

Status: Study initiated 2015, the Notice of Completion was published with no request for Part II orders received

Consultant: R.J. Burnside & Associates Limited

Study Level: Municipal Class EA Schedule B

Purpose: To consider options for sanitary servicing and stormwater management for the Foster Drive area including Foster Drive, MacLaren Ave, Garson Street, Yeates Avenue and Merrett Drive.

Scope: City of Barrie will look at a number of alternatives associated with sanitary servicing and stormwater management and assess the impacts of these improvements on the physical, natural, social, cultural and economic environments.

Key Considerations: This neighbourhood is currently serviced by private septic systems.  As these systems are reaching the end of their expected service life, the City is studying alternatives to address sanitary servicing needs in this area. 

This neighbourhood was constructed prior to stormwater management regulations, and as such, stormwater runoff generated from this area flows uncontrolled to both Whiskey Creek and Lovers Creek.  The City is studying alternatives to provide stormwater management to this area to reduce nutrient loading to Lake Simcoe, reduce erosion impacts to the receiving watercourses, improve water balance and mitigate downstream flood risk.

Public Information Centre: A Public Information Centre (PIC) was held on April 29, 2015, (4–7pm) at the Painswick Public Library. The public was invited to review and provide comments on the alternative solutions. Comments and responses received from the PIC will be considered in the development of the preferred alternative. 

Preferred Alternative: The following alternatives were selected as the preferred alternative for sanitary servicing and stormwater management.

Sanitary Servicing: Alternative 2 – Deep Sewer Alignment.  This alternative consists of open-cut gravity sewers intended to provide basement gravity servicing to the majority of homes.  Sewers will be installed at standard depths where possible.

Stormwater Management: Alternative 3 – Low Impact Development.  This alternative consists of low impact development (LID) practices installed within the municipal right-of-way.  The recommended LID practice is based on a storm sewer exfiltration system that includes perforated sewer pipes that allow stormwater to soak into the ground; thus allowing natural processes to filter stormwater.

Related documents: PIC Letter & Comment Sheet; PIC presentation; Staff Report; Direction Memo

Reports

Class EA Phase 1 & 2 Report: Foster Area Sanitary Servicing & Stormwater Management

Duckworth St Transportation Improvements
Initiated in 2014, completed in 2015

Status: Study was initiated in 2014, the Notice of Completion was published with no request for Part II orders and the Final Draft of the Phase 3&4 Report is being finalized.

Consultant: C.C. Tatham & Associates Ltd

Study Level: Municipal Class EA Schedule C

Purpose: To consider design alternatives for implementing bike lane and improve active transportation on Duckworth Street from Bell Farm Road to St Vincent Street.

Scope: City of Barrie will look at a number of design alternatives associated with implementing bike lanes and sidewalks on Duckworth Street. The impact of active transportation improvements on physical, natural, social, cultural and economic environments will also be looked at during the study.

Key Considerations: Property, driveway and tree impacts.

Public Information Centre: A Public Information Centre (PIC) was held on Thursday April 16, 2015 (4–7pm at City Hall). 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 documents: PIC Letter to Residents; PIC Slides

Reports

Council Direction Memo June 22, 2015

Staff Report ENG00915

Duckworth Street Phase 3 & 4 Report: Draft Final

Dunlop St Corridor Improvements
Initiated in 2014, completed in 2015

Purpose: To examine options to improve the pedestrian environment by studying alternative streetscape configurations with the goal of creating more pedestrian space through wider sidewalks on Dunlop Street between Toronto Street and Mulcaster Street.

Scope: City of Barrie will analyze a number of streetscape configurations to increase pedestrian space including consideration of pedestrian promenades, one-way street and a reconfigurable street (for Dunlop Street).  The study will assess the impact on the physical, natural, social, cultural and economic environments.

Key Recommendations: The implementation of a reconfigurable streetscape that maintains two-way traffic and includes reconfigurable parking areas that can be used for either pedestrian space or parking depending on time of year and demand.

