Town extends deadline for traffic calming survey in old part of Oakville


Published November 29, 2022 at 2:06 pm

The Town of Oakville is asking local residents if the would like to see traffic calming measures implemented on Southview Rd. TOWN OF OAKVILLE PHOTO

Residents living in old Oakville are being asked by the town if they want to see changes that will help reduce speeding along their road.

The Town of Oakville is considering implementing physical traffic calming measures that will slow down vehicles speeding along Southview Rd., from Pinegrove Rd. to Rebecca St.

Proposed measures would include speed cushions, curb extensions, or raised crosswalks.

Residents on the street are being asked to take part in a survey.

Due to delivery notices for a portion of the households in the survey area, the deadline for submitting feedback on the previous notice may not have allowed for adequate response time.

The new deadline for feedback to the town has been extended to Dec. 16, 2022.

Residents on Southview Rd. can complete the survey online or send in their response by the following methods:

  • email [email protected] using the subject line “Traffic Calming Survey – Southview Road”
  • phone Jacob McDonald at 905-845-6601, ext. 3340

They can also mail in the survey card they received in the mail to:

Jacob McDonald

Town of Oakville

Transportation and Engineering

1225 Trafalgar Road

Oakville, ON L6H 0H3

Residents can learn more about the traffic calming process at

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