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       16th AVENUE ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT STUDY

OPEN HOUSE

York Region is undertaking Environmental Assessment (EA) Studies of 16th Avenue to identify possible improvements for current and future transportation needs for pedestrians, cyclists, public transit users and motorists. Study A is between Yonge Street and Woodbine Avenue in the Town of Richmond Hill and the City of Markham. Study B is between Woodbine Avenue and York/Durham Line in the City of Markham.

Recommendations for 16th Avenue include:   Widening to six (6) lanes for Transit/ HOV lanes.

You are invited to attend the Open Houses in Richmond Hill to comment on the recommend-ations. An evaluation of alternative designs, recommended design plans and overall impacts will be available at the Open House. The project team will also be present to answer your questions.

 

 OPEN HOUSE IN RICHMOND HILL

Tuesday, October 17, 2017

York Region Transit/Viva Bus Depot 

55 Orlando Drive (Northwest of 16th Avenue & Hwy 404)

Visit anytime between 6:30 p.m. and 8:30 p.m

Please direct comments/questions to:   Christine Morrison, Communications & Community Engagement Specialist

The Regional Municipality of York

     17250 Yonge Street, Newmarket, L3Y 6Z1

Phone: 1-877-464-9675 ext. 75923          Email: roads.ea@york.ca

For updates, please visit www.york.ca/ea or www.godwinchan.com

 

 

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