Queen Elizabeth Way (QEW) Improvements from East of Cawthra Road to The East Mall

Detail Design and Class Environmental Assessment G.W.P. 2102-13-00 & G.W.P. 2432-13-00

Queen Elizabeth Way (QEW) Improvements from East of Cawthra Road to The East Mall


Public Information Centre
Public consultation is an integral component of this project. It is necessary to engage stakeholders to identify the key issues the community may have so that they can be addressed accordingly. The opportunity for stakeholder input will be provided throughout the course of this Detail Design project. A Public Information Center (PIC) will be arranged.

This project includes a Public Information Centre (PIC) to present and receive input on the recommended Detail Design Plan, construction staging details, and proposed mitigation measures to address potential environmental effects. The Project Team welcomes your input at the PIC.

Members of the public, area residents, First Nation Communities and stakeholders are invited to attend the PIC. This PIC will be an informal drop-in centre with representatives from the MTO and the Consultant Team available to answer questions and discuss the project.

The PIC will be held as follows:
December 18, 2017
4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Le Tréport Convention Centre
1075 Queensway East
Mississauga, ON L4Y 4C1

We encourage you to attend the PIC to become informed about this project and provide your views and comments on the information presented. Materials presented at the PIC will be posted in this section of the website after the PIC. If you would like to receive notification of the PIC, please submit your contact information through the Contact Us page.

Click on the links below to download a copy of the Display Panels and Roll Plan presented at the PIC.

Public Information Centre – Display Panels
Public Information Centre – Roll Plan

Consultation with municipalities, regulatory agencies, First Nation Communities, and other interest groups will be undertaken during this project and will focus on data collection, design details, construction staging plan, and the development of mitigation measures to avoid or reduce potential impacts.

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