WHITBY, ONT. — The Durham Meadoway visioning study, the first of several initiatives that will be needed to take the proposed pedestrian and cycling route and linear park from concept to construction in Durham Region, Ont., will begin with an open house Jan. 17.
The study will provide a vision and framework that will guide the future detailed planning and implementation of the corridor and will identify a functional route for the multi-use trail and create a concept plan for the types of experiences, amenities, gateways, public art and other elements that community stakeholders would like to see programmed or evolve over time, states a release. The route will connect people to destinations across more than 27 kilometres of Durham Region.
Durham residents are invited to attend the open house to share their ideas for the Durham Meadoway, provide input on route options and meet the project team.
It will be held in Whitby on the Tuesday, Jan. 17 at Durham Region Headquarters, and in Pickering on the Thursday, Jan. 19 at the Chestnut Hill Developments Recreation Complex. Both will run from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
For more information, visit https://yourvoice.durham.ca/durham-meadoway