What systems are in place to inform the community of local disruptions?

Answer from Metrolinx: Metrolinx knows that building transit can be disruptive, and we will work with our project partners to minimize impacts to the community as much as possible.

We provide advance notice to communities about work taking place in their neighbourhood through a variety of methods. Community notices are currently being shared digitally with area elected officials and community groups where work will be taking place. Physical copies may also be provided to residents and businesses near work areas, at minimum 48 hours ahead of work beginning.

Residents and businesses can also stay connected with the latest Ontario Line updates and upcoming work through the Ontario Line website. These same updates and details of upcoming work are also shared through the weekly Ontario Line e-newsletter. The Ontario Line Community Relations team, with access to project team members, is available directly by email, phone and through other electronic means including a virtual appointment booking system and our social media channels. When possible, in person meetings will also resume.

Phone: 416-392-7903
Constituency Office: 100 Queen St W, A5, Toronto, ON M5H 2N2

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