Eastern Gardiner Expressway public consultation survey

The City of Toronto and Waterfront Toronto are working to transform the waterfront into a world-class location in which to live, work and play. As part of that work, an Environmental Assessment (EA) study is underway for the eastern Gardiner Expressway and Lake Shore Boulevard corridor between Jarvis Street and the Don Valley Parkway.

A survey of pedestrians, cyclists and drivers who use this corridor has


Members of the general public are invited to provide their input so that informed, high quality decisions can be made about the future of the Gardiner. This is one of several ways in which the public will be consulted during the EA process.


The results of the survey will provide valuable public input about key travel behaviour and attitudes concerning the future of the eastern Gardiner-Lake Shore Corridor.

Members of the public are asked to complete the online survey at http://www.gardinerconsultation.ca by June 20, 2010.


Those who do not have internet access and want to receive a paper copy of the survey to complete and submit, or who have any questions about the survey, can call Liz Nield at 416-894-1448.


The City of Toronto and Waterfront Toronto appreciate the public's participation in the consultation process.


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