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Province seeks input on transportation plan for Greater Golden Horseshoe
Oct. 25, 2017
Adam Martin-Robbins

The provincial government wants to hear your thoughts about how to ease crippling gridlock in the Greater Golden Horseshoe.

Officials at Queen's Park are embarking on a “long-term plan” to modernize the transportation system in the GGH region “to ensure people and goods are able to move throughout the region with greater ease,” according to a news release.

Dubbed the GGH Transportation Plan, the aim is to build on short-term and medium-term projects, such as the GO Regional Express Rail service expansion to build a better system. 

The aim is to ensure Ontario's transportation system is able to address challenges such as climate change, while leveraging the benefits of new technologies, such as automated vehicles, according to the news release

The province wants to know what you think about a draft set of long-term goals and objectives for the GGH Transportation Plan.

Responses collected through this consultation will shape the development of transportation options for moving people and goods throughout the region.

If you’re interested in helping shape the plan, you have until Dec. 23 to fill out an online survey.