Residents are invited to have their say on the future of Casablanca Boulevard and Livingston Avenue by participating in a short online survey. The survey seeks to gather resident input and to identify transportation challenges in this area.
Niagara Region is conducting two Municipal Class Environmental Assessments to identify the improvements needed for key transportation routes around the future Grimsby GO Transit Station set to open in 2021.
The areas being studied are:
These two studies build on the work done as part of the Grimsby Secondary Plan and the Region's Transportation Master Plan. Even though the two studies are being carried out separately, they are closely related so early work on these studies, including public engagement, are being done together due to significant overlap and for scheduling and resource efficiencies.
The next Public Information Centre will be held on November 28, 2018 at 5 p.m. at Casablanca Winery Inn, 4 Winward Drive in Grimsby. At the Public Information Centre there will be an opportunity to see the latest proposals being considered and to provide your comments. More information on the public information centre will be available closer to the date. Residents can access the survey on the Region’s website at niagararegion.ca.
Niagara Region and Niagara’s local area municipalities have been actively working to bring daily GO Train Service and expanded inter-municipal transit service to all of Niagara. The Province of Ontario has committed to bringing daily GO Train service to Grimsby, St. Catharines and Niagara Falls. This means that here in Niagara we have to get those areas ready to receive and take the best advantage of GO Train service when it arrives.
Director, Transportation Services Division, Niagara Region
905-980-6000 ext. 3620