In light of recent growth in Kingston’s east end, the City of Kingston is conducting a Schedule ‘C’ Municipal Class Environmental Assessment Study (Class EA) to review the current and future transportation needs of pedestrians, cyclists, Kingston Transit and vehicles:
- along Highway 15 from south of Highway 401 to Highway 2; and
- along Highway 2 from the La Salle Causeway to Princess Mary Avenue
The approximate study limits are illustrated on the map. Prior development approvals to close Biscayne Street at Highway 15 will be reviewed as part of this study.
Public open house
The purpose of the second open house is to provide an update on the study progress since the first open house and for the public to review and provide input on:
- The preferred roadway design elements for Highway 15
- Design options for the Highway 15 and Highway 2 intersection
- An updated assessment regarding Biscayne Street
- Options to improve the visual character and aesthetics of Highway 15
Thursday, June 16
Drop in between 5:30 p.m. and 8:00 p.m.
La Salle Secondary School, 773 Highway 15
For more information about the study, please visit www.CityofKingston.ca/highway15.
To submit a question, comment or for more information, please contact:
Tyler Lasko, P.Eng. Supervising engineer Infrastructure & development City of Kingston
216 Ontario St. Kingston, ON K7L 2Z3 Phone: 613-546-4291, ext. 2307
Joseph Arcaro, P.Eng. Project manager HDR Corporation
100 York Blvd., Suite 300 Richmond Hill, ON L4B 1J8 Phone: 1-888-860-1116