The City of Brampton has initiated a 'Schedule B' Municipal Class Environmental Assessment for the extension of Ken Whillans Drive south of Church Street. The study will evaluate traffic and connectivity needs, identify alternative road alignments, safety and operational improvements, land use implications, active transportation considerations, natural environment impacts and mitigation measures.
This study is being conducted in accordance with the planning and design process as outlined in the Municipal Engineers Association Municipal Class Environmental Assessment document (October 2000, as amended in 2007), which is approved under the Ontario Environmental Assessment Act.
Purpose of the Study
This study is being undertaken to support
the City’s vision to revitalize the Downtown Brampton area, including the
Riverwalk initiative and the future use of Rosalea Park, and to encourage more
multi-modal travel including walking, cycling, etc. The EA study will consider
opportunities that support the future use of the area and facilitate active
transportation, while working to minimize impacts to the surrounding
properties, natural environment, cultural landscape, and existing
- February 2021 - Notice of Study Commencement, which is issued
at the beginning of the study and presents background information and context
for the study.
- April 2022 - Public Information Centre, to present the
alternative solutions and designs, impacts, and mitigation measures.
- November 2022 - Notice of Completion, which is issued when the
Environmental Study Report has been completed and is available for a 30-day
public review period.
Documents, reports, and updates
Public Information Centre #1
Ghaz Mohammad M.Eng., P.Eng., PMP
City Project Manager
City of Brampton, Public Works & Engineering
1975 Williams Parkway
Brampton, ON L6S 6E5
Tel: 311 (if within City Limit)
Altaf Hussain, P.Eng.
Consultant Project Manager
1393 North Service Road E
Oakville, ON L6S 6E5