Council adopts Traffic Calming Strategy
Council adopted the Traffic Calming Strategy at the Nov. 16 Council and Committee of the Whole meeting.
The strategy focuses on residential streets where excessive speeding is prevalent, particularly in neighbourhoods where a high number of cyclists and pedestrians are sharing the road with motorized traffic.
Throughout the summer and fall of 2020, temporary speed humps were installed in various locations in King City and Nobleton. They have since been removed to allow winter maintenance. A permanent type of speed hump was also piloted on Banner Lane in King City and will remain.
You can read the strategy under the Documents widget on this page.
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