Open house notice: The Ward to Downtown bridges

The City of Guelph is hosting its second public information centre, which will include a brief presentation followed by an open house to review progress to date of the Schedule ‘B’ Municipal Class Environmental Assessment (EA) study for two pedestrian/cyclist bridges across the Speed River. This progress includes completed technical studies and evaluation of the bridge location alternatives. The study area is bound by Wellington Street East, the Guelph Junction Railway tracks, Arthur Street South, and Neeve Street.

Tuesday, March 21

2-4 p.m. and 6-8 p.m.
City Hall, 1 Carden Street, Guelph

Why come to the public information centre?

This is your opportunity to view project information and provide input on the project team’s evaluation of the alternatives. We invite you to view the presentation and talk with project team members, and encourage you to ask questions about the EA process and information provided.

About the project

Study area of The Ward to Downtown bridges

Study area of The Ward to Downtown bridges

As recommended in the Downtown Secondary Plan, the City is proposing to build two pedestrian/cyclist bridges within the study area. The bridges are being considered to address the anticipated increase in pedestrian and cyclist traffic generated from the adjacent condominium development on Arthur Street South and other developments further east within St. Patrick’s Ward. An open house was held on September 21, 2016 to obtain the public’s input at the start of the study process.

For more information

Tiffany Brûlé, OALA, CSLA, Parks Planner
City of Guelph
519-822-1260 x 3371
tiffany.brule@guelph.ca

Brent Willis, P.Eng.
Project Manager
GM BluePlan Engineering Limited
519-376-1805
brent.willis@gmblueplan.ca