Approved 30 km/h speed limit for residential streets

Thank you to everyone who shared their feedback on this project. On June 13, 2022, Council approved report IPPW2022-017 (report begins on page 64), with an amendment to Recommendation 2:

2. That staff are directed to implement Option B (30km/hr) on all class 4 (collector) and 5 (local) residential streets as outlined in the report, subject to a revised implementation plan, to be approved by Council at later date, that is context sensitive to individual streets that may require 40km/hr signage.

The presentation by staff and a delegate and discussion by Council can be found on the city's YouTube channel (beginning at 28:45).

Corresponding by-law amendment reports will be presented to Council and the speed limit reductions will be phased in over four years, from 2022 to 2025. The context for determining whether individual streets require 40km/hr signage will be determined as a next step

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