Public Information Centre #3

A third Public Information Centre for the Highway 17 component of the study area was held on April 16th (in Coniston) and April 17th (in Markstay), 2013. Route Alternatives were presented at Public Information Centre 2 (PIC 2) in February 2012.

April 16, 2013

Colonial Inn
28 Cedar Street
4:00 PM to 7:00 PM

April 17, 2013
Markstay Pentecostal Church Hall
12 Millechamp Street Markstay
4:00 PM to 7:00 PM


The PICs were a drop-in format. 

The purpose of PIC 3 was to display and seek input on the Highway 17 Preferred Plan and to display the results of the evaluation process that led to the selection of the Preferred Plan. The displays that will be available at the PIC will be uploaded to this web page on the day of the PIC.

A Transportation Environmental Study Report (TESR) will be prepared and made available for public review at the end of the study.

Public Information Centre 3 Materials
Please note: Some of the files are large and may take a moment to load.

Electronic copies of the displays that are available at the PIC are provided below:




Recommended Plan public review period: Sept 3 to Oct 5, 2015
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PIC 3B was held on Sept. 23, 2014. Click here for more details.

A Public Information Centre (PIC) was held on September 23, 2014. The PIC presented the Preferred Plan for the Highway 69 and Highway 17 Sudbury Southeast By-Pass component of the study area.

A Recommended Plan for the Highway 17 study area has been confirmed and is now available for a public review period from February 27, 2014 to March 28, 2014. The TESR is available here. and the Notice of Submission is available here.

The Study Design Report has been updated to reflect a change in the study process.  The updated report is available here.

Although this study initially included Highway 69 from Estaire Road to Highway 17 McFarlane-Richard Lake Flats/Daisy Lake area, the Highway 69 component is being carried forward as a separate study.  Separate public meetings and reports will be completed for the Highway 69 component of the study.

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