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Transit Project Assessment Process resumes

March 25, 2019

On Monday, March 25, 2019, London’s BRT project resumed the Transit Project Assessment Process (TPAP), after pausing it in the fall to provide more comprehensive information about potential cultural heritage impacts.

The heritage work included a thorough review of all properties that could be fully impacted by rapid transit construction. A handful of properties along the corridor have potential heritage or cultural significance. Each of these would be subject to an even more in-depth heritage impact assessment down the road.

Download the PDF to read the Notice of Resumption. 

The next step toward having a completed Environmental Assessment is set to begin Thursday March 28, 2019, with the Notice of Completion. Starting that day, the public will have 30 days to review and comment on the Environmental Project Report and/or make objections on matters that are significant to the Province. Following that, the Minister of Environment, Conservation and Parks will have 35 days to make a decision, with the Environmental Assessment scheduled to wrap up in June.

Completing the Transit Project Assessment Process and the Environmental Assessment does not bind future decisions of Council, but provides a foundation to move forward on any or all elements of the project, subject to Council direction and funding.

If you have questions or comments, contact us anytime at ldnbrt@london.ca

 

Additional resources:

See all the project details in the BRT Draft Environmental Report