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Join the Dundas BRT project team LIVE to have your questions answered.

Please join us on September 22, 2021 at 6:30pm for a presentation and question-and-answer session about the Dundas Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) project. The panel will include experts from our project team. Live captioning will be provided.

Our virtual platform allows you to vote on the questions you would most like answered, and the order our experts take them in will be based on popularity (total votes). We encourage you to submit and vote on questions now. You may also submit questions during the meeting.

If you cannot attend, the video recording will be available on this page after the event, and future events will be announced in our e-newsletter, which you can sign up for here.

If you are interested in learning more about the Dundas BRT project, visit Metrolinx Engage.

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Dundas Bus Rapid Transit Project Live Meeting - September 22, 2021

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Sep 8, 2021 - 20:58

The downtown stretch of Waterdown is extremely tight and always backed up with cars and construction vehicles.
How will the buses negotiate this area?
BTW, LOVE this bus idea!!!!! Kudos to all involved.

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Anonymous
Sep 9, 2021 - 00:04

How many stops will this BRT line service ?

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Sep 9, 2021 - 00:06

will some of the BRT stops be elevated like the Mississauga Transitway

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Anonymous
Sep 9, 2021 - 00:10

how will this BRT line connect to Kipling station?
Will it connect within the existing regional bus terminal or will it connect to the station below-grade

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Have the operations of the BRT been considered or will this be considered as the design is advanced?
Will the majority of trunk services be provided by Metrolinx and feeder services provided by the municipalities, since it now runs between numerous municipalities?
Will a special fare program be maintained/introduced along the corridor to reduce double (or even triple) fares from transferring from the BRT to municipal transit services?
Will the design allow for feeder buses to access the BRT at key intersections to provide easy access to the BRT and flexibility for the municipalities to also use the BRT for portions of local routes?

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Sep 15, 2021 - 14:26

How many stops and where are they planned for the Waterdown area along Dundas.
I see the 'end' of the BRT is at the corner of Hwy 5 & 6. Is there a plan for the route to end at CoreSlab or in the Hamilton Technology Centre?
How will this link / connect with existing bus routes / Hamilton's HSR?

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What impacts to the lands within the Southeast quadrant of Dixie Road and Dundas Street are anticipated if a physical service line connection is proposed?

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The foundations of the houses in the credit woodland area nest to Dundas poor and that the houses shake and crack when a bus or heavy trucks pass it will become worse as you move it closer to the houses. I am not certain that these house could withstand so mush heavy traffic.