Since 2016, the public and stakeholders have been engaged as the planning, design and environmental approval processes of priority Waterfront Transit Network projects advanced. Information on recent Virtual Community Consultations and past public meetings is detailed below.

On June 21, 2021, the City of Toronto, Waterfront Toronto and TTC hosted a Virtual Community Consultation for the public to learn more about ongoing work for the Waterfront East Light Rail Transit (LRT) Extension and help plan the future of Toronto’s waterfront community. Watch the recorded video presentation and view the June 21 presentation slides to learn more about current work on the Waterfront East LRT.

The Engagement Summary Report and Appendix document the feedback received from the virtual community consultation and engagement activities conducted by the project team between June 7, 2021, to July 6, 2021.

On February 17, 2021, the City of Toronto, Waterfront Toronto and TTC hosted a Virtual Community Consultation about ongoing work for the Waterfront East LRT Extension. Watch the recorded video presentation, read the discussion guide and view the presentation slides to learn more about the current work on the Waterfront East LRT.

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The Engagement Summary Report and Appendix document the feedback received from the virtual community consultation and engagement activities conducted by the project team between February 3, 2021, to March 4, 2021.

On March 4, 2019, the City of Toronto, Waterfront Toronto and TTC held a public meeting to gather feedback on the transit-technology options for the link between Union Station and Queens Quay. The public meeting included a presentation and display panels.

On September 18 and September 26, 2017, the City of Toronto, Waterfront Toronto and TTC held public meetings that included a presentation of the study findings to date and a range of options.

On May 25, 2016, the City of Toronto, Waterfront Toronto and TTC held a public meeting that included a presentation of the study progress to date and a range of preliminary transit concepts under consideration.

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