Stage 2 of this study focuses on the recommendation for a new multimodal transportation corridor extending from Highway 400 in the east to the Highway 401/407 ETR interchange area in the west, that includes a 400-series highway, transitway, and potential goods movement priority features.
The second round of Public Information Centres (PIC #2) was held on September 19, September 26 and October 3, 2019, in Woodbridge, Georgetown and Caledon respectively. PIC #2 was an informal drop-in centre with Project Team representatives available to answer questions. PIC #2 presented the study process, Technically Preferred Route, 2019 Focused Analysis Area, and the application process to participate in the development of the Community Value Plans.
The 2019 FAA defines which properties continue to be within an area of interest as the study progresses. The 2019 FAA is preliminary and will be confirmed following review of feedback from PIC 2. The FAA is subject to refinement during subsequent phases of the study, as more detailed information becomes available. View the 2019 FAA (PDF 3 MB).
The 2015 Focused Analysis Area (2015 FAA) that was in place at the time of suspension of the GTA West Study is back in effect.
The 2015 FAA defines which properties continue to be within an area of interest as the study progresses. View the 2015 FAA (PDF 3 MB). A reduced FAA will be presented at Public Information Centre #2 in Fall 2019.