Throughout the duration of construction, the City will continue to update local residents, stakeholders, and businesses on the progress of work using the tools listed below. 

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Virtual Trailer Drop-Ins

The project team hosts Virtual Trailer Drop-In meetings where members of the public can join, (virtually), to ask questions about the ongoing KQQR construction work. Public Consultation Unit staff, a representative from the local City Councillor’s office and the TTC will be present to answer questions.

Construction Liaison Committee (CLC)

Throughout construction, the City will be meeting on a regular basis with affected groups adjacent to construction locations. The CLC is an advisory committee and not a formal commenting or decision-making body of the City of Toronto. The purpose of the CLC is to provide community input and advice to City staff regarding construction. The CLC is comprised of the following local interests:

  • Business Improvement Area (BIA)
  • Resident’s Associations
  • Community Organizations
  • Neighbouring Properties
  • Ward Councillor
  • City Staff: Project Manager, Transportation Services and Senior Public Consultation Coordinator
  • TTC