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Niagara to GTA (NGTA) Corridor Provincial Highway Study

Get Involved

How to get involved Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF)130KB

Reports and Presentations

Community Meeting - October 23, 2012  PowerPoint file 1.5MB

Map of proposed Niagara GTA
highway options

Map of proposed municipal boundary realignment. Click to view larger map.
Option W4 would cut through northern Burlington. View larger map Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF) 1.7MB

Protecting our Escarpment from a New Provincial Highway – Video

Since 2003, Halton Region and the City of Burlington have been advocating against a new Provincial highway that would cut through the escarpment in North Burlington.

Halton Regional Council unanimously opposes a new highway crossing the Niagara Escarpment and is working with the City of Burlington and residents to ensure our voices are heard at the Provincial level.

Current Status

September 5, 2013: The Ministry of Transportation has released the Final Transportation Development Strategy Report for the Niagara to GTA Planning and Environmental Assessment Study. The final Strategy will be available for a 60-day review period ending on November 4, 2013. The completion of the Final Transportation Development Strategy represents the conclusion of Phase 1 of the NGTA study. Comments and input received during the review period will be collected by MTO to assist with Phase 2 of the study.

October 25, 2012: Halton Regional Chair Gary Carr and City of Burlington Mayor Rick Goldring met with the Minister of Transportation. Read the media release.

October 24, 2012: Halton Region and the City of Burlington hosted a community meeting for the public to learn more about the project and express their views. With more than 500 people attending, it was a successful forum for people to voice their opinions to provincial representatives. Read the media release.

Public consultation is continuing into the fall. To learn more about the study and consultation process, please visit: