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Regional SustainabilityLeslie WooVice President, Policy, Planning and InnovationSustainable Building Advisor Certification...
GROWTHGTA1986 3,733,0852006 5,555,912     1,822,827 (+49%) in 20 yearsTORONTO1996 2,385,4212006 2,503,280       882,141 (+...
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GOVERNANCE: A REGIONAL ISSUE1988        Provincial Office of the Greater Toronto Area1997        Toronto/Metro Amalgamatio...
PLANNING FOR GROWTH                      9
10Waterfront Regeneration Trust (1992)
THE GGH GROWTH PLAN (2002-06)                                11                                     11
THE GGH GROWTH PLAN (2002-06)                                12                                     12
GREENBELT PLAN (2004 - 05)                             Legend                                      Regional and Single Tie...
THE BIG MOVE (2008)                      14
The Planning Process
Existing Regional Rapid Transit Network                                          16
2031 - Regional Rapid Transit Network                                        17
Top 15 Priority Transit Projects                                   18
2. High-order transit connectivity to Pearson Airport district   from all directions   1.2 Establish high-order transit co...
3. An expanded Union Station - the heart of the GTHA’s     transportation system  1.3 Union Station will become a customer...
4. A complete walking and cycling network   2.1 Plan and implement complete, integrated walking and cycling networks for t...
5. An information system for travellers, where and when   they need it   5.1 Create a regional transportation information ...
6. A region-wide integrated transit fare system    6.1 Implement a region-wide integrated transit fare system by 2012    t...
7. A System of Connected Mobility Hubs   7.1 Create a system of connected mobility hubs, including Anchor Hubs   and Gatew...
8. A comprehensive strategy for goods movement9.1 Develop a comprehensive strategy for goods movement within theGTHA, and ...
9. An Investment Strategy to provide stable and predictable   funding   Metrolinx required by legislation to report back b...
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Rapid Transit Network Performance                                          200080%                                        ...
FUNDED TRANSIT PROJECTS
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The Mississauga BRT Project• 18 kilometres of BRT• $259 million• Expected completion date of 2013                         ...
Toronto-York Spadina Subway Extension• 8.6 km of new subway• $2.6 billion• Expected completion date of 2015               ...
Air Rail Link• 25 km connection between Union Station and Pearson  International Airport• Expected completion date of 2015...
VIVA Rapidways• 41 km of BRT• $1.4 billion• Construction will continue over the  next 8 yearsBRT street design rendering i...
Eglinton Crosstown LRT• 19 km of new LRT• $4.9 billion• Expected completion date of 2020                            37
Scarborough RT Upgrade & Extension• 7 km upgrade & 3 km extension• $1.8 billion• Expected completion  date of 2019        ...
Finch West & Sheppard East LRTs• 24 km of new LRT: 11 km along Finch and 13 km along  Sheppard• $2 billion• Projects are i...
Brampton Queen Street Rapid Transit• 19 km of rapid bus service in mixed traffic  (upgrade of service to BRT in the planni...
MOBILITY HUBS
Mobility Hub Studies and Station Master Plans UpdateMetrolinx Board Meeting, September 11, 2012                           ...
The Big Move imagines a future in which keytransit stations become MOBILITY HUBS, wheretransportation modes, including rap...
Mobility Hub Objectives                          44
Mobility Hubs Across the GTHA                 51 mobility hubs identified in The Big Move                    Indicates hub...
 Comfortable and efficient connections between walking, cycling,  local transit, rapid transit, and personal vehicles Ra...
 Provide a high level of pedestrian priority, safety, and amenities Build or retrofit a network of complete streets to s...
 Ensure an accessible, attractive, and comfortable customer  experience Transit station will be a centre of activity in ...
 Right-sizing commuter parking Parking pricing as part of an overall approach to transportation demand  management High...
 Mix of employment, retail, housing, and civic/cultural facilities key to role of  hub as an origin and destination for t...
 Use context-sensitive architecture and landscaping to create an  attractive pedestrian-scaled environment and encourage ...
