Ferry terminal designs ready for public feedback

Photo courtesy of Waterfront Toronto

Five design proposals open to public March 16

The five shortlisted teams competing to redesign Toronto Harbour's Jack Layton Ferry Terminal will unveil their proposals next week. This stage of the competition, meant to solicit constructive feedback from the public, will take place in the Rotunda at Toronto City Hall from March 16 to 20. The display will open at noon Monday and run from 7:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. for the following days.

Interested Torontonians are encouraged to come out and have their say on the look of the new ferry terminal, which the competition hopes to transform into a beautiful city landmark. Public feedback will be summarised in a report at the end of next week and given to the competition jury for consideration.

An aerial view of the highlighted redesign zone

If you can't make it to city hall, public feedback will also be collected online over the course of the week. A link will be made available at Toronto Waterfront's website, as well as their Facebook and Twitter.

So let's have our say in the redesign and make sure that, whoever the winner may be, the new ferry terminal is as bicycle-friendly as can be.

Photos courtesy of Laurie Featherstone of Featherstone Two Wheels Green Delivery

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