Niagara Region is undertaking an Environmental Assessment Study for improvements to Lundy’s Lane (Regional Road 20) from Highland Avenue to Montrose Road (Regional Road 98) in the City of Niagara Falls.
It is a four-lane road that is an important corridor for moving vehicles, people, and goods across the city, and is often heavily populated with traffic associated with the tourism industry, as many attractions, restaurants and retail stores are located along Lundy’s Lane. It is imperative that Lundy’s Lane remains a safe and effective transportation route now and in the future.
This study will build on the recommendations of the Niagara Region’s Transportation Master Plan which included the following:
The study will aim to identify improvements to the roadway to meet the future needs of the surrounding community for all road users. The study will address active transportation, complete streets approach, streetscaping, and compatibly with the various land uses within the study area.
The study is being carried out as a Schedule ‘C’ project in accordance with the requirements of the Municipal Class Environmental Assessment process, which is an approved process under the Ontario Environmental Assessment Act.
This study will address the requirements of Phases 1 to 4 of the Municipal Class Environmental Assessment process. Once the study is complete, an Environmental Study Report will be prepared and available for public review and comment. A Notice of Completion will be issued at that stage.
Consultation with the public, Indigenous Nations, regulatory agencies and stakeholders is a key element of the Class Environmental Assessment process. Three Public Information Centres will be conducted throughout this study to solicit public input.
At this time, Niagara Region is planning to host Public Information Centre #1. The purpose of the first Public Information Centre is to share information about the project background, Class Environmental Assessment Study process, the problem to be addressed by and opportunities available for this study, and obtain preliminary input from the public for consideration into the study process.
Public Information Centre #1
Public Information Centre #1 will be held online. You can participate by attending an online presentation and / or by viewing information materials. Materials will be available starting April 6, 2022 and comments will be received until May 4, 2022.
The study team will deliver an online presentation on April 20, 2022, starting at 6 p.m. Following the presentation, the Public Information Centre will continue until 7:30 p.m.
Comments received from the virtual consultation platform will be addressed. There will also be an opportunity at the end of the presentation to ask any questions or submit further comments. Please email email@example.com to register for and receive an invitation to the online presentation.
If you would like to receive future notices by email, or if you have any questions or comments, contact one of the study team members identified below:
Michael Kowalczyk, C.E.T.
Project Manager, Transportation Engineering
905-980-6000 ext. 3662
Steve Brant, P. Eng.
Consultant Project Manager
Urban and Environmental Management Inc.
Personal information collected or submitted in writing at public meetings will be collected, used and disclosed by members of Regional Council and Regional staff in accordance with the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (MFIPPA). The written submissions including names, contact information and reports of the public meeting will be made available. Questions should be referred to the Privacy Office at 905-980-6000 ext. 3779 or FOI@niagararegion.ca.
If you need accommodations for a disability to attend and participate in meetings or events, please let us know in advance so that arrangements can be made in a timely manner. Contact the Accessibility Advisory Coordinator at 905-980-6000 ext. 3252 or firstname.lastname@example.org.