Greater Golden Horseshoe Transportation Plan

Over the next 25 years the Greater Golden Horseshoe (GGH) will grow to 13.5 million people. A functioning, efficient, and well-planned transportation system is vital to keep the population and economy of the GGH moving.

MTO is developing a long-term transportation plan for the Greater Golden Horseshoe.

The plan will set policy and investment priorities to keep the region moving in the future to support the government’s goals of addressing climate change, supporting economic development, and promoting new technology. The plan will help us work with municipalities and transit agencies to improve our highways, rail and bus networks, border crossings, airports and more.

Online Survey on Draft Long-term Goals and Objectives

The Ministry of Transportation (MTO) is seeking public comments and feedback on the draft long-term goals and objectives for the Greater Golden Horseshoe Transportation Plan. The goals and objectives will inform the development and assessment of transportation options as we develop the plan.

There are a number of ways to provide comments and feedback on the draft long-term goals and objectives, including:

Help us plan for the future of transportation in the Greater Golden Horseshoe. Visit GGHTransport2051.ca to complete the survey and make your voice heard.

Information collection and your privacy

The information that you provide on the online survey is protected under the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. No personal information is being collected.

The survey seeks feedback on the draft long-term goals and objectives for the GGH Transportation Plan. The feedback will assist the government in better understanding priorities for future transportation planning in the GGH. Questions about demographic details and location are asked to understand priorities across different demographic groups and geographic areas in the GGH.

The data will be used to help the province understand what is important to people who live, work and travel in the GGH, to support development of the GGH Transportation Plan.

Feedback and comment period

The online survey will be available during the comment period, which ends on December 23rd, 2017.

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