Pedestrian Crossovers

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Consultation has concluded. Please contact Lyndon Kowch, Manager of Operations, if you have questions or comments on pedestrian crossovers in North Perth.

Triton Engineering has completed a review of pedestrian crossovers (PXOs) within Listowel. The purpose of the review was to increase pedestrian mobility and safety and establish consistent designs for crosswalks and crossovers within the community. Twelve locations were studied based on observed traffic volumes, physical site conditions, proximity to other traffic control devices, and system connectivity and pedestrian preferences.

Are you a pedestrian, driver or cyclist in North Perth? We are looking for your input on the recommended updated crossover locations, as well as areas where you believe a crossover is needed.

Triton Engineering has completed a review of pedestrian crossovers (PXOs) within Listowel. The purpose of the review was to increase pedestrian mobility and safety and establish consistent designs for crosswalks and crossovers within the community. Twelve locations were studied based on observed traffic volumes, physical site conditions, proximity to other traffic control devices, and system connectivity and pedestrian preferences.

Are you a pedestrian, driver or cyclist in North Perth? We are looking for your input on the recommended updated crossover locations, as well as areas where you believe a crossover is needed.

Consultation has concluded. Please contact Lyndon Kowch, Manager of Operations, if you have questions or comments on pedestrian crossovers in North Perth.
  • Updates complete at Nichol and Wellington Avenue crossovers

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    over 1 year ago

    The existing pedestrian crossovers at Main Street East and Nichol Avenue and Main Street East and Wellington Avenue North have been updated!

    These two locations were identified as priority crossovers to be updated in 2018 in the Pedestrian Crossovers Review and Upgrades report.

    The crossovers now have prescribed regulatory and warning signs, rapid rectangular flashing beacons (RRFB) and pavement markings prescribed and illustrated by Ontario Regulation 402/15. The crossovers are also accessible as per AODA. Streetlights will soon be installed on the poles that hang above the crossovers.

    Main Street East at Nichol Avenue

    Main Street East at Nichol Avenue

    The existing pedestrian crossovers at Main Street East and Nichol Avenue and Main Street East and Wellington Avenue North have been updated!

    These two locations were identified as priority crossovers to be updated in 2018 in the Pedestrian Crossovers Review and Upgrades report.

    The crossovers now have prescribed regulatory and warning signs, rapid rectangular flashing beacons (RRFB) and pavement markings prescribed and illustrated by Ontario Regulation 402/15. The crossovers are also accessible as per AODA. Streetlights will soon be installed on the poles that hang above the crossovers.

    Main Street East at Nichol Avenue

    Main Street East at Nichol Avenue

    Main Street East at Wellington Avenue

    Main Street East at Wellington Avenue

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