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August 2013

Lacewood Terminal Design Open House

With the site for the new Lacewood Transit Terminal now approved by HRM Regional Council, Metro Transit will be moving to the next phase in the building of the new terminal - design.

Metro Transit would like to invite interested citizens to an open house discussing the design of the upcoming Lacewood Transit Terminal.  Specifics of the meeting are as follows:

Lacewood Transit Terminal
Public Design Open House
Canada Games Centre (26 Thomas Raddall Drive, Halifax)
Wednesday, September 18, 2013
6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

If you are unable to attend the meeting, but would still like to submit your thoughts on the design of the terminal, please email hughesp@halifax.ca.

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July 2013

Lacewood Terminal Site Approved

HRM Regional Council has approved the site of the new Lacewood Transit Terminal.  The Terminal will be located on Lacewood Drive, between the Canada Games Centre and the Mainland North Linear Parkway Trail.  Click here to see a map of the terminal's location.

This map is strictly a representation of the location of the terminal that has been approved by Regional Council.  Further discussion on a detailed terminal design will occur in the coming months, and will include a public meeting.  Please keep checking halifax.ca/metrotransit for information on the public session.

Construction of the site is scheduled to begin this fall and is expected to continue throughout 2014. 

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February 2011

Lacewood Terminal

Evaluation of candidate sites for a new transit transfer station in the Clayton Park area of HRM.

FINAL REPORT (pdf.)
 

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September 2010

logoelement Public Information Meeting - Thursday, October 7, '10
       - Case #16029 Amendement to Mainland Land Use By-Law

 

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Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Metro Transit and Delphi MRC Consulting held a Public Information Session on Monday, January 25, 2010, as part of the Lacewood Terminal Relocation Study.

The existing Lacewood Terminal on Willet Street can no longer accommodate the increasing needs of HRM residents in the area and the results of this study will determine the most appropriate site for Metro Transit’s new facility.

The meeting consisted of a brief introduction from staff, further information on the project process from the consultants, followed by a question and answer period.

Currently, there are 3 potential HRM-owned sites that would be deemed suitable to re-locate an improved Lacewood Terminal; on one of two vacant lots; and the third at the present site of Northcliffe, which would have to be decommissioned.

Background information and proposed sites:

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