The Village of Bolton’s Queen Street area is in a continual state of change based on emerging demands on infrastructure and historic reference to the village’s core. Coupled with growth forecasts and supporting policy from the Town of Caledon and Regional Councils, the Queen Street Corridor Study provided a phased vision and design to keep with the village’s unique sense of place while addressing its mixed-use focus.
The Town of Caledon retained Dillon to undertake a corridor study of the Queen Street and Highway 50 area (~9 km total). The findings of an extensive public consultation process were used to develop visioning scenarios and a refined recommendation for future development.
The study was undertaken in three phases: existing conditions and initial consultation; scenario development and design refinement; and refined design selection and presentation.
3-D digital project modelling and virtual reality (VR) tools were used to assist with visualizing existing and potential conditions along the study area. Click here for the Town's project website and to view the streetview and birds eye view videos.
In September 2017, our team completed the second public open house for this project.
Spatial Information Management
Planning and Design
Community Planning and Urban Design