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Waterfront Transit Reset Public Meeting (West)


Public Notice


Waterfront Transit "Reset" Phase 2 Study - Public Meeting

The revitalized Queens Quay West in the Central Waterfront.

We invite you to attend an upcoming public meeting for the Waterfront Transit "Reset" Phase 2 Study. Two public meetings have been scheduled - one at a location in the central waterfront and one at a location in the western waterfront. The same information will be available at each meeting. Please choose the location convenient to you.

The Study
The City of Toronto, in partnership with the Toronto Transit Commission and Waterfront Toronto, is undertaking a multi-phase Waterfront Transit "Reset" Study. The study involves a comprehensive assessment of needs and options for transit improvements from Long Branch to Woodbine Avenue. Phase 1 was completed in 2016.

The Phase 2 study is undertaking a waterfront network travel demand analysis, and operations analysis, functional design, cost estimates, and comparative evaluations of alternatives for improvements to transit for key areas of the network. The completion of these tasks will help identify and confirm priority areas for implementation. 

Join us at one of the following public meeting to learn about and comment on the preliminary results of Phase 2.

Public Meeting Details (West Location)
Date: Tuesday, September 26, 2017
Time: 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm
Open House 6:00 pm / Presentation 6:30 pm / Facilitated Open House 7:30 pm
Location: 1 Colonel Samuel Smith Park Drive, Toronto, ON M8V 4B6 at The Assembly Hall in the Performance Hall (closest major intersection is Lake Shore Boulevard West and Colonel Samuel Smith Park Drive)
Map: Click here
Transit: Take the Bloor-Danforth (Line 2) subway to Kipling Station. Then take either the 188 or 44 bus south to the Colonel Samuel Smith Park Loop. Walk north on the east side of Colonel Samuel Smith Park Drive to The Assembly Hall. OR Take the 501 Queen (Long Branch) streetcar to Kipling Avenue and walk south on the east side of Colonel Samuel Smith Park Drive to The Assembly Hall. Please use the TTC trip planner for additional options.

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Contact Information
If you have specific accomodation requirements or would like more information about this project, please contact the project community liaison office.

Niki Angelis, Community Liaison Officer
416-410-3888 ext. 714

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Heritage York, in collaboration with partner organizations Swansea Historical Society, West Toronto Junction Historical Society, Etobicoke Historical Society, York Pioneer and Historical Society, and Sunnyside Historical Society, with financial support provided by the Government of Ontario through its Ontario 150 Community Celebration Grant, is pleased to announce the upcoming event, Walk the Six West: History on the Humber.

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Anne Leung

A.B. Rice

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Cheri Maracle

Mixed Company Theatre

Neil Ross

Sara Moyle

For additional information, including where to register for your free tickets, please visit or call (647) 675-1792.

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