 Mobility hubs should be innovative, best practice examples of  environmental sustainability Implement sustainable energ...
 Attracting transit supportive development is a key challenge at many hubs Public investment and infrastructure design s...
 Detailed phasing is required to reach the vision in achievable  steps Stations and other facilities should be “future p...
Status of Hub Studies and Station Master Plans4 hub studies and station master plans completed7 hub studies and station ma...
Bloor-Dundas West Mobility Hub• Mobility Hub Study completed in July 2011• Bloor GO/ARL Station construction completion fo...
Cooksville GO Mobility Hub• Mobility Hub Study completed in September 2011.• Business Case and Implementation Plan for GO ...
Port Credit GO Mobility Hub• Mobility Hub Study completed in September 2011.                                              ...
Weston Station• Master Plan completed August 2012.• ARL/GO Station construction scheduled for completion in 2015.         ...
Midtown Oakville Mobility Hub• Mobility Hub Study currently being finalized• Working closely with the Town on next steps f...
Mobility Hubs Outreach• Mobility Hub Guidelines released in  2011• 425+ people participated in 15  workshops and informati...
PARTICIPATORY PLANNING with meaningful consultation                                                      62               ...
DIVERSITY of views embraced                              63                                   63
REFLECTIONS: The URBAN Triple Bottom Line +   Prosperity +   Sustainability +   Civil Society                             ...
REFLECTIONS: the Rise of the URBAN metropolis                                                65
REFLECTIONS: navigating URBAN complexity                                           66
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Leslie.woo@metrolinx.com   www.metrolinx.com                     Thank you                                 68
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  1. 1. Regional SustainabilityLeslie WooVice President, Policy, Planning and InnovationSustainable Building Advisor Certification September 28th 2012 1
  2. 2. GROWTHGTA1986 3,733,0852006 5,555,912 1,822,827 (+49%) in 20 yearsTORONTO1996 2,385,4212006 2,503,280 882,141 (+37%) in 10 years• 2 million more people in last 20 years ~ 100,000 per year 2
  3. 3. 3R. M. Wright (2000)
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  8. 8. GOVERNANCE: A REGIONAL ISSUE1988 Provincial Office of the Greater Toronto Area1997 Toronto/Metro Amalgamation1998 Greater Toronto Services Board (to 2001)1999 Ontario SuperBuild Growth Fund established2003 Creation of a provincial infrastructure ministry2005 Bill 53 – City of Toronto Act2006 Greater Toronto Transportation Authority (Metrolinx) 8
  9. 9. PLANNING FOR GROWTH 9
  10. 10. 10Waterfront Regeneration Trust (1992)
  11. 11. THE GGH GROWTH PLAN (2002-06) 11 11
  12. 12. THE GGH GROWTH PLAN (2002-06) 12 12
  13. 13. GREENBELT PLAN (2004 - 05) Legend Regional and Single Tier Boundaries Greenbelt Plan Area 13 13
  14. 14. THE BIG MOVE (2008) 14
  15. 15. The Planning Process
  16. 16. Existing Regional Rapid Transit Network 16
  17. 17. 2031 - Regional Rapid Transit Network 17
  18. 18. Top 15 Priority Transit Projects 18
  19. 19. 2. High-order transit connectivity to Pearson Airport district from all directions 1.2 Establish high-order transit connectivity to the Pearson Airport district from all directions, including a multi-purpose, fast transit link to downtown Toronto.
  20. 20. 3. An expanded Union Station - the heart of the GTHA’s transportation system 1.3 Union Station will become a customer-focused facility that provides seamless connections between all modes of transportation and the surrounding downtown Toronto area. The following will be clearly addressed: • upgrading of facilities to accommodate services proposed in the RTP, • phasing to allow for the timely delivery of services; and • identification of necessary investment and potential revenue streams to meet the above objectives.
