Third Crossing - Gore Road & Highway 15

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The Third Crossing project team is releasing the final design of Highway 15 and Gore Rd intersection for residents to view and ask questions of the project team.

In September 2019, the Third Crossing project team provided a draft concept design of Hwy 15 & Gore Rd intersection. Since then, there have been City-wide decisions based on global and municipal interests which have influenced the final design.

The purpose of this Q&A (see below) is to allow residents to review the evolution of the intersection design and see how the final design is focussed on active transportation and transit improvements. Residents can view the final design in the News Feed section below or by opening the pdf slides and then ask questions you may have of the project team.

The Highway 15 Class EA

This engagement is not about the Hwy 15 Class Environmental Assessment (Class EA) that looked at the current and future transportation needs of pedestrians, cyclists, transit users, and motorists along the Highway 15 corridor. For further information about the Hwy 15 Class EA, visit the Highway 15 project page.



The Third Crossing project team is releasing the final design of Highway 15 and Gore Rd intersection for residents to view and ask questions of the project team.

In September 2019, the Third Crossing project team provided a draft concept design of Hwy 15 & Gore Rd intersection. Since then, there have been City-wide decisions based on global and municipal interests which have influenced the final design.

The purpose of this Q&A (see below) is to allow residents to review the evolution of the intersection design and see how the final design is focussed on active transportation and transit improvements. Residents can view the final design in the News Feed section below or by opening the pdf slides and then ask questions you may have of the project team.

The Highway 15 Class EA

This engagement is not about the Hwy 15 Class Environmental Assessment (Class EA) that looked at the current and future transportation needs of pedestrians, cyclists, transit users, and motorists along the Highway 15 corridor. For further information about the Hwy 15 Class EA, visit the Highway 15 project page.


  • View Hwy 15 & Gore Rd intersection slides

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    Download the pdf version of all of the slides to see the full story of the evolution of the intersection design and see how the final design is focussed on active transportation and transit improvements.

    If you have any questions on the final design of Hwy 15 & Gore Rd intersection please submit them via the Q&A tool.

    Highlights of the final design of Hwy 15 and Gore Rd intersection prioritizes:

    • Increasing pedestrian facilities with the addition of sidewalks and pedestrian refuge areas at all four corners of the intersection
    • Making it safer for cyclists with the creation of...

    Download the pdf version of all of the slides to see the full story of the evolution of the intersection design and see how the final design is focussed on active transportation and transit improvements.

    If you have any questions on the final design of Hwy 15 & Gore Rd intersection please submit them via the Q&A tool.

    Highlights of the final design of Hwy 15 and Gore Rd intersection prioritizes:

    • Increasing pedestrian facilities with the addition of sidewalks and pedestrian refuge areas at all four corners of the intersection
    • Making it safer for cyclists with the creation of off-road cycling facilities and cross rides so cyclists can move through the intersection easier
    • Providing more travel options by building a multi-use pathway for multi-modal users on both Gore Rd and Hwy 15
    • Expanding transit infrastructure in all directions by allowing for transit queue-hopping and providing bus stops at the intersection in all directions for future service
    • Supporting various methods of commuting around Kingston that encourage sustainable transportation



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