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Schedule "C" Municipal Class Environmental Assessment
Bovaird Drive (R.R.#107) Improvements from Lake Louise Drive/Worthington
Avenue to 1.45 Kilometres West of Heritage Road, City of Brampton

The Region of Peel's Long Range Transportation Plan and the Halton-Peel Boundary Study have identified the need for improvements to address planned growth on Bovaird Drive from Lake Louise Drive/Worthington Avenue to 1.45 kilometres west of Heritage Road (see map). The Region is undertaking a Schedule "C" Municipal Class Environmental Assessment (EA) study to determine a solution for the study area. The second Public Information Centre is scheduled as follows:

Date:  Thursday, May 3, 2012
Time:  6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Location:  Peel Regional Police Association Building
10675 Mississauga Rd., Brampton

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The Process

The aim of the Class EA process is to involve the
public and agencies in creating the best solution for
the study corridor. The project team, with public and
agency input:

  • defines the problem statement;
  • develops and evaluates planning
    alternatives; and,
  • determines a preferred solution.

Public Information Centre # 1

The first Public Information Centre (PIC) was held
on May 18, 2010. Following PIC#1, staff reviewed
input from the public and agencies and confirmed the
preferred planning solution:

  • widen Bovaird Drive with intersection
    improvements; and,
  • provide for transit service facilities, a sidewalk and a multi-use trail.

Public Information Centre # 2

PIC#2 will present:

  • the technical report findings and recommendations;
  • a review of alternative design concepts; and,
  • the recommended design concept.

PIC#2 is set up as a drop-in centre with information presented on boards. Staff will be available to answer your questions and take comments on the information.

Upon completion of the study, the Notice of Study Completion and an Environmental Study Report (ESR) that presents the study findings will be published. The results of the study will be available for review for 30 calendar days.


Your participation is important and you comments are valued. We will consider your comments as we finalize the recommended design. If you cannot attend the PIC, you can review the information boards on our website:


We will take comments on the recommended design until May 17, 2012. You can contact either of the following team members if you wish to ask questions or provide comment.

Neal Smith, C.E.T
Project Manager, Transportation Program Planning
Public Works
Region of Peel
10 Peel Centre Dr., Suite B, 4th Floor
Brampton Ontario, L6T 4B9
Phone: 905-791-7800 ext 7866
Fax: 905-791-1442
E-mail: neal.smith@peelregion.ca

David Sinke, P.Eng.
Project Manager
AMEC Environment and Infrastructure
3215 North Service Rd.
Burlington, ON L7N 3G2
Phone: 905-335-2353
Toll Free: 1-866-751-2353
Fax: 905-335-1414
E-mail: david.sinke@amec.com

This notice first issued on April 17, 2012.

evised: Tuesday April 17 2012


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