Public Information Centre #6 and Summer Consultation
Help fine tune the BRT designs
On May 8, City Council approved the design for London’s Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) System, giving residents a clearer picture of how BRT will look across the city. But there’s still work to do before construction starts in 2020, and the City wants to hear from you.
Do you have feedback on the proposed BRT stops? Wonder how plans might impact parking or deliveries for your business? Have a great idea for your neighbourhood?
This summer, Londoners can:
- Review the approved BRT plans, ask questions and share ideas to fine tune the designs.
- Give feedback on the Draft Environmental Project Report, which outlines the BRT project, identifies potential impacts and lists plans to address them.
- Learn more about how to give feedback on matters of interest to the Province – such as natural environment, cultural heritage and Indigenous affairs.
2 Open House sessions, June 21:
11 a.m. – 2 p.m. and 5 – 8 p.m.
Central Library, 251 Dundas St.
Transit Tuesdays, July 10 – Sept. 11:
3 – 7 p.m. every Tuesday
Rapid Transit Office, Central Library, 251 Dundas St.
2nd floor – use mall entrance.
Drop in at your convenience – no appointment needed.
Can’t make it to one of these events? Not a problem! Starting next week you will be able to give feedback online at londonbrt.ca