Move & Connect Body Content 20% Complete 80% In Progress Well-planned infrastructure and efficient transit modes shape a liveable city. Goals:Build on the strength of existing local and regional networks to expand opportunities for development. Increase local transit methods to help people access places, goods and services. Keep people and goods moving efficiently by investing in new infrastructure and maintaining a state-of-good-repair. Initiatives | November 2018 status Downtown Mobility HubStatus:In ProgressOutcomes:Feasibility study in progress as part of Queen St. Rapid Transit Master Plan. Advocating with MTO for downtown Brampton full mobility hub study. Higher Order Transit ConnectionsStatus:In ProgressOutcomes:Council-approved Hurontario Light Rail Transit (LRT) to Steeles in procurement with partners; City advocating for Brampton. LRT Extension Environmental Assessment implemented. Conceptual designs being developed and transportation and traffic analysis underway for short-listed LRT alternative routes. Two-Way All Day GO Regional Partnership and CollaborationStatus:In ProgressOutcomes:Daytime service expanded and commitment for two-way all-day GO service to Bramalea station by 2024. Collaborating with other municipalities to coordinate efforts to advance Two-Way-All-Day-Go west of Bramalea to Kitchener. Grow Transit ServicesStatus:CompleteOutcomes:From 2014 to 2018, 50% ridership increase. As of September 2018, ridership has further increased by another 16% over 2017. Züm service expanded on all four key corridors; direct link to TTC Subway Station in Vaughan complete; Council approved Brampton Transit's 5-year business plan in 2018. Queen St rapid transit corridor master planStatus:In ProgressOutcomes:Business Case with Metrolinx is underway, with demand modelling (transit and auto forecasts) incorporated. Trails and pathways, active transportation and cycling strategyStatus:In ProgressOutcomes:Two key recreation trail links completed: Franceschini Bridge over Hwy 410 and the Etobicoke Creek Trail inter-municipal connection. Active Transportation Master Plan in final stages of review, planned to be presented to City Council in Q1 2019. Capital Infrastructure repair and replacementStatus:CompleteOutcomes:9 Environmental Assessment (EA) projects continuing; 25 active detailed design projects underway; and over 30 active construction projects managed to align with the Transportation Master Plan. 2018 Road Resurfacing Project complete. GTA West Corridor (advocacy role)Status:In ProgressOutcomes:City continues to monitor provincial dialogue on the GTA West Corridor and advocate for the City's long-term transportation infrastructure needs. City has commenced an in-house transportation modelling assessment to confirm needs for Northwest Brampton/Heritage Heights and will inform the North West GTA Corridor Identification study. Highway 410 further expansion (advocacy role)Status:In ProgressOutcomes:Highway 410 expansion south of Queen Street to be completed by Q4 2018, with continued advocacy for future widening north of Queen Street beyond MTO's 5-year plan. Transportation Master PlanStatus:In ProgressOutcomes:Support and maintenance of 2015 plan continues: 6 lane road widenings in review; 10-year capital road plan proposal to follow. Brampton Complete Streets Guideline Study is on-going and new activity-based transportation demand model complete.