2024 Transportation Master Plan

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Updated November 3, 2022

What's happening now

The first public consultation event for the 2024 Transportation Master Plan took place Tuesday, September 27, 2022. Watch the recording | View the slides

Oxford County Council receives an update on the Transportation Master Plan on Wednesday, November 9, 2022. Check back for a link to the Council report.

Video recording: Public Consultation Centre #1
Presentation slides: Public Consultation Centre #1


Please note: the first phase of consultation has now closed. Watch for future opportunities to give feedback on the draft master plan.



March 21, 2022


Oxford County has initiated a 2024 update of its current 2019 Transportation Master Plan.

The Transportation Master Plan is a long-term strategic transportation planning document that lays out the County’s vision and goals for its transportation system over the next 20 years. The Transportation Master Plan will consider:

  • Population and employment growth in the County;
  • Accommodation of future transportation conditions, while also considering sustainable and multi-modal transportation solutions (e.g., promoting active transportation, transportation demand strategies, and public transportation over single-occupant vehicle trips); and
  • Specific needs of the County, including people and goods movement, along with agricultural mobility.


What's happening now?

Parsons Inc. has been retained by Oxford County to complete the Transportation Master Plan Update. Key objectives of the Transportation Master Plan Update include:

  • Assess existing and future transportation network conditions and performance, with consideration to travel demand and patterns;
  • Identify needs of the transportation system and develop policies to address them; and
  • Develop a safe, effective and financially viable integrated transportation system implementation plan that maximizes the use of existing infrastructure and promotes regional connectivity.

As part of the Transportation Master Plan Update, a corridor study of Oxford Road 4 will be completed. This corridor is a key transportation link between Highways 401/403 and the northern part of the County. Findings of this study will be incorporated into the Transportation Master Plan.

The Transportation Master Plan Update is being conducted in accordance with the Master Plan requirements of Phases 1 and 2 of the Municipal Class Environmental Assessment (2000, as amended in 2007, 2011 & 2015), approved under the Ontario Environmental Assessment Act.


Have your say

Public participation and feedback is an important part of identifying the community’s transportation needs and priorities. The first phase of public consultation for the Transportation Master Plan ran from March to October 19, 2022. Feedback from this phase will be used to prepare recommendations for the draft master plan study report.

Phase 1 consultation included:

  • online feedback form, interactive map, and online question form;
  • a virtual (online) public consultation centre held on September 27;
  • in-person "pop-up" events in September at Canada’s Outdoor Farm Show, Ingersoll Town Hall and Tillsonburg Ribfest; and,
  • comments submitted by email.

You can still submit a comment or question to the project's key contacts at any time:

Ryan Vink, P.Eng.
Project Manager, Oxford County
rvink@oxfordcounty.ca | 519-535-8471
Toll free 1-800-755-0394, ext. 3023
John McGill, P.Eng., PTOE, RSP1
Project Manager, Parsons Inc.
john.mcgill@parsons.com | 905-330-9569


The draft Transportation Master Plan Study Report will be available for public review and comment before it is finalized.

Please note: Information is collected in accordance with the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. With the exception of personal information, all comments will become part of the public record.


Updated November 3, 2022

What's happening now

The first public consultation event for the 2024 Transportation Master Plan took place Tuesday, September 27, 2022. Watch the recording | View the slides

Oxford County Council receives an update on the Transportation Master Plan on Wednesday, November 9, 2022. Check back for a link to the Council report.

Video recording: Public Consultation Centre #1
Presentation slides: Public Consultation Centre #1


Please note: the first phase of consultation has now closed. Watch for future opportunities to give feedback on the draft master plan.



March 21, 2022


Oxford County has initiated a 2024 update of its current 2019 Transportation Master Plan.

The Transportation Master Plan is a long-term strategic transportation planning document that lays out the County’s vision and goals for its transportation system over the next 20 years. The Transportation Master Plan will consider:

  • Population and employment growth in the County;
  • Accommodation of future transportation conditions, while also considering sustainable and multi-modal transportation solutions (e.g., promoting active transportation, transportation demand strategies, and public transportation over single-occupant vehicle trips); and
  • Specific needs of the County, including people and goods movement, along with agricultural mobility.


What's happening now?

Parsons Inc. has been retained by Oxford County to complete the Transportation Master Plan Update. Key objectives of the Transportation Master Plan Update include:

  • Assess existing and future transportation network conditions and performance, with consideration to travel demand and patterns;
  • Identify needs of the transportation system and develop policies to address them; and
  • Develop a safe, effective and financially viable integrated transportation system implementation plan that maximizes the use of existing infrastructure and promotes regional connectivity.

As part of the Transportation Master Plan Update, a corridor study of Oxford Road 4 will be completed. This corridor is a key transportation link between Highways 401/403 and the northern part of the County. Findings of this study will be incorporated into the Transportation Master Plan.

The Transportation Master Plan Update is being conducted in accordance with the Master Plan requirements of Phases 1 and 2 of the Municipal Class Environmental Assessment (2000, as amended in 2007, 2011 & 2015), approved under the Ontario Environmental Assessment Act.


Have your say

Public participation and feedback is an important part of identifying the community’s transportation needs and priorities. The first phase of public consultation for the Transportation Master Plan ran from March to October 19, 2022. Feedback from this phase will be used to prepare recommendations for the draft master plan study report.

Phase 1 consultation included:

  • online feedback form, interactive map, and online question form;
  • a virtual (online) public consultation centre held on September 27;
  • in-person "pop-up" events in September at Canada’s Outdoor Farm Show, Ingersoll Town Hall and Tillsonburg Ribfest; and,
  • comments submitted by email.

You can still submit a comment or question to the project's key contacts at any time:

Ryan Vink, P.Eng.
Project Manager, Oxford County
rvink@oxfordcounty.ca | 519-535-8471
Toll free 1-800-755-0394, ext. 3023
John McGill, P.Eng., PTOE, RSP1
Project Manager, Parsons Inc.
john.mcgill@parsons.com | 905-330-9569


The draft Transportation Master Plan Study Report will be available for public review and comment before it is finalized.

Please note: Information is collected in accordance with the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. With the exception of personal information, all comments will become part of the public record.


  • CLOSED: This survey has now closed. Please watch for future opportunities to provide feedback.

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    Your feedback will be reflected in the final long-term transportation strategy presented to Oxford County Council. Please note that feedback relating to services provided by local area municipalities will be shared with those municipalities.

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