Boyne Pedestrian and Cyclist Bridge

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The Town of Milton is undertaking a Municipal Class Environmental Assessment Study to develop a new pedestrian and cyclist bridge over the Canadian National Railway Line between Louis St. Laurent Avenue and Britannia Road. This bridge is known as the Boyne Active Transportation Link. With lots of homes, schools and parks on both sides of the rail corridor, the Town has identified the need to provide better and safer ways to access these places of interest in the community.

This study is building on the recommendations of the Boyne Survey Secondary Plan (2017), and is being conducted in accordance with the requirements for a Schedule ‘C’ Municipal Class EA project as outlined in the Municipal Class EA document (October 2000, as amended in 2007, 2011 and 2015).

Next steps

The final Environmental Report will be posted and available for public review and comment in June 2021.

Community engagement

The virtual Public Information Centre for the Boyne Bridge was open from Feb. 18 to March 11. The public was given the opportunity to:

1. Review the information package (introduction and overview of the project, description of existing conditions within the area, alternative design concepts and preferred design concept)

2. Share feedback and comments




The Town of Milton is undertaking a Municipal Class Environmental Assessment Study to develop a new pedestrian and cyclist bridge over the Canadian National Railway Line between Louis St. Laurent Avenue and Britannia Road. This bridge is known as the Boyne Active Transportation Link. With lots of homes, schools and parks on both sides of the rail corridor, the Town has identified the need to provide better and safer ways to access these places of interest in the community.

This study is building on the recommendations of the Boyne Survey Secondary Plan (2017), and is being conducted in accordance with the requirements for a Schedule ‘C’ Municipal Class EA project as outlined in the Municipal Class EA document (October 2000, as amended in 2007, 2011 and 2015).

Next steps

The final Environmental Report will be posted and available for public review and comment in June 2021.

Community engagement

The virtual Public Information Centre for the Boyne Bridge was open from Feb. 18 to March 11. The public was given the opportunity to:

1. Review the information package (introduction and overview of the project, description of existing conditions within the area, alternative design concepts and preferred design concept)

2. Share feedback and comments