Newsletters‎ > ‎

Speeding and Traffic Calming

posted Jun 18, 2018, 7:53 AM by Dawn Lazerte

Speeding and Traffic Calming

Traffic calming in school zones on major collector and minor arterial roadways

In May 2018, the town initiated a study on potential traffic calming options for school zones on major collector and minor arterial roadways. In total, the project will treat 20 school sites located across the town.

  • St. Luke’s Catholic Elementary School (CES) – Kingsway Drive
  • James W. Hill Public School (PS) – Kingsway Drive
  • Our Lady of Peace CES – River Glen Boulevard
  • Ecole Forest Trail PS – Pine Glen Road
  • Emily Carr PS – Pine Glen Road
  • Westoak PS - Fourth Line
  • St. Joan of Arc CES – Westoak Trails Boulevard
  • Captain R. Wilson PS – Grand Oak Trail
  • St. Mary’s CES – Colonel William Parkway
  • Palermo PS – Valleyridge Drive
  • Abbey Lane PS – Old Abbey Lane
  • St. Matthew’s CES – Nottinghill Gate
  • Heritage Glen PS – Heritage Way
  • St. Bernadette CES – Heritage Way
  • St. Gregory the Great CES – Sixteen Mile Drive
  • Oodenawi PS – George Savage Avenue/Sixteen Mile Drive
  • Munn’s PS – Sixth Line
  • Pilgrim Wood PS – Pilgrims Way
  • W.H. Morden PS – Rebecca Street
  • St. Dominic’s CES – Rebecca Street

We'd like to hear what you have to say

Project team members present at each PIC event will be happy to discuss ideas and concerns related to any of the twenty schools that are included in the study.

June 21, 2018, 6 to 8 p.m.

  • Queen Elizabeth Park (2302 Bridge Road) Multi-purpose Rooms 1 and 2

June 19, 2018, 6 to 8 p.m.

  • Pine Glen Soccer Club (1520 Pine Glen Road) Edith Sorensen Community Room
  • River Oaks Recreation Centre (2400 Sixth Line) Room B

June 20, 2018, 6 to 8 p.m.

  • Iroquois Ridge Community Centre (1051 Glenashton Drive) Northridge Room
  • Glen Abbey Community Centre (1415 Third Line) Room A

At this stage of the project, no specfic traffic calming treatments have been proposed. The objective of the PICs is to allow the project team to gain a better understanding of the issues affecting the project sites and to request public feedback on potential treatments.

For those who are not able to attend any of the PIC events in person, we welcome your input via email.

For more information

Matt Colwill
IBI Group
mcolwill@ibigroup.com

Dragana Crkvenjas
Town of Oakville
Dragana.crkvenjas@oakville.ca

Comments