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Updated November 6, 2023

Road safety improvements


With strong population growth and increased traffic across our communities, Oxford County has been undertaking speed management, traffic calming, and road safety investigations over the past four years to improve safety on County roads.


Now underway


New Community safety zones

Oxford County is introducing 20 new Community Safety Zones this fall. Community Safety Zones are provincially designated areas with special road safety concerns, for instance, near schools, community centres, recreation areas, playgrounds, hospitals, or seniors’ centres or residences. Marked by road signage, Community Safety Zones allow for increased fines for speeding and are also eligible for use of Automated Speed Enforcement (ASE), or photo radar.

See maps of Community Safety Zone locations

Read the news release: Oxford County to install more than 20 new Community Safety Zones this fall (Nov 6, 2023)


Road safety studies in Tillsonburg and Woodstock

Oxford County is currently undertaking road safety reviews in Tillsonburg and Woodstock. The recommendations for these communities were presented to local councils in October, and will be before Oxford County Council for a decision on Wednesday, November 22, 2023.

Members of the community are invited to learn more and/or to present comments at Oxford County Council as a delegate.

If you would like to present comments to County Council, you must make a request to the County Clerk at clerksoffice@oxfordcounty.ca by Wednesday, November 15, 2023, at 4:30 p.m.

You can fill out a delegation request form online at https://forms.oxfordcounty.ca/Council/Council-Delegation-Request-Form.

To read the full Council report that will be considered at the November 22 County Council meeting, please check www.oxfordcounty.ca/council on Friday, November 17 when the council agenda and reports are published on the Oxford County website.

The County Council meeting on November 22 starts at 9:30 a.m. in the Council Chamber at 21 Reeve Street in Woodstock. Council meetings are streamed live at www.oxfordcounty.ca/livestream.


Tillsonburg

Oxford County is recommending the following traffic calming measures in Tillsonburg for Oxford Road 20 / North Street E from Broadway to Tillson Avenue.

  • new electronic feedback signs for westbound traffic just west of Ontario Southland Railway crossing and for eastbound traffic just east of Falcon Road
  • a Community Safety Zone (CSZ) from Broadway to Tillson Avenue
  • controlled pedestrian crossing at Coulthard Street / Braun Avenue (planned for 2025)

Read the community notice with more information | Accessible version

See the map


Woodstock

Oxford County is recommending the following traffic calming measures in Woodstock.

Oxford Road 15 / Parkinson Road - Beard’s Lane to Oxford Road 4 | Map

  • new electronic feedback signs for westbound traffic near the intersection of Oxford Road 4 where proposed 60 km/h zone begins and for eastbound traffic just east of Beard’s Lane
  • adjusting the current 70 km/h zone between Beard’s Lane and Oxford Road 4 to a 60 km/h zone.

Oxford Road 35 / Devonshire Avenue - Vansittart Avenue to Huron Street | Map

  • a Community Safety Zone (CSZ) from Vansittart Avenue to Huron Street
  • additional 50 km/h signs in support of the CSZ
  • controlled pedestrian crossing at Victoria Street school crossing (planned for 2025).

Oxford Road 17 - 14th Line to Oxford Road 4 | Map 1 | Map 2

  • new electronic feedback signs for westbound traffic between Oxford Road 4 and 15th Line and for eastbound traffic between 14th Line and 15th Line
  • relocate existing electronic speed feedback sign for westbound traffic, currently just west of 14th Line, to further west to mid-block point between 14th Line and 13th Line
  • adjust the current 80km/h zone between 14th Line and Oxford Road 4 to a 60 km/h zone

Read the community notice with more information | Accessible version



Addressing speeding in our communities

Road safety reviews consider local community perceptions of road safety, the need for stop signs, warning signs and/or crosswalks, traffic speed and volume, posted speed, speed zone limits, collision data and other factors that impact how traffic moves through a community.

Speeding, which poses a serious risk to public safety and property, is influenced by factors other than posted speed limits. Research has shown that speed is largely influenced by the surrounding driving environment and that most drivers travel at a speed they consider comfortable.

For this reason, Oxford County's recommendations focus on proven measures to reduce speed by adjusting speed zone boundaries and providing visual cues, like:

  • electronic speed feedback signs
  • traffic-calming measures (community safety zones, school zones, pedestrian crossings, pavement markings)
  • community entrance features (community boundary signs, street lights)

Recommendations by County staff are discussed with local area municipalities and then brought forward to County Council for review and approval.


Stay informed

  • Check back for updates on new road safety initiatives.
  • Questions or comments? Please contact publicworks@oxfordcounty.ca or call 1-800-755-0394, ext. 3900.

Updated November 6, 2023

Road safety improvements


With strong population growth and increased traffic across our communities, Oxford County has been undertaking speed management, traffic calming, and road safety investigations over the past four years to improve safety on County roads.


