Do you want BLOOR Street to change
from 4 vehicle lanes to 3 vehicle lanes - ONE LANE in each direction
plus 1 centre turning lane from Central Parkway to Etobicoke?
Sign the SAVE BLOOR STREET PETITION TODAY
Join the over 2950 local area residents and from other Wards in Mississauga who have signed the petitions objecting to lane reduction changes to 1 lane each way,. 1 centre turning lane and cycle tracks on the boulevards of Bloor Street.
Update on Save Bloor Street Campaign
The SaveBloor Street committee continues to address this very important local community issue.
Thank you to all residents for your ongoing support.
Below is an update of where we are now and since the campaign began in mid-July 2023:
A meeting request was made via email to Ward 3 Cllr Fonseca and Ward 4 Cllr Kovac on Monday, August 14th, 2023. Ward 3 Cllr Fonseca agreed to meet with only one committee member.
This meeting was held on Mon. Sept. 18th at @8:30 am.
The committee's Win-Win-Win proposal for city staff was shown to Cllr. Fonseca. The proposal is attached for your review.
This win-win-win alternative is a doable one as city staff have presented in previous alternatives.
Please continue to:
We thank everyone for your ongoing support as we continue to work together as a community to address and resolve this very important local issue.
A City of Mississauga community meeting is being held on Wednesday, October 27th from 6:30 - 8:00 pm to present and further discuss the plans for the Bloor Street Intergrated Project. Bloor Street runs through the Applewood Hills & Heights area between Dixie and Cawthra.
To learn more about this project and/or to register please go to https://www.mississauga.ca/projects-and-strategies/environmental-assessments/bloor-street-integrated-project/#heading-community-meeting-1-