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Monday June 22nd, 2015

Posted at 8:16pm

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The City of Windsor is looking for the public’s input on the updated Traffic Calming Policy and two neighbourhood traffic calming studies.

The new policy will provide City Administration with a simple and transparent framework to assess, design, and implement appropriate traffic calming measures on City streets.

Key objectives of the policy include defining when an area or street meets the requirements for traffic calming, identifying an appropriate consultation plan and neighbourhood support level, providing clear guidance for assessing and design of solutions, and for prioritizing implementation.

In addition, the City has received requests for the installation of traffic calming features on Hall Avenue from Ottawa to Tecumseh), Shepherd Street East from Parent to Hall and Conservation Drive from E.C. Row to Foster. The results of the neighbourhood reviews are available for public comment and input.

Comments and input gathered from the public and agencies will be taken into consideration during subsequent phases of the studies.

An open house Tuesday, June 23rd, 2015 at the Optimist Community Centre from 4pom to 8pm.

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