OCC Concerned About Future of Niagara to GTA Trade Corridor

    The OCC has learned that the provincial government’s Niagara to GTA Corridor Draft Transportation Development Strategy is no longer considering the establishment of a Trade Corridor between Hamilton and Niagara.

    The OCC believes that economic development and renewal are dependent on high quality, multimodal transportation services and all industries require a multi-modal transportation system.

    As a result, the OCC has tirelessly advocated for the development of a Mid Peninsula (Niagara to GTA) Trade Corridor which would not only address capacity deficiencies but would also complete a multi-modal system for port, airport, and US border crossings – including connections from east to west as well as to the north. Ontario urgently needs an effective trade and transportation corridor between the border crossings on the Niagara Frontier, Southwestern Ontario, the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area, and a vital link with the proposed “Continental One” Highway in the US.

    Read this submission.

    OCC Submission

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