  21. 21. 4. A complete walking and cycling network 2.1 Plan and implement complete, integrated walking and cycling networks for the GTHA to bring every GTHA urban resident to within a maximum of one km of a dedicated bicycling facility. This will be supported by a provincial funding commitment increased over time to at least $20 million per year for municipalities to complete the walking and cycling networks. photo: Gary J. Wood
  22. 22. 5. An information system for travellers, where and when they need it 5.1 Create a regional transportation information portal that is accessible online and by telephone, e-mail or smart phone that provides all users of the transportation system with comprehensive, easily accessible and standardized information on the full-range of transportation alternatives and optimal routings available to them, as well as the status of all of the elements of the transportation network.
  23. 23. 6. A region-wide integrated transit fare system 6.1 Implement a region-wide integrated transit fare system by 2012 that allows users to pay a seamless, integrated fare for all transit systems across the region
  24. 24. 7. A System of Connected Mobility Hubs 7.1 Create a system of connected mobility hubs, including Anchor Hubs and Gateway Hubs, at key intersections in the regional rapid transit network that provide travellers with access to the system, support high density development, and demonstrate excellence in customer service
  25. 25. 8. A comprehensive strategy for goods movement9.1 Develop a comprehensive strategy for goods movement within theGTHA, and between the GTHA and other regions, that identifiesopportunities and actions to improve efficiency, increase capacity, enhancethe region’s competitiveness, and reduce emissions of GHGs and otherpollutants.
  26. 26. 9. An Investment Strategy to provide stable and predictable funding Metrolinx required by legislation to report back by June 2013 on recommended revenue and financial tools to implement the 25-year RTP.
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  30. 30. Rapid Transit Network Performance 200080% 1800 TODAY70% 160060% 1400 In 25 Years: 120050% CURRENT Auto TRENDS 100040% Transit Walk/Cycle 80030% 2015: TOP 15 600 Projects20% 40010% 200 In 25 Years: RTP0% MODELLING 0 FORECAST Today 2031 Mode Share Total length of rapid transit service (km) 3 TODAY 120 TODAY 2.5 100 In 25 Years: In 25 Years: 80 2 CURRENT CURRENT TRENDS TRENDS 60 1.5 2015: TOP 15 2015: TOP 40 Projects 15 Projects 1 20 In 25 Years: 0.5 In 25 Years: RTP 0 MODELLING RTP FORECAST 0 MODELLING Average time spent commuting each day per person (minutes) FORECAST Annual GHG emissions from passenger transportation per person (tonnes)
  31. 31. FUNDED TRANSIT PROJECTS
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  33. 33. The Mississauga BRT Project• 18 kilometres of BRT• $259 million• Expected completion date of 2013 33
  34. 34. Toronto-York Spadina Subway Extension• 8.6 km of new subway• $2.6 billion• Expected completion date of 2015 Proposed design for Vaughan Mills Metropolitan Centre station 34
  35. 35. Air Rail Link• 25 km connection between Union Station and Pearson International Airport• Expected completion date of 2015 35
  36. 36. VIVA Rapidways• 41 km of BRT• $1.4 billion• Construction will continue over the next 8 yearsBRT street design rendering in Newmarket 36
  37. 37. Eglinton Crosstown LRT• 19 km of new LRT• $4.9 billion• Expected completion date of 2020 37
  38. 38. Scarborough RT Upgrade & Extension• 7 km upgrade & 3 km extension• $1.8 billion• Expected completion date of 2019 38
  39. 39. Finch West & Sheppard East LRTs• 24 km of new LRT: 11 km along Finch and 13 km along Sheppard• $2 billion• Projects are in the Engineering and Design phase 39
  40. 40. Brampton Queen Street Rapid Transit• 19 km of rapid bus service in mixed traffic (upgrade of service to BRT in the planning phase)• $285 million• In operation 40
  41. 41. MOBILITY HUBS
  42. 42. Mobility Hub Studies and Station Master Plans UpdateMetrolinx Board Meeting, September 11, 2012 42
  43. 43. The Big Move imagines a future in which keytransit stations become MOBILITY HUBS, wheretransportation modes, including rapid transit,local transit, specialized transit, cycling andaccessible pedestrian networks come togetherSEAMLESSLY.
