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In progress Environmental assessment

McLaughlin Road corridor project

The City has initiated a study for various road improvements to the McLaughlin Road corridor from Bristol Road West to Britannia Road West.

Background

On January 14, 2016, the City of Mississauga issued the Notice of Study Completion for the review of the final Environmental Study Report (ESR). On Wednesday, February 24, 2016, a resolution was passed by City Council indicating that the McLaughlin Road improvements project, from Bristol Road West to Britannia Road West, be removed from the City’s Capital Program for the lifespan of the Class EA documentation. As a result, the City formally withdrew its Notice of Study Completion for the Class EA Study.

As a result, the City of Mississauga has initiated a planning and preliminary design study for various road improvements to the McLaughlin Road Scenic Route corridor from Bristol Road West to Britannia Road West as part of an Integrated Project.

Map of the study area, covering McLaughlin Road from Bristol Road West in the South to Britannia Road West in the North.

The plan is to improve the Scenic Route section of McLaughlin Road from Bristol Road West to Britannia Road West by enhancing the streetscape features, active transportation and safety along the corridor while preserving the adjacent wood lot.

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

Contact details 

If you require more information about this study, please contact Jacqueline Hunter, TDM Coordinator at jacqueline.hunter@mississauga.ca.

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