Public Information Centre: A Public Information Centre (PIC) was held on Wednesday June 18, 2014 (4–7:00pm) at City Hall. The public was invited to review and provide comments on the proposed alternative solutions. Comments and responses received from the PIC (accepted until July 9, 2014) will be considered in the development of the preferred alternative. Related document: Info Boards: Public Info Centre, June 18, 2014

Reports

Corridor Improvements: Class EA Study Final Report 

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Harvie Rd / Big Bay Point Rd / Hwy 400 Transportation Improvements
Initiated in 2013, completed in 2015

Related page: Design Project: Harvie Rd / Big Bay Point Rd / Highway 400 Crossing

Consultant: Morrison Hershfield

Study Level: Municipal Class EA Schedule C

Purpose: To consider options for road improvements along the Harvie Road and Big Bay Point Road across Highway 400 from the future Bryne Drive to Bayview Drive

Scope: City of Barrie will look at a number of design alternatives associated with either going over or under Highway 400 including widening the road, improving intersections, and enhancing active transportation. The impact of road improvements on physical, natural, social, cultural and economic environments will also be looked at during the study.

Key Recommendations from Phase 1 & 2:

  • Harvie Road / Big Bay Point Road crossing over Highway 400
  • Removal of the existing railway crossing on Big Bay Point Road between Bayview Drive and Fairview Drive
  • Buffered bike lanes and sidewalks on both sides
  • Five (5) lanes in the interim and ultimate seven (7) lanes between Bryne Drive and Bayview Drive
  • Protection of land for potential future highway interchange

Public Information Centre: A Public Information Centre (PIC) was held on Thursday April 23, 2015 (4–7pm at Holly Community Centre).The public was invited to review and provide comments on the proposed design alternative solutions. Comments and responses received from the PIC were considered in the development of the preferred design alternative solution.

Reports 

Phase 3 & 4 Municipal Class EA

Notice of Completion - Advertised October 16 & 17, 2015

Staff Report - Presented to Council October 5th, 2015

Direction Memo From Council

Public Letter - Notice of Preferred Alternative - September 1, 2015 

Environmental Study Report (ESR)

Natural Heritage Impact Assessment Study

Traffic Operation Report

Background Documents 

Phase 1 & 2 Municipal Class EA

Big Bay Point Road / Harvie Road / Highway 400 Transportation Improvements Class EA Phase 1 & 2 Report

Harvie Road/Big Bay Point Road/Highway 400 Phase 3 & 4 - Draft Documents

Highway 400 Planning & Preliminary Design Study

Stage 1 Archaeological Assessment of Highway 400

Preliminary Design Report - Volume 1

Preliminary Design Report - Volume 2

Preliminary Design Report - Volume 3

Preliminary Design Report - Volume 4

Highway 400 MTO Design Study

Highway 400 Planning & Preliminary Design Study

Appendices A & B

Appendices C & D

Appendices E & F

Bryne Drive Class EA, 2005

Bryne Drive EA Report

City of Barrie Highway 400 Crossing Roads Class EA Document, Phase 1 & 2 Report, June 2005

Highway 400 Crossing Roads Class EA Document, Phase 1 & 2 Report

Figure 9A - Features and Constraints

Figure 9B - Proposed MTO improvements

Figure 9C - Illustrative Widening Alternative

Figure 9D - Constraint Section

Harvie Road Class EA (Essa Road to Bryne Drive), August 2002

Harvie Road Class EA (Essa Road to Bryne Drive) Report

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Whiskey Creek Master Drainage Plan Update, October 2009

Whiskey Creek Master Drainage Plan Update Report

Appendix Volume 1

Appendix Volume 2

Harvie Function Planning Review, March 2000

Draft Highway 400 Interchange Feasibility Study, January 2006

Letter to Residents and Stakeholder

Comment Sheet

Public Information Centre #1, Wednesday November 17th, 2010

Hewitt Secondary Plan Area Transportation Improvements
Initiated in 2015, completed in 2017

This Municipal Class EA addressed transportation improvements for the Hewitt Secondary Plan Area to determine the most appropriate design for future reconstruction projects, as recommended in the City’s Multi-Modal Active Transportation Master Plan.

