Welcome to Engage IO

Infrastructure Ontario

At Infrastructure Ontario (IO), we foster partnerships to build, finance and enhance the value of Ontario’s vital public assets. IO and its partners make a difference in communities across Ontario: building new hospitals, highways and transit and transit-oriented communities, modernizing provincial real estate, and financing municipal infrastructure investments like bridges, housing and recreation centres. We maximize the benefits of provincial investment by using market-tested project delivery principles that meet or exceed industry performance standards. We invite the best in industry – local, national and international companies, both large and small – to partner with us in the delivery of high quality projects. Learn more about what we do.

Why engage?

Community input is a key component of Infrastructure Ontario’s TOC program for subways. We look forward to meaningful engagement and feedback from communities throughout the consultation process. Visit your community project to view and participate in open engagements related to TOC developments.

For questions or inquiries, email us at [email protected].

 

Current Consultations

Learn more about Infrastructure Ontario's (IO) ongoing public consultation opportunities. 

The transit-oriented community (TOC) proposal at the future Pape Station would provide more housing, including affordable housing, jobs, and retail space for businesses, with convenient access to transit, including connections to subway service along the Ontario Line and Line 2 Bloor-Danforth, as well as the local bus network.
Watch a recording of the virtual open house or register for the in-person on April 15, 2024.
The transit-oriented community (TOC) proposal at the future Cosburn Station would provide more housing, including affordable housing, jobs, and retail space for businesses, with convenient access to transit, including connections to subway service along the Ontario Line and the local bus network.
Watch a recording of the virtual open house or register for the in-person open house on April 15, 2024.
The transit-oriented community (TOC) proposal at the future Thorncliffe Park Station would provide more housing, as well as office, and retail space for business, and convenient connections to the subway service along the Ontario Line and a new TTC bus terminus.
Watch a recording of the virtual open house.
The transit-oriented community (TOC) proposal at the future Lawrence and McCowan Station would provide more housing, including affordable housing, jobs, as well as retail and commercial space for businesses, with convenient access to transit, including connections to bus and subway services along the Scarborough Subway Extension (SSE).
Watch a recording of the virtual open house and share your feedback.
The transit-oriented community (TOC) proposal at the Eastern Avenue site would provide more housing, and retail space for businesses and convenient access to transit, including connections to streetcar, bus and subway service along the Ontario Line.
Watch a recording of the virtual open house.
Gerrard-Carlaw South would be the second transit-oriented community (TOC) proposal at the future Gerrard Station, along with Gerrard-Carlaw North. It would provide more housing, office, retail, and general commercial space for businesses and convenient access to transit, including connections to streetcar, bus, and subway service along the Ontario Line.
Watch a recording of the virtual open house.

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