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Priorities and Finance Committee Jan. 31, 2017

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The Jan. 31, 2017, Priorities and Finance Committee meeting included:

Anderson Station Mobility Hub Funding Model, PFC2017-0084

The Priorities and Finance Committee received an update on the proposed funding model for the capital costs associated with the replacement of 1,665 park and ride stalls, and, a parkade structure as part of the Anderson Transit Oriented Development (TOD) project. Additional infrastructure improvements associated with meeting the future vision of the Anderson Station Redevelopment Area were also identified in the report including a pedestrian bridge, station infrastructure and an all turns access.

The Committee recommends that Council direct Administration to pursue funding for the Anderson Station Mobility Hub’s transit related infrastructure (Park and Ride Stalls, Anderson Station Pedestrian Bridge, Station Infrastructure and Anderson Road All Turns Access) through their inclusion and evaluation as an investment candidate in the next update of Investing in Mobility, Transportation’s 10-year capital plan. The Committee also directed that Attachment 1 and 2 be held confidential pursuant to Section 24(1)(a)&(b) and 25(1)(c)of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act until contract negotiations are signed and finalized with landowners of prospective park and ride sites.

 


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