Public Information Centres

 

Richmond Street Underground Utilities Realignment

 

Public Information Centre #1

The first PIC for the Richmond Street Utilities Realignment EA was held February 23, 2017 at the London Public Library, Central Branch.  The display boards are available here.

 

Rapid Transit Master Plan

 

Public Information Centre #4

The fourth Shift Public Information Centre was held on February 23, 2017 at the London Public Library, Central Branch.  The display boards are available here.

 Initial Concept Drawings: North and East Route

Initial Concept Drawings:  South and West Route 

Public Information Centre #3

The third Shift Public Information Centre was held on December 2, 2015 at the London Public Library, Central Branch.  The display boards are available here.

Public Information Centre #2

The second Public Information Centre was held on May 28 at the Agriplex and on May 30, 2015 at the Goodwill Centre. The display boards from the meetings are available here

Public Information Centre #1

The first Public Information Centre (PIC#1) was held on February 4, 2015 at London Central Library to introduce the study and its objectives.  Here are the display boards from the meeting.

PIC #1 also included a panel discussion including three distinguished panelists:

      • Michael Roschlau, President and CEO of the Canadian Urban Transit Association
      • Dr. Jeff Casello, Associate Professor, Planning and Civil Engineering, University of Waterloo, and
      • Hazel McCallion –Mississauga’s Longest Serving Mayor.  


Here are their presentations, available in both video and PowerPoint:

Rapid Transit for London: The Time is Right- Michael Roschlau (PowerPoint)

 Investing in Rapid Transit: Experience from the Region of Waterloo - Jeff Casello (PowerPoint)

 

Hazel McCallion (no PowerPoint presented)


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  • Thank you Hazel I understand better now.
  • “Canada’s population is projected to grow from 33 million to over 40 milliom by 2040. Growth of cities, an aging population, immigration, and changing lifestyles will be major factors.”
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