Status: Study was initiated in 2015. The Notice of Completion is posted for the 30-day public review period commencing October 12, 2017.

The Notice of Completion is posted for the 30-day public review period commencing October 12, 2017.

Consultant: Hatch Ltd

Study Level: Municipal Class EA Schedule C. (Phases 3 & 4)

Purpose: To consider design alternatives and establish the preferred recommended design alternative for transportation improvements in the Hewitt Secondary Plan Area.

Scope: The City will look at a number of design alternatives associated with implementing transportation improvements.  The impact of 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 (PIC) No. 1: Public Information Centre (PIC) took place on Thursday, September 22, 2016, at the Liberty North Banquet Hall from 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* will be considered in the development of the preferred design alternative solution. Related Documents: PIC Overview Hewitt's PIC Presentation

Design Alternatives:

Key Plan

Big Bay Point Road - McCormick Gate to 20 Sideroad

Lockhart Rd - Huronia to Yonge

Lockhart Rd - Yonge to 20th Sideroad

Lockhart Rd - Grade Separation

Mapleview Dr E - Huronia to Goodwin

Mapleview Dr E - Goodwin to 20th Sideroad

Mapleview Dr E - Grade Separation - Option 1

Mapleview Dr E - Grade Separation - Option 2

Yonge St - Mapleview to Lockhart

Public Information Centre (PIC) No. 2:  A Public Information Centre (PIC) took place on Thursday, April 6, 2017 at the Liberty North Banquet Hall, 100 Caplan Avenue, from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. to present the preferred design alternative solutions derived from the evaluation of the alternative designs and public input.  Related Documents:  PIC #2 Presentation

Preferred Preliminary Designs:

 Alternative Evaluation - Big Bay Point Road

Alternative Evaluation - Lockhart Rail Crossing

Alternative Evaluation - Lockhart Road

Alternative Evaluation - Mapleview Drive

Alternative Evaluation - Mapleview Rail Crossing

Alternative Evaluation - Yonge Street

Big Bay Point Road - McCormick Gate to 20 Sideroad

Lockhart Road - Preferred - Huronia to Yonge

Lockhart Road - Preferred - Yonge to 20 Sideroad

Mapleview Drive East Preferred - Goodwin to 20 Sideroad

Mapleview Drive East Preferred - Huronia to Goodwin

Yonge Street Preferred - Mapleview to Lockhart

*Anyone not able to attend and would like to provide feedback can contact Alvaro Almuina, Project Coordinator at 705-739-4220 x4458 or Alvaro.Almuina@barrie.ca

Reports

Hewitt's SP Class EA - Environmental Study Report.pdf

Appendix A - Transportation.pdf

Appendix B - Natural Environment - Appendices.pdf

Appendix B - Natural Environment.pdf

Appendix C - Geomorphology.pdf

Appendix D - CHAR.pdf

Appendix D - CHAR - Part 2.pdf

Appendix E - Structural Assessment.pdf

Appendix F - Noise Impact.pdf

Appendix G - Drainage and SWM.pdf

Appendix G - Drainage and SWM - Appendix Part 1.pdf

Appendix G - Drainage and SWM - Appendix Part 2.pdf

Appendix G - Drainage and SWM - Appendix Part 3.pdf

Appendix H - Geotechnical and Pavement Investigations.pdf

Appendix I - Evaluation Design Concepts.pdf

Appendix J - Watermain and Sanitary Sewer.pdf

Appendix K - Preferred Design Concepts - Big Bay Point Rd.pdf

Appendix K - Preferred Design Concepts - Lockhart Road.pdf

Appendix K - Preferred Design Concepts - Mapleview Dr.pdf

Appendix K - Preferred Design Concepts - Yonge Street.pdf

Appendix L - Consultation.pdf

Appendix L - Consultation - Comments.pdf

Appendix M - Railway Crossing Assessment.pdf

Appendix N - Survey.pdf

Appendix O - Cost.pdf

 

