People who commute near Mallorytown are being asked to speak up at a public meeting later this month.
The United Counties of Leeds and Grenville is launching an environmental assessment of the Quabbin Road railway crossing, to see how it could be made safer for drivers.
Right now, the crossing isn’t accommodating for vehicles with low ground clearance, meaning drivers could damage their cars going over it.
The study will assess what changes can be made at the crossing to make it safer for residents and motorists.
As part of the assessment, a public consultation is being held at the Mallorytown Legion where people can give their thoughts on the crossing.
It’s happening on March 22nd, from 5:00 to 8:00 PM, including a presentation from United Counties staff at 7:00.