The City of Toronto is committed to engaging the public in a way that’s transparent, collaborative, inclusive and authentic. The City wants to make it easy for the public to get involved and invites feedback at every stage of the process – in person and online.
In June 2015, we collected feedback on potential Relief Line corridors and the results of the potential station area evaluation. With the information gathered through this recent consultation, we have:
- Finalized the evaluation of potential station areas; and
- Evaluated potential corridors and identify a preferred corridor.
Consultation in February and March 2016 focused on the results of the potential corridors evaluation, including the recommended Preferred Corridor, identifying the more specific and detailed potential alignments and stations within the Preferred Corridor for further consideration.
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Public Consultation Principles
Inclusiveness – engage the widest possible audience through multiple consultation opportunities
Timeliness – offer early and ongoing opportunities for participation well before decisions are made
Transparency – records of all consultation activities will be made available to the public
Balance – provide opportunities for diverse perspectives and opinions to be raised and considered
Flexibility – adapt as required to meet the needs of participants
Traceability – demonstrate the impact of participant input on decision making