Love the Junction Res…Assoc (JRA)'s Aways was choice in their current poll

The poll current at the Junction residents Assoc site has a choice that is simply wonderful… the choice being “alway was” To vote click here




Metronlix sent this out.

Metrolinx, an agency of the Province of Ontario, is helping transform the way the region moves by championing and delivering mobility solutions for the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area (GTHA).


The Big Move, Metrolinx’s Regional Transportation Plan for the GTHA, imagines a future in which key transit stations become mobility hubs. Mobility hubs consist of major transit stations and the surrounding area. They serve a critical function in the regional transportation system as the origin, destination, or transfer point for a significant portion of trips. They are places of connectivity where different modes of transportation – from walking to riding transit – come together seamlessly and where there is an intensive concentration of working, living, shopping and/or playing.

The Dundas West-Bloor Mobility Hub Study

We are conducting a study on the proposed Dundas West-Bloor Mobility Hub. The study includes the development of a plan to better integrate existing GO Transit and TTC services, as well as provide a design foundation for future major upgrades to GO Transit and TTC service, and a stop on the Union-Pearson Air Rail Link.

The study builds closely on the findings of the Bloor-Dundas Avenue Study prepared by Brook McIlroy and commissioned by the City of Toronto in 2009.

The Open House

You’re invited to attend our open house to find out more about this study.

Date: Wednesday, March 23, 2011
Time: 6:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Venue: Lithuanian House, 1573 Bloor Street West

Information will be on display and there will be a brief presentation to provide an overview of the study’s goals and objectives, opportunities and constraints, and recommendations for the focus areas.

Following the presentation, participants will have the opportunity to break out into smaller groups to take part in a series of discussions and share their comments.

If you have any questions or would like more information, please call 416-581-1300.

We look forward to seeing you there!

I'm glad to see they're moving forward with this. They should connect the GO station with the TTC station. It would make both systems more accessible to people living around them. Imagine being able to get on the subway directly from the Railpath, for instance.

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