TORONTO — The Ontario government has launched an online survey seeking feedback that will contribute to long-term transportation planning for the Greater Golden Horseshoe (GGH) to the year 2051.
The survey is being undertaken as part of the development of a long-term regional transportation plan in the GGH, which is the urban region centred around the city of Toronto and extending from Waterloo, Wellington and Brant County from the west, Peterborough and Northumberland from the east, Simcoe County to the north, with Haldimand and Niagara to the south, stated a recent release.
“We’ve received great feedback as we develop this transportation plan and are encouraging even more people to participate in helping to shape the future of transportation in the Greater Golden Horseshoe,” said Caroline Mulroney, minister of transportation, in the statement. “This survey is incredibly important. We need the community to take part in order to build a high functioning and efficient transportation system that will keep families and the economy of the Greater Golden Horseshoe moving.”
A summary of the survey findings will be produced by the Ministry of Transportation and posted on the GGH transportation plan webpage.