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Milton Major Transit Station Area & Mobility Hub Study

Demonstration Plan looking towards the South East (Source: DTAH)
MTSA Boundaries (Source: R. E. Millward + Associates)
MTSA Boundaries (Source: R. E. Millward + Associates)
Existing Community Services and Facilities (Source: R. E. Millward + Associates)
Existing Community Services and Facilities (Source: R. E. Millward + Associates)
Public Realm Diagram (Source: DTAH)
Public Realm Diagram (Source: DTAH)

The Milton Major Transit Station Area and Mobility Hub will be an innovative transit-oriented, pedestrian-friendly and memorable destination. As the Town’s main urban centre as well as the last stop on the Milton GO line, it will provide a mix of uses and universally accessible public spaces that complement historic Downtown Milton, feature design excellence, and frame views to the Niagara Escarpment. The focus will be a livable, walkable and sustainable neighbourhood for people of all ages and abilities, with a range of opportunities to live, work, play and connect.

As part of a multidisciplinary team, R.E. Millward + Associates is working to develop a Mobility Hub Study that will support the future redevelopment and intensification of the area.The firm has reviewed existing planning policy to evaluate how current conditions and plans set the stage for transit-supportive development, analyzed and mapped land use as well as population and employment data to provide density estimations, studied the existing and future community services and facilities in the area to accommodate projected growth and prepare a community services and facilities strategy report, and contributed to public meetings, among others.

A draft Community Services and Facilities Strategy is currently under review by the Town and the final mobility hub study report is expected to be completed in Fall 2019.

Partners

Sajecki Planning
DTAH
WSP
LURA Consulting
N. Barry Lyon Consultants

Client:

Town of Milton

Services:

Mobility Hub Study,MTSA Study,Community Services & Facilities Study, Land Use Compatibility, Public Meetings, Open Houses, Strategic Advice

Date:

April 2018 – Present

Location:

Milton