Prince Street

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The Town of Halton Hills is initiating a study to identify, develop and evaluate options for the upgrade/improvement of Prince Street between Main Street and Barraclough Boulevard, in the Hamlet of Glen Williams.

The Town is seeking preliminary input from local residents through the following survey to assist staff in developing the Terms of Reference (TOR) for the Study, and a Request for Proposal (RFP) to retain a qualified consultant to undertake the Study.

This represents the first phase of consultation with local residents. The study will include a robust consultation process to ensure that local residents are able to provide their input and remain informed throughout the process.

The Town of Halton Hills is initiating a study to identify, develop and evaluate options for the upgrade/improvement of Prince Street between Main Street and Barraclough Boulevard, in the Hamlet of Glen Williams.

The Town is seeking preliminary input from local residents through the following survey to assist staff in developing the Terms of Reference (TOR) for the Study, and a Request for Proposal (RFP) to retain a qualified consultant to undertake the Study.

This represents the first phase of consultation with local residents. The study will include a robust consultation process to ensure that local residents are able to provide their input and remain informed throughout the process.

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    The Town is seeking preliminary input from local residents through the following survey. This input  will help staff develop the Terms of Reference (TOR) and a Request for Proposal (RFP) to retain a qualified consultant to undertake the Study.  

    This  survey is being issued to identified participants within the geographic boundary of Prince Street between Main Street and Barraclough Blvd, Princess Lane, Barraclough Blvd, Holdroyd Court and Ainley Trail in the Hamlet of Glen Williams.

    Key Definitions: 

    • Active Transportation – Refers to facilities that promote alternative modes of transportation (e.g., cycling, etc.) and includes both on-road and off-road facilities. Typical examples include bike lanes (on-road), paved shoulders (on-road) and multi-use paths (off-road).
    • Pedestrian Facilities – Refers to off-road facilities specifically designed for pedestrian use. Typical examples include sidewalks and pathways.
    • Rural Cross-Section – No curbs and drainage utilizing roadside ditches.
    • Urban Cross-Section – Full curbs and drainage utilizing underground storm sewers.
    • Urban / Rural Cross-Section – Partial curbs (one side) and drainage utilizing a combination of roadside ditches and storm sewers.
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