Integrated Major Transit Station Area Study for Central Oshawa

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This consultation phase has concluded. 

A Master Land Use Plan and Area-specific Transportation Master Plan for the Central Oshawa Major Transit Station Area (M.T.S.A.) is underway. The M.T.S.A. Study Area is centered on the future Central Oshawa GO Station site located at 500 Howard Street, situated on the south side of the Canadian Pacific Rail corridor approximately midway between Simcoe St. S. and Ritson Rd. S.

Planning for land uses and transportation within the M.T.S.A. is now moving forward to Stage 3!

The City of Oshawa invites community members to provide their feedback on a preferred land use alternative, a transportation evaluation of alternative solutions, and an updated land use plan and draft urban design guidelines for the Study Area surrounding the planned Central Oshawa GO Station.

Additionally, feedback is being sought on a preliminary design for the First Ave./McNaughton Ave. corridor between Simcoe St. S. and Ritson Rd. S., being completed as a Schedule C Municipal Class Environmental Assessment as part of the Area-specific Transportation Master Plan.

Have your say!

  • View the project background and complete an online feedback form here on Connect Oshawa by clicking on this link or scrolling down and selecting "COMPLETE FORM". Paper copies are also available at Service Oshawa, located at City Hall (50 Centre St. S.).
  • Attend the Stage 3 Public Information Centre on Tuesday, April 23, 2024 from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. An Open House “drop-in” session will be held at 6 p.m., followed by a formal presentation with question and answer period at 6:45 p.m.
  • The meeting will occur in an in-person format and will also be streamed virtually.
    • In-person at Oshawa City Hall, C Wing Committee Room (50 Centre St. S., enter from the main south entrance and immediately turn right)
    • Virtually, by registering for the event and using the webstreaming link or call-in number provided upon registration.
    • The presentation and display boards are now available to be viewed on Connect Oshawa.
    • Virtual participants will be able to submit and ask questions during and following the presentation, beginning at 6:45 p.m.
    • Virtual participants attending using only the call-in number are encouraged to submit and ask questions ahead of the meeting, by either emailing Connor Leherbauer, Senior Planner at cleherbauer@oshawa.ca or using the Question & Answer feature provided below.

Feedback will be received until noon on Friday, May 17, 2024 and will be considered in a future staff report to be presented to the Economic and Development Services Committee.

A Master Land Use Plan and Area-specific Transportation Master Plan for the Central Oshawa Major Transit Station Area (M.T.S.A.) is underway. The M.T.S.A. Study Area is centered on the future Central Oshawa GO Station site located at 500 Howard Street, situated on the south side of the Canadian Pacific Rail corridor approximately midway between Simcoe St. S. and Ritson Rd. S.

Planning for land uses and transportation within the M.T.S.A. is now moving forward to Stage 3!

The City of Oshawa invites community members to provide their feedback on a preferred land use alternative, a transportation evaluation of alternative solutions, and an updated land use plan and draft urban design guidelines for the Study Area surrounding the planned Central Oshawa GO Station.

Additionally, feedback is being sought on a preliminary design for the First Ave./McNaughton Ave. corridor between Simcoe St. S. and Ritson Rd. S., being completed as a Schedule C Municipal Class Environmental Assessment as part of the Area-specific Transportation Master Plan.

Have your say!

  • View the project background and complete an online feedback form here on Connect Oshawa by clicking on this link or scrolling down and selecting "COMPLETE FORM". Paper copies are also available at Service Oshawa, located at City Hall (50 Centre St. S.).
  • Attend the Stage 3 Public Information Centre on Tuesday, April 23, 2024 from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. An Open House “drop-in” session will be held at 6 p.m., followed by a formal presentation with question and answer period at 6:45 p.m.
  • The meeting will occur in an in-person format and will also be streamed virtually.
    • In-person at Oshawa City Hall, C Wing Committee Room (50 Centre St. S., enter from the main south entrance and immediately turn right)
    • Virtually, by registering for the event and using the webstreaming link or call-in number provided upon registration.
    • The presentation and display boards are now available to be viewed on Connect Oshawa.
    • Virtual participants will be able to submit and ask questions during and following the presentation, beginning at 6:45 p.m.
    • Virtual participants attending using only the call-in number are encouraged to submit and ask questions ahead of the meeting, by either emailing Connor Leherbauer, Senior Planner at cleherbauer@oshawa.ca or using the Question & Answer feature provided below.

Feedback will be received until noon on Friday, May 17, 2024 and will be considered in a future staff report to be presented to the Economic and Development Services Committee.

  • CLOSED: This feedback form has concluded.

    The City of Oshawa is inviting community members to share feedback on Stage 3 of the Integrated M.T.S.A. Study, which gathers input on a preferred land use alternative, a transportation evaluation of alternative solutions, and an updated land use plan and draft urban design guidelines for the Study Area surrounding the planned Central Oshawa GO Station. Additionally, feedback is being sought on a preliminary design for the First Ave./McNaughton Ave. corridor between Simcoe St. S. and Ritson Rd. S., being completed as a Schedule C Municipal Class Environmental Assessment as part of the Area-specific Transportation Master Plan.

    Feedback will be received until noon on Friday, May 17, 2024 and will be considered in a future staff report to be presented to the Economic and Development Services Committee.  

    Please sign in or provide an email address and temporary screen name below to complete the form.

    This consultation phase has concluded. 

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  • CLOSED: This feedback form has concluded.

    The City of Oshawa is inviting community members to share feedback on Stage 3 of the Integrated M.T.S.A. Study, which gathers input on a preferred land use alternative, a transportation evaluation of alternative solutions, and an updated land use plan and draft urban design guidelines for the Study Area surrounding the planned Central Oshawa GO Station. Additionally, feedback is being sought on a preliminary design for the First Ave./McNaughton Ave. corridor between Simcoe St. S. and Ritson Rd. S., being completed as a Schedule C Municipal Class Environmental Assessment as part of the Area-specific Transportation Master Plan.

    Feedback will be received until noon on Friday, May 17, 2024 and will be considered in a future staff report to be presented to the Economic and Development Services Committee.  

    Please sign in or provide an email address and temporary screen name below to complete the form.

    Shape Oshawa

    We need your feedback on a number of City projects and initiatives! As a thank you for your participation, community members who complete feedback forms on Connect Oshawa between Wednesday, May 1 and 4:30 p.m. Friday, May 3 will have the opportunity to enter a draw for a chance to win one of ten Oshawa Centre gift cards valued at $25.

    Full prize conditions and details are available at oshawa.ca/ShapeOshawa.

    This consultation phase has concluded. 

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    This consultation phase has concluded. 

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    This consultation phase has concluded. 

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