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On June 11, 2018, the Dundas Connects Master Plan was presented at Planning and Development Committee. The Master Plan will help guide future urban growth and intensification along the Dundas Street Corridor. The Dundas Connects Master Plan was endorsed by City Council on June 20, 2018.


The next phase of the project will include a Transit Project Assessment (TPAP) and will consider alternative design concepts. It will also require a completed Environmental Project Report. Future work will be completed to implement land use, policies, guidelines and regulations.


Each phase of the consultation process was supported by a variety of in-person and online tools that were used to maximize accessibility and inclusivity. Face-to-face consultation included event pop-ups, public meetings, and issue-specific focus groups. Digital engagement included a suite of online tools, like mapper, quick polls, conversation forums, and idea walls. These tools gave a voice to those who were unable to attend face-to-face events.


Have suggestions about how we can improve Dundas? We want to hear from you! Participate and share your ideas, opinions, and local knowledge to help us develop a Dundas that better reflects your needs. Opportunities to get involved are always changing. Check back often to see upcoming events and other ways to participate. Together, let’s build a better Dundas! #dundasconnects


On June 11, 2018, the Dundas Connects Master Plan was presented at Planning and Development Committee. The Master Plan will help guide future urban growth and intensification along the Dundas Street Corridor. The Dundas Connects Master Plan was endorsed by City Council on June 20, 2018.


The next phase of the project will include a Transit Project Assessment (TPAP) and will consider alternative design concepts. It will also require a completed Environmental Project Report. Future work will be completed to implement land use, policies, guidelines and regulations.


Each phase of the consultation process was supported by a variety of in-person and online tools that were used to maximize accessibility and inclusivity. Face-to-face consultation included event pop-ups, public meetings, and issue-specific focus groups. Digital engagement included a suite of online tools, like mapper, quick polls, conversation forums, and idea walls. These tools gave a voice to those who were unable to attend face-to-face events.


Have suggestions about how we can improve Dundas? We want to hear from you! Participate and share your ideas, opinions, and local knowledge to help us develop a Dundas that better reflects your needs. Opportunities to get involved are always changing. Check back often to see upcoming events and other ways to participate. Together, let’s build a better Dundas! #dundasconnects