GIFL Project: Preliminary Traffic Impact Study
WSP developed a preliminary Traffic Impact Study (TIS) for incorporation into the Detailed Project Description (DPD).
This TIS outlined recommendations for intersection control types, lane arrangements at key intersections, and storage lengths for dedicated left-turn and right-turn lanes across three alignment options.
The critical intersections assessed include the Fixed Link at Black River Road, the junction of Black River Road and Park Road on the mainland, and the intersection of Chief Joseph Snake Road and Bear Road on the island.
The insights from the TIS will serve as valuable inputs for the conceptual design of the Fixed Link.
GIFL Project: Cultural Heritage Report
WSP's Cultural Heritage Report for the Georgina Island Fixed Link Project identifies key heritage sites and plans mitigation measures, with ongoing updates to include more First Nation elements.
Fixed link is ‘the promise of a better future’ for Chippewas of Georgina Island First Nation
Community adhering to Impact Assessment Agency of Canada process to assess potential impacts on Lake Simcoe: Chief Donna Big Canoe
GIFL Project: Preliminary Assessment of Geotechnical Conditions
A desktop study was carried out to collect information on ground conditions in the project area from previous geotechnical investigations and geological maps/reports.