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Project Update

11 months ago

The Draft Transportation Master Plan has been released. You can review the documents below and share your thoughts and feedback here on Engaging Midland, and/or at our upcoming Public Meeting on Thursday, October 24 at the North Simcoe Sports and Recreation Centre (527 Len Self Boulevard, Midland).‚Äč

Draft Multi-Modal Transportation Master Plan

Appendix A

Appendix B

Appendix C



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Consultation has concluded

fullerave 10 months ago
Wondering what the status is for the roadways of Fuller Ave. and Harbourview Dr. As the volume of heavy trucks has increased substantially,. When will projects of the past be implemented? ie, intersection upgrade at Fuller and Midland Point, pavement improvements, the sharp bend of the road connection, safe pedestrian route. Incentives such as stop signs, speed bumps even intersection lights in the plans to promote safe motor vehicle speeds?
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HReinders 11 months ago
This is a great plan! I especially like the consideration of better bike lanes and pedestrian routes. The proposed changes to the intersection of Fourth and Bay are good, it's a dangerous place to cross as a pedestrian, and no way I would ever try it on a bike as it is! The proposed bike box for turning would do wonders I think - I find motorists in Midland are typically very hostile to cyclists, and very inconsiderate to pedestrians (I have personally been almost hit at stop signs 5 times in 2 years because of vehicles not stopping at white lines at stop signs/running stop signs). So any measures that remind cars to share the road with others are welcome!
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