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December 9, 2005
Forum seeks public input on traffic options and other Union Station Precinct Study matters
  
The second in a series of public forums that are part of an ongoing Union Station precinct study will be held on Tuesday, December 13 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. in the Metro Hall Rotunda at 55 John St. The forum will include a presentation at 7 p.m.

At the forum, members of the public will be asked to comment on possible traffic options for Front Street and review issues that could be created by development over the Union Station trainshed. The precinct study is a key step in implementing the Union Station Master Plan that Toronto City Council adopted in December 2004.

A further public forum scheduled for February 21, 2006, will examine urban design options for the precinct study area and review heritage guidelines that are under consideration.

The precinct study includes a heritage conservation district study, urban design work and transportation planning elements for the area around Union Station. The study’s goal is to create an enhanced and integrated public realm, one of the four big moves identified as essential to ensure the realization of the future vision outlined in the Master Plan.

For more information about Union Station, visit http://www.toronto.ca/union_station.

Media contacts:
Angus Cranston, City Planning Division, 416-392-0425;
Margaret Dougherty, Corporate Communications Division, 416-397-5313


 

 

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