Traffic calming is intended to improve the enjoyment and pedestrian friendliness of the neighbourhood under review by reducing traffic speed and volume on a group of streets within a specific geographical area and by implementing proven methods to reduce identified problems. To view the City of Windsor's Traffic Calming Policy, visit the Transportation Policies web page.
Traffic Calming Studies
The following Traffic Calming Studies are currently in progress:
Totten Street (Northway Ave. to Campbell Ave./Dominion Blvd.)
McKay Avenue, Dominion Boulevard & Longfellow Avenue (West Grand Blvd. to Cabana Rd. W.)
The following Traffic Calming Studies are in progress and are expected to proceed to the Public Meeting stage by the end of 2012:
The following Traffic Calming Studies have been completed:
- Neal Boulevard, Roseland Drive, Kennedy Drive and Bartlet Drive
Service requests for a neighbourhood Traffic Calming Study may be initiated through 311. The following details must be provided to the operator:
- Which street is the issue?
- To and from which blocks?
- What is the issue?
- What time of day?
- Which direction of traffic?
- What are the adjacent streets?
Transportation Planning Division
1266 McDougall Street
Fax: (519) 973-5476
Hours of Operation: 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Phone: For general information, call 311. For detailed inquiries, call (519) 255-6248.