The Municipality of North Grenville is preparing to develop new and update existing transportation policies in response to increasing traffic related concerns raised by residents.
These policies include creating a new Road Safety Strategy, a Goods Movement and Truck Route Policy as well as updating the existing Traffic Calming Policy and Speed Limit Policy.
“My Council colleagues and I are encouraging residents and business leaders to participate in developing and updating these transportation policies, to help advance road safety for everyone in North Grenville, including drivers, cyclists and pedestrians,” said Mayor Nancy Peckford.
“As a high growth community, these policies will be important in developing measures to respond to concerns about road safety in our community,” added Councillor John Barclay, Public Works Liaison.
Guided by the Municipality of North Grenville’s Transportation Master Plan, completed in 2019, these policies will help to proactively address the Municipality’s desire for an integrated transportation network.
Community members can provide feedback through the online survey or by attending the virtual community meeting at the end of November. More details will be provided soon.
For more information and to take the online survey please visit: www.northgrenville.ca/roadsafety,