A Public Information Centre (PIC) will be held online at this link on June 25th to receive community feedback on a Preliminary Design and Class Environmental Assessment Study for Highway 403 and Highway 6 interchange infrastructure upgrade.
The Ontario Ministry of Transportation (MTO) has retained AECOM Canada Ltd. to undertake the study, which extends from Grindstone Creek westerly to Old Guelph Road on Highway 403, and from Highway 6 and Highway 403 interchange to Bruce Trail on Highway 6. The project’s completion is driven by the Ministry of Transportation’s Provincial Budget, and therefore the City has no authority over construction timelines.
The purpose of PIC #1 is to present the study process, existing conditions, findings of the traffic analysis, receive input on the Highway 403 and Highway 6 mainline and interchange alternative(s) under consideration, and the process for evaluating alternatives.
Questions submitted online from 10:00am to 8:00pm will be answered by representatives from the MTO and AECOM by the end of the day. The public, area residents and all stakeholders are invited to attend this first of two PICs for this study.
If you are unable to join the online PIC, you can still view the PIC materials online and submit your comments. PIC comments can be submitted over a 45-day period (June 25th until July 28th, 2020).