Categories: Community engagementTraffic

Public drop in for Prospect/Woodward traffic calming

Based on analysis of traffic data on speeding, cut-through traffic and other measures, city staff have determined that both Prospect and Woodward warrant the installation of speed bumps.

City transportation staff are hosting a public drop in to review proposed traffic calming measures for Prospect St. and Woodward Ave. Drop in during the times below to review plans and share your input with staff:


Date: Tues. Sept. 19
Time: 6-7 Prospect Street

Time: 7:30-8:30pm Woodward Ave
Location: Salvation Army Fellowship Hall, 2090 Prospect St

Prospect resident letter (includes traffic data): Prospect Street – TC Letterbj

Prospect plan: Prospect Street TC Map Prospect Street TC Map 2







Woodward plan: Woodward Avenue TC Map(1)

Woodward resident letter (includes traffic data): Woodward Avenue – TC Letter


If you can’t attend, you can still share your input with the staff lead below:
Brent Jefferson, Traffic Technologist
Transportation Services Department
426 Brant Street, P.O. Box 5013
Burlington, ON L7R 3Z6
905 335-7671 ext. 7760


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