Appleby GO Mobility Hub October 11 meeting
A public meeting to gather input about proposed concepts for the Appleby GO Mobility Hub will be held on Wednesday, Oct. 11, 2017 at 6:30 p.m. at Appleby Ice Centre, Multi-Purpose Room, 1201 Appleby Line.
The Appleby GO Mobility Hub is a locally recognized Mobility Hub centred around the Appleby GO Station. The Appleby GO Mobility Hub study area boundary is comprised of an area of approximately 800 meters around the GO Station, south of Highway 403, along Appleby Line and extending along the Fairview Street corridor and north along Queensway Drive.
“Thank you to all residents and stakeholders who have attended the Mobility Hub meetings so far or provided their feedback to staff at drop-in open houses, said Mary Lou Tanner, Chief Planner and Director of City Building for the City of Burlington.
"We are working toward a shared vision for each of the Mobility Hubs and the community’s input is vital in the development of the plans for these neighbourhoods. We hope to see you at our next events to continue our collaboration for our Mobility Hubs.”
Once approved, the Area-Specific Plans created through the Mobility Hub studies will be adopted as part of the city’s new Official Plan. In Halton Region, it is anticipated the population will grow from 530,000 to one million people by 2041.
The Province of Ontario’s provincial growth plan, Places to Grow, mandates the City of Burlington plan for a population of 193,000 by 2031. For more information about the Mobility Hubs studies, visit www.burlington.ca/mobilityhubs.