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Environmental Project Report
As part of the Transit Project Assessment Process, the City has completed an Environmental Project Report.
The report is the heart of London’s BRT project. It contains designs, potential project impacts, proposed recommendations and all supporting studies and background materials.
Members of the public have until April 27, 2019 to review and comment on the report and/or make objections on matters that are significant to the Province.
Comment period begins for EPR
The City of London has issued a Notice of Completion, marking the end of the current phase of the Transit Project Assessment Process (TPAP) for the Bus Rapid Transit Project.
Download the PDF to read the Notice of Completion, which was issued by the City of London on Thursday March 28, 2019.
As part of TPAP, the City has completed an Environmental Project Report (EPR), , which outlines the BRT project, identifies potential impacts and lists plans to address them.
Members of the public have 30 days (until April 27, 2019) 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.
These steps do not bind future decisions of Council, but provide a foundation to move forward on any or all elements of the project, subject to Council direction and funding.
To view the complete EPR click here.
For information on where you can view a hard copy of the EPR, click here.