Two public meetings are being scheduled to support the feasibility study done by the City of Kitchener and the Region of Waterloo to determine if and where the pedestrian crossing over the LRT tracks in Traynor-Vanier could be constructed. The City of Kitchener staff has consulted the KW Tenant Group and Social Development Centre regarding the first meeting coming up in November to introduce the study, assess the context, present evaluation criteria and outline high level crossing options. (Photo taken by Innah Gaspar)
The second public meeting will present the findings and recommended options. We are looking forward to the community engagement process being launched and privileged to be able to support the residents together with the dedicated city staff. You can find out more in the recent Record (October 17) and CBC KW (October 18) articles. The petition started by the KW Tenant Group has 463 participants who left more than 130 comments. You can leave your comment and be a voice in the public consultation.