In progress Environmental assessment

Lakeshore Road and Clarkson Road intersection improvement

This study will review opportunities to improve the Lakeshore Road West, Clarkson Road North and Clarkson Road South intersections.

Overview

This Municipal Class Environmental Assessment (EA) study will explore a number of alternative solutions to improve traffic operations and safety at the intersections for vehicles, pedestrians and cyclists.

The project is being planned under ‘Schedule B’ of the Municipal Class Environmental Assessment process (October 2000, as amended in 2015), which is approved under the Ontario Environmental Assessment Act.

Public participation is an important part of the EA process. Throughout the study, the City will make contact with various agencies and members of the community, and consider their opinions as part of any decisions that are made.

Study area

Map of Lakeshore Road and Clarkson Road Intersection
Lakeshore Road West, Clarkson Road North and Clarkson Road South intersection

Previous Public Information Centres

Our Introductory Public Information Centre (PIC) #1 was held online from December 3 to December 31, 2020. This PIC provided an opportunity for participants to learn about the project, provide input on the key issues and concerns along the study corridor and share ideas with the project team. The commenting period for PIC #1 has now closed.

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Public Information Centre (PIC) #2 was held online from November 10 to December 10, 2021. This PIC provided information on the evaluation of alternative solutions, preliminary preferred alternative and next steps for the project. Additionally, PIC #2 included a virtual Q&A meeting on Wednesday, November 24, 2021 where attendees had opportunity to provide feedback and pose questions to the Project Team.

The commenting period for PIC #2 has now closed.

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Public Information Centre (PIC) #3 was held online on April 27, 2022. This PIC provided updates on further refinements to the preferred solution presented at PIC #2 and next steps for the project.

Please provide your comments directly to the City PM, Rory O’Sullivan, by May 20, 2022 through email (rory.osullivan@mississauga.ca).

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If you have any questions or comments regarding the project, please contact:

Rory O’Sullivan
City of Mississauga
201 City Centre Drive,
Mississauga, ON L5B 2T4

rory.osullivan@mississauga.ca

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