Huronia Rd Transportation Improvements
Initiated in 2009, completed in 2011

Consultant: C.C. Tatham & Associates Ltd

Study Level: Municipal Class EA Schedule C

Scope: City of Barrie looked at a number of improvements including widening the road, improving intersections, and enhancing active transportation. The impact of road improvements on physical, natural, social, cultural and economic environments was also looked at during the study.

Purpose: To consider options for road improvements along the Huronia Road corridor from Yonge Street to Lockhart Road

Key Recommendations:

  • Three lanes from Yonge Street to just north Herrell Drive
  • Five lanes from just north of Herrell Drive to Lockhart Drive
  • Multiuse Trail from Lockhart Road to Loon Avenue on the east side of Huronia Road

Reports

Huronia Road Class Environmental Assessment - Phases 3 and 4

Huronia Road Phase 3 & 4 Class EA Report

Class Environmental Assessment Study - Huronia Road (Yonge Street to Lockhart Road)

Huronia Road Phase 3 & 4 Report

Class EA - Phases 1 & 2 Report

Ross / Collier / Bayfield Streets Transportation Improvements
Initiated in 2016, completed in 2017

The City undertook a Schedule 'C' Municipal Class EA for transportation improvements on Ross Street (Toronto to Bayfield), Collier Street (Bayfield  to Clapperton), Bayfield Street (Ross to Collier), and the intersection of Ross/Collier/Bayfield Streets.

Status: The Notice of Commencement was published in September 2016. The Notice of Completion is posted for the 30-day public review period commencing August 17, 2017.

Consultant: BT Engineering (BTE)

Study Level: Municipal Class EA Schedule 'C'

Purpose: The Multi-modal Active Transportation Master Plan (MMATMP) identified the need for implementing/improving active transportation infrastructure (bicycle and pedestrian facilities), intersection improvements and road widenings. The MMATMP completed Phases 1 and 2 of the Class EA process. These studies developed design alternatives based on the MMATMP recommendations to implement the above noted improvements and completed Phases 3 and 4 of the Class EA process.

Scope: The Study team looked at a number of design alternatives to address the above noted improvements and assess impacts on the physical, natural, social, cultural and economic environments. This process facilitated the decision-making process to identify a preferred alternative design solution.

Key Considerations: Property, driveway and tree impacts.

Reports

Public Information Centres

Public Information Centre #3 
Wednesday May 3, 2017, 4–7 pm
City Hall Rotunda 

The preliminary technically preferred alternatives were presented.  The public was invited to review and provide comments on the technically preferred alternatives. PIC #3 Information Panels. PIC #3 Resources:

Notice to Residents, Agencies and First Nations

Comment Sheet

Environmental Study Report

Appendices

Technically Preferred Plan - Ross Street - Toronto to Bayfieldd

Technically Preferred Plan - Stage 1 Interim Roundabout

Technically Preferred Plan - Stage 2 Ultimate Roundabout 

The animation illustrates traffic navigating a roundabout at Ross Street and Bayfield Street which is recommended as the preliminary preferred design solution. The purpose of the roundabout is to improve east-west traffic movement in the downtown and enhance walkability by providing designated pedestrian crossings at the intersection of Ross Street and Bayfield Street. Get more detail.

Animation

Public Information Centre #2
Wednesday, November 23, 2016, 4–7pm
City Hall Rotunda 

The public was invited to review and provide comments on alternative concepts for both projects. PIC #2 Information Panels. PIC #2 Resources:

Public Information Centre #1: The first PIC of the public consultation process outlining transportation projects on a City-wide basis occurred during the development of the Multi-Modal Active Transportation Master Plan. 

For information regarding previous EA studies not listed here please contact Infrastructure Planning: (705) 739-4207

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