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Greater Golden Horseshoe Multimodal Transportation Plan

The Ontario Ministry of Transportation is developing a bold new long-range multimodal transportation plan for the Greater Golden Horseshoe (GGH). It will look out to 2051 and beyond, and ensure that the transportation system of the future supports continued prosperity and quality of life, and is responsive to current and future environmental, economic and social needs.

The GGH Transportation Plan aims at providing a strategic network that reduces congestion and supports economic growth and job creation, a system that is resilient and can adapt to climate change and other major shifts in the global context.

What does this mean to you?

Transportation is part of everyone’s life – whether you are getting to school, to work, to medical care, to the arena, to the mall, shipping goods for your business or visiting family and friends. But how will that change in the future? How will people and goods move differently 50 years from today in the face of a rapidly changing society and disruptive technologies that are happening in the GGH and the world around us?

This GGH Transportation Plan will address these questions, with your input.

Find out more about the study

Bringing Ontario's goods to market

Promoting healthy lifestyles

Improving your trip to work

Providing more sustainable options

Strengthening global connectivity

Supporting complete communities

Minister’s Message

“A functioning, efficient, and well-planned transportation system is vital to keep the population and economy of the Greater Golden Horseshoe moving. This study will advance our long-term planning and provide direction to transportation agencies and service providers for all modes, including highways, railways, regional transit systems, cycling and walking. I look forward to engaging other ministries, Metrolinx, municipalities, stakeholders, Indigenous communities, and the public, to provide input and expertise into the development of the GGH Multimodal Transportation Plan.”

– Steven Del Duca, Minister of Transportation