property acquisition
Different approaches depending on project’s impact on property,
compensation depends on impact:
1
3-year temporary easements for grading and other
construction-related work areas.
2
Permanent easements for future maintenance
of retaining walls, storm-water management
ponds, etc.
3
Partial acquisitions for strip widenings.
· Registered property interests will need to be acquired from
impacted properities. Owners will be notified by York Region staff.
· Other property owners may be asked to sign “Permission to Enter”
authorizations if driveway grading or resurfacing is desired;
generally no compensation for this
boulevard: 4-lane road
sidewalk at typical vivastation intersection
continuity furnishing pedestrian
zone
zone
zone
information kiosk/
space for public art
intersection
crosswalk
road
bicycle lane
street light
continuity
zone
bench
bicycle
lane
road
property
line
pedestrian
light
tree
in grate
furnishing
zone
property line
pedestrian
zone
property
line
tree
in planter
road
bicycle
lane
continuity furnishing pedestrian
zone
zone
zone
community liaison role
Community liaison specialist is working with property owners, tenants, local businesses,
and the general public onsite to:
· Provide timely construction updates
· Be a single point of contact for questions and concerns
· Provide onsite signage and other marketing support materials
· Feature businesses on our website to help attract customers
during construction
· Coordinate meetings between project manager, owners
and other parties to address individual property
concerns/questions
Our public communications and marketing team will be developing
strategies to ensure that the public knows what is happening.
preliminary cross section: 4-lane road
44.00
Right-of-way
Property Line
Property Line
CORNELL 1:45
UNIONVILLE 1:45
Public
Sidewalk
intersection
0.30
2.00
Continuity
Strip
2.50
0.60 0.50
Bicycle
Lane
1.50
Through /Right-turn Lane
Rumble Strip
Left-turn Lane
Through Lane
Offset
Transitway [Coloured Asphalt]
Shelter/Platform
3.50
3.30
3.30
0.30
Bicycle
Lane
2 Through Lanes
0.30 Clearance
0.70
3.50
3.50
4.00
3.30
3.50
0.50 0.60
1.50
Boulevard 5.90
40.00
Right-of-way
mid-block
0.30
Continuity
Strip
2.00
2.50
Boulevard 5.90
Public
Sidewalk
2.50
Boulevard 5.90
Public
Sidewalk
Continuity
Strip
Bicycle
2 Through Lanes
0.60 0.50 Lane
1.50
Rumble Strip
0.30
3.50
3.30
Transitway
[Coloured Asphalt]
3.50
Plantable Raised Median
4.00
Transitway
[Coloured Asphalt]
3.50
Rumble Strip
0.30
3.30
2 Through Lanes
3.50
Bicycle
Lane
0.50 0.60
1.50
Continuity
Strip
Public
Sidewalk
2.50
Boulevard 5.90
2.00
0.30
2.00
0.30
yonge street: mulock drive to davis drive
Match Line A
Match Line A
Scale: 1:500
yonge street rapidways timeline: mulock to davis drive
2010
Jan
2011
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Property acquisition
underway
Preliminary design
underway
Final design/construction
Projected completion date end-2013
engineering and construction timelines
Project
Description
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2011
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2013
2014
2015
2016
2017
Subways
Spadina Subway Extension
– Downsview station to York University
Yonge Subway Extension
– Finch station to Richmond Hill Centre
Viva Operating Segments
H2
Hwy 7 – Richmond Hill Centre to Pine Valley Drive
H3
Hwy 7 – Richmond Hill Centre to Kennedy Road
Y2
Yonge Street – Richmond Hill Centre to 19th Avenue
Y3.2
Yonge Street – Mulock Drive to Davis Drive
D1
Davis Drive – Yonge Street to Hwy 404
G1
Green Lane – Yonge Street to East Gwillimbury GO station
H1
Hwy 7 – Pine Valley to Highway 50
H4
Hwy 7 – Kennedy to York Durham Line
M1
Markham Centre to Don Mills station
V1
Hwy 7 to Hwy 407/Jane subway station
Y3.1
Yonge Street – 19th Avenue to Mulock Drive
Y3.3
Yonge Street – Davis Drive to Green Lane
Legend
Concept Design / Preliminary Engineering / Land Acquisition
Construction
Updated January 2010
how are rapidways built?
Guiding Principles
·Maintain access to business locations
·Minimize disruption
·Maintain 3 lanes of traffic
·Clean and safe work site
July 2010 – February 2011
Complete
Phase 1 : Concept Design
Phase 2 : Preliminary Design
Spring 2011 and forward
Phase 3 : Construction
·Development of
design elements
·Construction drawings
·Sequencing / scheduling
of construction
·Utility relocation
·Road widening – one side
at a time, including
boulevards and planting
·Construct rapidways and
stations down middle
of road
intersection: 4-lane road
*Planned construction of bus rapid transit, includes dedicated and non-dedicated rapidway
**Will connect to Bloor-Danforth subway
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Bloomington Rd.
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vivastation design elements
roof extends up and over Viva vehicles
to keep snow and rain off while
embarking/disembarking
roof and side panels made of
reflective tinted glass for greater
visibility and comfort
arrival/departure screens
provide real-time scheduling
info plus up-to-the-minute
time, weather, news, sports
and market headlines
extended platform length can
accommodate multiple Viva
vehicles, enhancing embarking/
disembarking efficiency
full-time security
surveillance and
intercom for
emergency assistance
on platform
raised platform provides level boarding
of Viva vehicles, eliminating the
need to climb steps or lift objects
temperature and motion activated heaters in full wind
enclosure provide warmth while motion-activated entry
doors minimize heat loss
tactile pavers along
rapidway edge provide
greater safety
energy-efficient lighting
throughout for greater safety
and comfort
gently sloping ramp provides
easy wheelchair, motorized
scooter and stroller access
ample seating inside and out
provides greater personal
space and comfort
flexible cash, pass and Presto
fare machines
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