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Ontario to hold public meetings on 407

TORONTO, Ont. -- The Ontario government will be holding public meetings to review problems with the 407 ETR.


TORONTO, Ont. — The Ontario government will be holding public meetings to review problems with the 407 ETR.

Those in the trucking industry with views about the 407 or experiences they want to share are invited to take this opportunity to get their issues on the public record.

Issues like rates, customer service, the 407’s technology systems and licence plate denial are all fair game at these sessions.

Four public meetings (town hall style) will be held across the Greater Toronto Area:

Brampton:
November 25, 1:00 -3:30 p.m.
Century Gardens, Craft Room
340 Vodden Street East

Thornhill:
December 2, 6:30 8:30 p.m.
Thornhill Community Centre Library
7755 Bayview Avenue

Markham:
December 8, 6:30 8:30 p.m.
Angus Glen Community Centre
Activity Room 2
3990 Major Mackenzie Drive East

Ontario Trucking Association staff will be participating in the Nov. 25 session in Brampton on behalf of the industry as a whole.

If you are interested in participating, contact Gabrielle Spitzer at (416) 327-1866 or via e-mail at Gabrielle.spitzer@mto.gov.on.ca or contact Doug Switzer, manager of government relations for the Ontario Trucking Association at (416) 249-7401 ext. 238 or doug.switzer@ontruck.org


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