Environmental Assessments - Casablanca Boulevard and Livingston Avenue Extension

Niagara Region is conducting two Municipal Class Environmental Assessments to assess the improvements needed for key transportation routes in the vicinity of the future Grimsby GO Transit Station set to open in 2021.

The two road corridors being studied are:

  • Casablanca Blvd. and GO Station Access (from North Service Rd. to Main St.) and access to Region-owned lands on the south side of the CN rail line off of Livingston Ave.
  • Livingston Ave. extension from west of Emily St. to Main St.

These two studies build on the work done as part of the Grimsby Secondary Plan and the Region's Transportation Master Plan. They are being completed under Schedule 'C' of the Municipal Class Environmental Assessment Act.

The two studies are being carried out separately; however are closely related in terms of their adjacent location in the transportation network and as complementary and connecting road corridors. As such, the early work, including public engagement, are being done together due to significant overlap and for scheduling and resource efficiencies.

The Region is working in tandem with the Town of Grimsby, local community and Provincial agencies to identify and implement the right solutions for these two transportation corridors.

Reports and Documents

Contact

Carolyn Ryall
Director, Transportation Services
905-980-6000 ext. 3620
Email Carolyn Ryall

Public Engagement

Have your say on the future designs of the Casablanca Blvd. corridor by participating in a short online survey. The surveys will gather resident input on design alternatives.

Casablanca Blvd. designs survey

Project Timeline

june 2018 - Completed
Public Information Centre #1

summer 2018
Evaluation and refinement of the alternative solutions based on the established criteria

january 2019
Public Information Centre #2

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