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Please take a look at the results from Round One of the Gardiner East EA consultation process. Questions, comments and other feedback can be directed to the facilitators’ office at 416-479-0662 or info@gardinereast.ca. Stay involved and have your...
International Design Ideas was an initiative in 2010 to seek creative design ideas for the Gardiner East from some of the most renowned urban designers and planners in the world. It was intended to generate high level ideas to inform the development...
Replace the Gardiner Expressway East with a broad landscaped Lake Shore, humanizes north-south pedestrian connections with architectural treatments, transforms rail embankment into sculpted garden.
Replace the Gardiner Expressway East with a broad landscaped Lake Shore, humanizes north-south pedestrian connections with architectural treatments, transforms rail embankment into sculpted garden.
Create a major new intermodal hub east of the Don River, supports a new employment district, replace the expressway capacity with the Downtown Relief Line subway and an at-grade Lake Shore Boulevard.
Create a major new intermodal hub east of the Don River, supports a new employment district, replace the expressway capacity with the Downtown Relief Line subway and an at-grade Lake Shore Boulevard.
Put the expressway function in a tunnel below-grade, create a new Lake Shore Boulevard with a dedicated transit line, increase development potential of underutilized public land.
Put the expressway function in a tunnel below-grade, create a new Lake Shore Boulevard with a dedicated transit line, increase development potential of underutilized public land.
Build a new elevated expressway between existing Gardiner and the rail viaduct, rebuild Lake Shore south of existing expressway, demolish existing expressway to create a twosided street.
Build a new elevated expressway between existing Gardiner and the rail viaduct, rebuild Lake Shore south of existing expressway, demolish existing expressway to create a twosided street.
Move Lake Shore out from beneath the expressway; inhabit the space below the expressway, “green” the elevated structure to make a “parkway; and, establish better north-south connections.
Move Lake Shore out from beneath the expressway; inhabit the space below the expressway, “green” the elevated structure to make a “parkway; and, establish better north-south connections.
No change to the Gardiner, creation of a park that flows into underused spaces and up over new buildings, podium buildings create a new park above the Gardiner.
No change to the Gardiner, creation of a park that flows into underused spaces and up over new buildings, podium buildings create a new park above the Gardiner.
These are the slides that were presented as part of the June 13 Public Forum.
This Council Report (from March 28, 2013) provides information on the revisions to the F.G. Gardiner Expressway Rehabilitation Project.
This Council Report (from March 28, 2013) provides information on the Gardiner Expressway/Lake Shore Boulevard Reconfiguration Environmental Assessment (EA) and Integrated Urban Design Study.
The Record of Consultation summarizes the results of public consultation on the development of the Terms of Reference, which took place from March 12 until May 15, 2009.
The Terms of Reference sets out the study process to be followed in conducting the EA, including a description of how the public, stakeholders (interest groups), Aboriginal communities, and agencies will be consulted. 

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