Scarborough Community Council is holding a public meeting on May 2, 2018 to consider the proposed amendments to the Official Plan and Scarborough Centre Secondary Plan resulting from the Scarborough Centre Transportation Master Plan study. The Agenda and Master Plan Final Staff Report are now available!

 

Over the next 20-30 years, Scarborough Centre is expected to change significantly through development and public sector investments. The Scarborough Centre on the Move Transportation Master Plan study will guide these changes and establish a transportation network supportive of all users, focusing on building connections within the Centre as well as to the surrounding area and the rest of the City. The study will support the vision and evolution of Scarborough Centre into a walkable and connected urban centre, with an efficient, safe, and balanced transportation network.

The Scarborough Centre on the Move Transportation Master Plan study will be conducted to satisfy the requirements of Phases 1 and 2 of the Municipal Class Environmental Assessment (Class EA) process in accordance with the Environmental Assessment Act. This Class EA process provides for:

  • Public input at key stages
  • Identification of problems/opportunities
  • Developing and evaluating a reasonable range of transportation network alternatives
  • Selecting a preferred transportation network

 

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Study Area

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Scarborough Centre Transportation Master Plan Study Area

We welcome your insights and comments at this point, and throughout the Scarborough Centre on the Move Transportation Master Plan study. Right from study initiation and well in advance of the public consultation meetings, City staff were already engaging the public at Planners in Public Spaces (PiPS) events to get people’s ideas on opportunities for change in Scarborough Centre.

Study Notice of Commencement 

Study Initiation and Early Engagement Summary

The first public consultation meeting took place on November 29, 2016 (6 p.m. to 9 p.m.) at Scarborough Civic Centre. 14,338 notices were sent out to the local community in advance of the meeting. Notices were also placed in the Scarborough Mirror on November 17 & 24, 2016. Materials related to the first public consultation meeting are available below:

Public Meeting # 1 Notice

Public Meeting # 1 Presentation

Public Meeting # 1 Summary Report

Progress Memo # 1 Report

The second public consultation meeting took place on May 10, 2017 (1:30 p.m. to 9 p.m.) at Scarborough Civic Centre. Over 15,000 notices were sent out to the local community in advance of the meeting. Notices were also placed in the Scarborough Mirror on April 27 & May 4, 2017. Materials related to this public meeting are available below:

Public Meeting # 2 Notice

Public Meeting # 2 Presentation

Public Meeting # 2 Discussion Guide

Public Meeting # 2 Summary Report

Progress Memo # 2 Report

The third public consultation meeting took place on November 22, 2017 (6:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.) at Scarborough Civic Centre. Over 15,000 notices were sent out to the local community in advance of the meeting. Notices were also placed in the Scarborough Mirror on November 9 & November 16, 2017. Materials related to this public meeting are available below:

Public Meeting # 3 Notice

Public Meeting # 3 Presentation

Public Meeting # 3 Comment Form

Public Meeting # 3 Summary Report

The study’s Local Advisory Committee (LAC) meetings took place on February 7, April 20 and November 1, 2017 at Scarborough Civic Centre. The sessions generated great discussion and provided valuable insights to the study team moving forward. A link to the meeting summaries is provided below:

Local Advisory Committee Meeting # 1 Minutes

Local Advisory Committee Meeting # 2 Minutes

Local Advisory Committee Meeting # 3 Minutes

Final reports pertaining to the Scarborough Centre on the Move Transportation Master Plan study will be posted below as they become available:

Consultant Report – Executive Summary