Date: Wednesday, May 10, 2017.
Time: 1:30 pm to 9:00 pm Drop-in Session
Place: Scarborough Civic Centre, 150 Borough Drive.
The following details were taken from the City of Toronto Notice of Second Public Consultation Meeting:
This is an excellent opportunity to provide your input on what is important from a transportation perspective in Scarborough Centre. The session's focus will be on c4reating a dynamic forum where productive discussions can take place.
This interactive drop-in session will ask for your input and provide details on the transportation network alternatives being considered, the evaluation undertaken to date, and the preliminary preferred transportation network. Initial recommendations include:
- Developing a simplified street network and a summary of key moves, including establishing a signalized at-grade intersection at McCowan Road and Progr4ess Avenue;
- Improving pedestrian and cycling infrastructure throughout the Centre, and,
- Supporting future transit improvements.
Over the next 20-30 years, Scarborough Centre is expected to change significantly through development and public sector investments. The Scarborough Centre on the Move Transportation Master Plan study will guide these changes and establish a transportation network supportive of all users, focusing on building connections within the Centre as well as to the surrounding area and the rest of the city. The study will support the vision and evolution of Scarborough Centre into a walkable and connected urban centre, with an efficient, safe, and balanced transportation network.