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Thu, 05 Sep 2019
Notice of Online Public Engagement
September 12–27, 2019
Visit our Kerr Street at Lakeshore Rail Corridor EA Addendum page.
This online Public Information Centre will detail the Addendum’s needs and opportunities, alternative solutions, alternative design concepts, and technically preferred alternative. The presentation will be displayed on the town’s website starting September 12. Comments on the presented material may be submitted via email by September 27.
In 2009, the Town of Oakville completed an Environmental Study Report (ESR) for the Kerr Street/ CNR Grade Separation Class Environmental Assessment (EA) Study between Speers Road and the QEW.
The Class EA Study subsequently was approved by the Minister of the Environment (now Minister of the Environment, Conservation and Parks) in March 2010. The town has initiated an EA Addendum, to be carried out in accordance with the Municipal Class EA process, to address access requirements for two properties, located north of the rail corridor, that require modification as a result of the Kerr Street design.
For more information, visit oakville.ca and search Kerr Street Underpass. If you have any questions or wish to be added to the study mailing list, please contact either of the following:
Syed Rizvi, M.Sc., P. Eng
Transportation Engineer, Town of Oakville
905-845-6601, ext. 3981 (TTY 905-338-4200)
Jay Goldberg, P.Eng., PMP
Project Engineer, WSP