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Metrolinx hosts open house on future "mobility hub"
at Dundas West / Bloor, March 22



Metrolinx recently launched new web pages to present its vision and standards for developing “mobility hubs”.

It defines mobility hubs as “places of connectivity” — often at a rapid-transit or commuter-train station. At the hubs, different modes of transportation — from walking to riding transit — come together “seamlessly”. They’re also where large numbers of people work, live, shop and play. The hubs support “The Big Move”, the regional transportation plan.

Now Metrolinx is starting to study the future Dundas West - Bloor mobility hub — at the intersection of Bloor and Dundas Streets West near the TTC’s Dundas West (subway) Station and GO Transit’s Bloor GO Station. The study would develop a plan to upgrade the current GO Transit and TTC services and integrate them with a stop on the future Air Rail Link.

It’s inviting you to get involved in the study by attending an open house on Tuesday, March 22, where you can find out more information. You can see displays and listen to a brief presentation to gain an overview of the study’s goals and objectives, opportunities and constraints.

Following the presentation, you’ll have the opportunity to meet in smaller groups to share your comments and ideas.

The event takes place on:

Wednesday, March 23

From 6 until 8:30 p.m.,
Lithuanian House,
1573 Bloor Street West (Just west of Dundas Street West)

Getting there by public transit
TTC’s 2 Bloor - Danforth subway, 40 Junction or 168 Symington buses, 504 King or 505 Dundas streetcars to Dundas West Station.

Walk half block south (right) on Dundas Street West to Bloor Street West, cross Bloor to the south side of the street, then walk west (right) one block to the southwest corner of Bloor Street West and Alhambra Avenue.