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Bolton Queen St. Corridor Study

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The Town of Caledon held a 2nd open house as part of the ongoing Bolton Queen Street Corridor Study on September 28, 2017. The open house included the presentation and discussion of draft findings and deliverables resulting from feedback collected as part the previous open house and public design charrette workshop, policy review and agency consultation efforts.

Below are some of the resources that were be presented at the open house.



The Bolton Queen Street Corridor Study is being initiated as a result of recent changes in transportation and infrastructure policy that are significantly altering traffic activity towards local-based usage in the area of the Queen Street/Highway 50 in Bolton.


The aim of the Bolton Queen St. Corridor Study is to identify land use and design opportunities along the corridor that:

  • Promote active transportation facilities and connectivity in Bolton
  • Establish the corridor as a "complete street";
  • Identify future land uses that can thrive within such a modified landscape while accommodating changing demands for growth to 2041.
  • Recognize and build upon research and policies that exist within the study area.
  • Accommodate and support future transit demands.
  • Directly reflect feedback collected through public and government agency consultation. 

The Town of Caledon has engaged Dillon Consulting, a multi-disciplinary consultant to undertake the Bolton Queen Street Corridor Study with public consultation being an integrated part of the study's process. 

The findings of the public consultation of the Bolton Queen St. Corridor Study will be used to develop visioning scenarios and ultimately a refined recommendation report to Town Council. 

The results of the Bolton Queen St. Corridor Study are intended to be used to inform and assist the Town of Caledon with the development future Town planning tools to address growth in the study area. Such tools may include potential Official Plan amendments, Secondary Plans and/or Zoning By-law amendments.


The Queen Street Corridor Study Area includes:

  • Regional Road 50/Queen Street. - Emil Kolb Parkway to Mayfield Road ( approximately 7.8 km)
  • Regional Road 9/ King Street. - Coleraine Drive. To the Humber Valley Trail east of Old King Road (approximately 2.2 km)

Figure 1: Map of Bolton Queen Street Study Area - click to enlarge



The Bolton Queens Street Corridor Study is proposed to be undertaken in 3 phases.

  • Phase 1: Existing Conditions, Initial Consultation: Phase 1 will focus on the collection of information and opinions. Actions will include the review of existing policies, regulations, research and mapping associated with the study area, general modeling of existing conditions and a public consultation open house.  
  • Phase 2: Scenario Development and Design Refinement: Phase 2 will focus on the identification and synthesis of initial options in response to the findings of Phase 1. Actions will include a stakeholder design charrette, development of draft design plan scenarios, government agency consultation, and a follow up public consultation open house.
  • Phase 3 Refined Design Selection and Presentation: Phase 3 will focus on the refinement of proposed options into preferred design plans for the study and corresponding recommendation report. Actions will include comments review, final government agency consultation and Study presentation to Town Council for Approval. 

Digital Project modeling will be prepared as part of the Bolton Queen Street Corridor Study to assist with the visualizing existing and potential conditions along the study area. Modeling is intended to be prepared in forms for mapping, interactive and static three dimensional renderings.


Public consultation is an integral part of the Bolton Queen Street Corridor Study. Stakeholders and other members of the public interested in the study are invited attend the project open houses.

Comments and questions can also be forwarded to Kyle Munro, Town project manager for the Bolton Queen Street Corridor Study, at the contact provided below. 

Information regarding opportunities for public input will be advertised in local newspapers and also posted on this webpage.

Agency Advisory Group 

An Agency Advisory Group ("AAG") will be established by the Town for this project and will include Town of Caledon staff as well as representatives from government agencies having an interest in the study.

The AAG will provide input, guidance and advice to Caledon at key milestones of the Study. The AAG is not a decision making body.

Previous Session Materials

Design Workshop (November 30, 2016)

A design workshop or "charette" was held on November 30, 2016 as part of the ongoing Bolton Queen Street Corridor Study. Please find below the design workshop presentation and charette findings available for download:

Open House (September 21, 2016)

An introductory open house for this project was held on September 21, 2016 at Ellwood Memorial Public School from 6:30-8:30 pm. Please find below the open house poster boards and presentation are available for download:


For more information or to RSVP to the open house, please contact Kyle Munro, Community Policy Planner, Policy and Sustainability Section, Community Services Department at 905.584.2272 x.4247 or by email.