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Ninth Line Environmental Assessment Class Study

The City has started an Environmental Assessment Class Study to review the existing and future transportation needs of the Ninth Line corridor. The study area includes Ninth Line from Eglinton Avenue West to Derry Road West.

We want your input on this project.

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Online Public Information Centre #2

Learn about the proposed improvements for Ninth Line and share your input at ninthlineea.ca.

Between January 13, 2021 to February 3, 2021 residents are encouraged to participate in our online public information session.

View the Preferred Preliminary Design Concept or visit virtual information centre to view additional project resources and provide feedback.

Thank you in advance for your participation.

Previous information sessions

Online Public Information Centre – June 25,2020

Public Information Centre – February 20, 2020

Project overview

Ninth Line Class Environmental Assessment Study Map

This Class Environmental Assessment (EA) study will consider the City’s planning principle to build a multi-modal city, which will support a successful, vibrant and active community with a reliance on a range of transportation modes including walking, cycling, transit and vehicles.

The study will be conducted as a ‘Schedule C’ project under the Municipal Class Environmental Assessment (October 2000, as amended in 2015), which is approved under the Ontario Environmental Assessment Act.

Public participation is an important part of the Class 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.

If you have any questions about this project, contact the Project Manager at jeffrey.reid@mississauga.ca.

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