More speed bumps are coming on these roads in Mississauga

March 31, 2023 - All News

Mississauga has approved a $502,000 plan to slow down speedy drivers in neighbourhoods across the city, but not all residents are on board.
The initiative, in which 15 residential streets will have speed bumps, raised crosswalks and other traffic calming measures installed in attempts to crack down on lead-footed drivers and increase pedestrian safety, received the green light from City of Mississauga council last week.
Still, a number of residents from different pockets of the city in which the traffic calming measures will be implemented say the process was not conducted in a fair manner.
Essentially, their complaints focus on what they claim are City surveys that didn’t do enough to capture more residents’ viewpoints when it comes to having speed bumps put on their streets.
Traffic calming measures will be installed on the 15 streets in wards 1, 2, 3 and 8, identified by the City as high-need areas.
The streets where traffic calming will be installed are:

Kendall Rd.
Rometown Dr.
Stanfield Rd.
Stavebank Rd. (several stretches)
Orr Rd. (several stretches)
Meadow Wood Rd. (several stretches)
Bonner Rd.
Bromsgrove Rd. (several stretches)
Brookhurst Rd. (several stretches)
Lewisham Dr. (two stretches)
Seagull Dr. (two stretches)
Constitution Blvd. (several stretches)
Queen Frederica Dr. (several stretches)
Golden Orchard Dr. (two stretches)
Bay Villa Ave.

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