The City is currently doing a comprehensive planning study, called Eglinton Connects, on the stretch of Eglinton Avenue that will be home to the Crosstown LRT.
Given that reserved bus lanes will no longer be needed when the LRT opens, the study is looking at where people will live and work, what kind and size of building will be on Eglinton and how the streets will look and function.
In April, the final study report came out with 21 recommendations on how to revitalize the streetscape with a focus on managing traffic and parking, greening the future right-of-way and managing growth. Read the full report on study website.
Both the Public Works and Infrastructure and Planning and Growth Management Committee considered the final report in April and asked City Planning to consult with communities along Eglinton on the recommendations. Two public consultation meetings are scheduled for May.
Date: Monday, May 12
| Meeting 2
Date: Thursday, May 15