Niagara Region is undertaking a Municipal Class Environmental Assessment (Class EA), in consultation with the City of Niagara Falls for improvements to Regional Road 43 (Bridge Street) and adjacent Municipal Roadways, including: Regional Road 43 (Bridge Street) from Victoria Avenue to River Road, Erie Avenue from Regional Road 43 (Bridge Street) to Queen Street, Park Street from Ontario Avenue to Zimmerman Avenue, and Zimmerman Avenue from Regional Road 43 (Bridge Street) to Park Street (see map).
The purpose of this Study is to identify alternative solutions and designs and to obtain the necessary approvals to undertake detailed design and construction of suitable transportation infrastructure to service the Niagara Falls GO Transit Station and vicinity. Opportunities for developing complete streets and increasing access for all road-users will be explored. The Class EA study defines the problem, identifies and evaluates alternative solutions, and develops a preferred design for the corridor in consultation with adjacent property owners, regulatory agencies, Indigenous communities, members of the local business community and the public. The solution and design is based on an evaluation of traffic operations and safety, transit and active transportation considerations, natural environment impacts, land use implications and costs.
If you have any questions or comments regarding the study, or wish to be added to the study mailing list, please contact
either of the following project team members:
Carolyn Ryall, P. Eng.
Director, Transportation Services
905.980.6000 x3620 | [email protected]
Ray Bacquie, P. Eng.
R.J. Burnside & Associates Limited
905.821.5891 | [email protected]
Posting Dates7/14/2021 to 8/9/2021