Transportation Policies

The Transportation Master Plan

The Municipality of North Grenville has prepared its first Transportation Master Plan (TMP) to guide a proactive approach to planning an integrated, multi-modal transportation network to serve the existing community as well as forecasted growth to the year 2031 and beyond. It will form a roadmap for future planning decisions and capital investments in the Municipality, while being used to align the goals and necessities of staff, stakeholders, and decision makers under a comprehensive community vision.

READ the North Grenville Transportation Master Plan.

Commuter Cycling Plan

The Commuter Cycling Plan will be used as a long-range strategy to guide decision making, route planning, budgeting and communications related to active forms of transportation. The plan is a multi-purpose document meant to be used by staff, stakeholders and partners as a tool to facilitate implementation; as an action plan for short-term priorities; and as a guide for future policies.

READ the North Grenville Commuter Cycling Plan.

The Road Safety Strategy

The Road Safety Strategy will review existing road safety concerns and outline actions for improving road safety for all road users in the Municipality. As part of the Strategy, education programs will be developed to raise awareness of road safety issues. 

READ the North Grenville Road Safety Strategy.

The Traffic Calming Policy

The Traffic Calming Policy will help Municipal staff identify situations where traffic calming measures may be warranted, either in the design of new subdivisions and site plans or to address traffic intrusion and/or speeding issues on existing streets, and to select the most appropriate treatment to apply. The Policy will also describes measures to supplement the physical traffic calming treatments, such as education, message signs, neighbourhood traffic committees and police enforcement. 

Read the North Grenville Traffic Calming Policy.

The Speed Limit Policy

The Speed Limit Policy will aid Municipal staff in establishing consistent, enforceable, and safe speed limits within the municipality. Separate guidance will be provided for setting speed limits on urban and rural roads given their different characteristics and conditions. The policy will also include procedures for reviewing and screening public requests to address speeding.

Read the North Grenville Speed Limit Policy.

The North Grenville Road Safety Committee formed in November 2019 and was facilitated by the North Grenville Police Services Board, and is comprised of:

North Grenville
Leeds Grenville & Lanark Health Unit
United Counties Leeds Grenville

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