February 2020 Update: The City is considering a two-phased implementation approach. See the new information panels below and provide your feedback.
The City is reviewing a plan for the completion of the North York Centre Service Road, which would include a new road connection between Doris Avenue and Tradewind Avenue at Sheppard Avenue.
Information panels in print were viewed and discussed one-on-one with the project team.
Date: February 27, 2020
Drop-in: 6 to 8 p.m.
Location: North York Memorial Community Hall (5110 Yonge St.), Lower Level, directly below the North York Central Library.
Please provide your feedback by March 5, 2020.
The City is considering a two-phased implementation approach for North York Centre Service Road south of Sheppard Avenue.
Create an offset intersection by extending Tradewind Avenue up to Sheppard Avenue, and installing coordinated traffic signals at Doris Avenue and Tradewind Avenue.
Bonnington Place would be closed off in a cul-de-sac.
This was identified as Option C in the Environmental Assessment.
The proposed timing of construction: post-2022
Realignment of Doris Avenue to meet the northern extension of Tradewind Avenue, resulting in a more standard four-legged intersection at Sheppard Avenue.
This is a hybrid of Option A and Option B identified in the Environmental Assessment.
Implementation will be dependent on property acquisition and detailed design.
Both phases will protect for a four-lane street south of Sheppard Avenue, with two lanes in each direction, sidewalks on both sides of the road and a wider boulevard where feasible.
Detailed design and required property acquisition would be initiated following City Council consideration and approval of next steps, which is expected this spring 2020.
The official title of this study is the North York Centre South Service Road Municipal Class Environmental Assessment Addendum.
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