What is Dundas Connects?

Dundas Connects is a project that will develop a long-term, future-oriented Master Plan for Dundas. The plan will shape the future look and feel of Dundas, focusing on changes to land-use, transit and public realm. 

What changes are coming?

A great question - and exactly the question Dundas Connects will answer. Over the next 35 to 40 years the number of people who live, work, learn and travel along the Dundas Corridor is expected to increase. To manage this growth, Dundas Connects is exploring changes to land-use, transportation, and public space, and will lay out a series of recommendations regarding a plan for the future. Got specific questions about what this means? Contact us, or check out what your community thinks the future may look like here.

How can I participate?

There are many ways to participate! Join the conversation with one of our online engagement tools, like the idea wall or conversation forum. Or attend any one of our exciting in-person events happening throughout the year. 

When will Dundas Connects be completed?

The Dundas Connects' Master Plan will be completed by the end of 2017. For more information on the process, and its timelines, please visit the community consultation page.

What is the Study Area?

From end-to-end, the Dundas Corridor is 4 km wide and 17 km long, stretching from Oakville in the West, to Toronto in the East. Highlighted in the map below are "focus areas" where key intersections and points of interest exist.

Who is leading Dundas Connects?

Dundas Connects is led by City Council, and supported by City staff. Staff teams include Planning & Building, Transportation & Works, Community Services, and Corporate Services. A consultant team, led by AECOM, and supported by SvN and Swerhun Facilitation, provides specialized expertise in land-use and development, transit and transportation, storm-water management, public policy development, and public engagement.