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The Liberal government is appointing a group of experts to help it re-think a new 400-series highway from Vaughan to Milton.
The Ministry of Transportation scrapped its environmental assessment of the project last December, saying a review would be conducted and an update given this spring.
To that end, an April 20 order-in-council established a four-person "Advisory Panel for the Greater Toronto Area West Highway Corridor project." The direction, recommended by Transportation Minister Steven Del Duca, said the panel will "assist the Government in conducting a strategic assessment of future transportation demand and other transportation infrastructure needs for passenger and goods movement in the Greater Toronto Area West Highway Corridor."
No one appears to have been appointed to the group yet.
The following appointments have been made to classified agencies and non-classified entities in the past 30 days:
- Jocelyne Paquette-Landry
- James MacLaggan
- John Spekkens
- Lynn Mitchell
- Maanit Zemel
- Chloe Lester
- Claudette Leslie
- James Bray