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:
We appreciate your input on the draft traffic calming plan for Drouillard Road. Please provide your feedback using the comment form above or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. To ensure your feedback is given consideration when we prepare the final version of the traffic calming plan, please provide any comments by March 18, 2020.
Traffic calming reviews have been completed for the following locations. Traffic calming plans will be prepared for these locations in priority order:
||Ottawa to Tecumseh Road East
||November 30, 2016
||Little River to Tecumseh Road East
||August 13, 2016
||Little River Blvd
||Clover to Banwell
||April 24, 2019
||West Grand to Cabana
||December 31, 2019
||Calderwood to Walker
||May 28, 2018
||Forest Glade to Wildwood
||January 12, 2018
(List updated March 9, 2020)
Traffic calming requests are reviewed in order of priority based on score, not necessarily in the order they are received. Traffic calming requests are scored based on a number of factors, including traffic volumes, traffic speeds, collisions and presence of pedestrian traffic generators. Details on how these scores are calculated can be found in the City of Windsor Traffic Calming Policy.
Service requests for a neighbourhood Traffic Calming Study may be initiated through 311.
Transportation Planning Division
350 City Hall Square West, Suite 210
Windsor, Ontario, Canada, N9A 6S1
Hours of Operation, Monday to Friday (holidays excepted): 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Phone: For general information, call 311. For detailed inquiries, call (519) 255-6267.