  44. 44. Mobility Hub Objectives 44
  45. 45. Mobility Hubs Across the GTHA 51 mobility hubs identified in The Big Move Indicates hubs in which Metrolinx is actively engaged 45
  46. 46.  Comfortable and efficient connections between walking, cycling, local transit, rapid transit, and personal vehicles Range of transportation alternatives to access the station
  47. 47.  Provide a high level of pedestrian priority, safety, and amenities Build or retrofit a network of complete streets to support movement by all modes of transportation
  48. 48.  Ensure an accessible, attractive, and comfortable customer experience Transit station will be a centre of activity in many mobility hubs and should contribute to sense of place through high-quality architecture and public realm improvements
  49. 49.  Right-sizing commuter parking Parking pricing as part of an overall approach to transportation demand management High quality design of parking facilities
  50. 50.  Mix of employment, retail, housing, and civic/cultural facilities key to role of hub as an origin and destination for trips throughout the day Clustering population and employment reduces the need for travel, and facilitates more travel options, making the transportation system more efficient
  51. 51.  Use context-sensitive architecture and landscaping to create an attractive pedestrian-scaled environment and encourage active street life
  52. 52.  Mobility hubs should be innovative, best practice examples of environmental sustainability Implement sustainable energy, water, landscape and waste management practices
  53. 53.  Attracting transit supportive development is a key challenge at many hubs Public investment and infrastructure design should enhance development potential Incentives are required for design excellence and innovation
  54. 54.  Detailed phasing is required to reach the vision in achievable steps Stations and other facilities should be “future proofed” to account for ridership growth and new investment
  55. 55. Status of Hub Studies and Station Master Plans4 hub studies and station master plans completed7 hub studies and station master plans underway2 are on the Airport Rail Link (ARL) under construction3 are on the Eglinton Crosstown under constructionCompleted: Underway:• Bloor-Dundas West, 2011 (Airport Rail Link) • Bramalea GO• Cooksville GO, 2011 • Bronte GO• Port Credit GO, 2011 • Caledonia (Eglinton Crosstown)• Weston, 2012 (Airport Rail Link) • Eglinton-Mount Dennis (Eglinton Crosstown) • Kennedy (Eglinton Crosstown) • Kipling • Midtown Oakville 55
  56. 56. Bloor-Dundas West Mobility Hub• Mobility Hub Study completed in July 2011• Bloor GO/ARL Station construction completion for late 2014. Source: Google Source: Google Source: Google 56
  57. 57. Cooksville GO Mobility Hub• Mobility Hub Study completed in September 2011.• Business Case and Implementation Plan for GO lands underway. 57 Source: Google
  58. 58. Port Credit GO Mobility Hub• Mobility Hub Study completed in September 2011. Source: Google Source: Google 58
  59. 59. Weston Station• Master Plan completed August 2012.• ARL/GO Station construction scheduled for completion in 2015. 59 Source: Google
  60. 60. Midtown Oakville Mobility Hub• Mobility Hub Study currently being finalized• Working closely with the Town on next steps for implementation 60 Source: Google
  61. 61. Mobility Hubs Outreach• Mobility Hub Guidelines released in 2011• 425+ people participated in 15 workshops and information sessions and 650+ copies of the Guidelines have been distributed.• User-friendly, searchable, web-based version of the Guidelines released in August 2012.• Profiles summarizing useful demographic and transportation data for each hub coming Fall 2012.• metrolinx.com/mobilityhubs 61
  62. 62. PARTICIPATORY PLANNING with meaningful consultation 62 62
  63. 63. DIVERSITY of views embraced 63 63
  64. 64. REFLECTIONS: The URBAN Triple Bottom Line + Prosperity + Sustainability + Civil Society 64
  65. 65. REFLECTIONS: the Rise of the URBAN metropolis 65
  66. 66. REFLECTIONS: navigating URBAN complexity 66
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  68. 68. Leslie.woo@metrolinx.com www.metrolinx.com Thank you 68

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