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Consultation: Greater Golden Horseshoe Transportation Plan discussion paper

View our new discussion paper about the Greater Golden Horseshoe transportation plan and share your feedback by completing this survey.

Closing date: August 28, 2021

This survey will take 20 minutes to complete.

 
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A vision for mobility in 2051

Section 2 of the discussion paper describes the three pillars in our proposed 2051 vision for mobility. Review the pillars in the discussion paper to answer the following questions.

Getting people moving on a connected transit system

  1. The first pillar of the proposed 2051 vision is the transformation of the regional transit system from today’s radial commuter network to an expansive grid. With new routes, more frequent services and more connections, you will be able to quickly and easily travel across the region and get where you need to go without going through the core. This includes:
    • Delivering major transit investments that are at various stages of planning, design and construction including the Ontario Line, Eglinton Crosstown West Extension, Yonge North and Scarborough Subway Extensions and Finch West, Hurontario and Hamilton LRTs.
    • Exploring a new east-west, cross-regional connection between Burlington and Oshawa that connects existing GO Rail lines outside of Union Station.
    • Exploring a new transit loop that connects the Ontario Line to new major transit hubs where regional services connect, including at Pearson Airport and Richmond Hill Centre.
    • Increasing the frequency of local transit service to every 10 minutes, across all urban areas.
    • Fully integrating transit fares and services to provide seamless connections across the region.
    • Ensuring 24-hour public transportation access to better serve employees of the region’s largest employment nodes.
    • Planning services to support equity of access and mobility for marginalized people and communities.
    • Promoting walking and cycling as a first choice for short trips and to access transit stations by connecting active transportation routes to establish a safe and convenient network.
A. To what extent do you agree that the solutions proposed will achieve your priorities for the transit system by 2051?
B. Which solutions are most important for the GGH region transit system by 2051?