Now underway


New Community safety zones

Oxford County is introducing 20 new Community Safety Zones this fall. Community Safety Zones are provincially designated areas with special road safety concerns, for instance, near schools, community centres, recreation areas, playgrounds, hospitals, or seniors’ centres or residences. Marked by road signage, Community Safety Zones allow for increased fines for speeding and are also eligible for use of Automated Speed Enforcement (ASE), or photo radar.

See maps of Community Safety Zone locations

Read the news release: Oxford County to install more than 20 new Community Safety Zones this fall (Nov 6, 2023)


Road safety studies in Tillsonburg and Woodstock

Oxford County is currently undertaking road safety reviews in Tillsonburg and Woodstock. The recommendations for these communities were presented to local councils in October, and will be before Oxford County Council for a decision on Wednesday, November 22, 2023.

Members of the community are invited to learn more and/or to present comments at Oxford County Council as a delegate.

If you would like to present comments to County Council, you must make a request to the County Clerk at clerksoffice@oxfordcounty.ca by Wednesday, November 15, 2023, at 4:30 p.m.

You can fill out a delegation request form online at https://forms.oxfordcounty.ca/Council/Council-Delegation-Request-Form.

To read the full Council report that will be considered at the November 22 County Council meeting, please check www.oxfordcounty.ca/council on Friday, November 17 when the council agenda and reports are published on the Oxford County website.

The County Council meeting on November 22 starts at 9:30 a.m. in the Council Chamber at 21 Reeve Street in Woodstock. Council meetings are streamed live at www.oxfordcounty.ca/livestream.


Tillsonburg

Oxford County is recommending the following traffic calming measures in Tillsonburg for Oxford Road 20 / North Street E from Broadway to Tillson Avenue.

  • new electronic feedback signs for westbound traffic just west of Ontario Southland Railway crossing and for eastbound traffic just east of Falcon Road
  • a Community Safety Zone (CSZ) from Broadway to Tillson Avenue
  • controlled pedestrian crossing at Coulthard Street / Braun Avenue (planned for 2025)

Read the community notice with more information | Accessible version

See the map


Woodstock

Oxford County is recommending the following traffic calming measures in Woodstock.

Oxford Road 15 / Parkinson Road - Beard’s Lane to Oxford Road 4 | Map

  • new electronic feedback signs for westbound traffic near the intersection of Oxford Road 4 where proposed 60 km/h zone begins and for eastbound traffic just east of Beard’s Lane
  • adjusting the current 70 km/h zone between Beard’s Lane and Oxford Road 4 to a 60 km/h zone.

Oxford Road 35 / Devonshire Avenue - Vansittart Avenue to Huron Street | Map

  • a Community Safety Zone (CSZ) from Vansittart Avenue to Huron Street
  • additional 50 km/h signs in support of the CSZ
  • controlled pedestrian crossing at Victoria Street school crossing (planned for 2025).

Oxford Road 17 - 14th Line to Oxford Road 4 | Map 1 | Map 2

  • new electronic feedback signs for westbound traffic between Oxford Road 4 and 15th Line and for eastbound traffic between 14th Line and 15th Line
  • relocate existing electronic speed feedback sign for westbound traffic, currently just west of 14th Line, to further west to mid-block point between 14th Line and 13th Line
  • adjust the current 80km/h zone between 14th Line and Oxford Road 4 to a 60 km/h zone

Read the community notice with more information | Accessible version



Addressing speeding in our communities

Road safety reviews consider local community perceptions of road safety, the need for stop signs, warning signs and/or crosswalks, traffic speed and volume, posted speed, speed zone limits, collision data and other factors that impact how traffic moves through a community.

Speeding, which poses a serious risk to public safety and property, is influenced by factors other than posted speed limits. Research has shown that speed is largely influenced by the surrounding driving environment and that most drivers travel at a speed they consider comfortable.

For this reason, Oxford County's recommendations focus on proven measures to reduce speed by adjusting speed zone boundaries and providing visual cues, like:

  • electronic speed feedback signs
  • traffic-calming measures (community safety zones, school zones, pedestrian crossings, pavement markings)
  • community entrance features (community boundary signs, street lights)

Recommendations by County staff are discussed with local area municipalities and then brought forward to County Council for review and approval.


Stay informed

  • Check back for updates on new road safety initiatives.
  • Questions or comments? Please contact publicworks@oxfordcounty.ca or call 1-800-755-0394, ext. 3900.
  • City of Woodstock - Road safety review

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    October 20, 2023


    Road safety review study in Woodstock

    Oxford County is recommending the following traffic calming measures in Woodstock.

    Oxford Road 15 / Parkinson Road - Beard’s Lane to Oxford Road 4 | Map

    • new electronic feedback signs for westbound traffic near the intersection of Oxford Road 4 where proposed 60 km/h zone begins and for eastbound traffic just east of Beard’s Lane
    • adjusting the current 70 km/h zone between Beard’s Lane and Oxford Road 4 to a 60 km/h zone.

    Oxford Road 35 / Devonshire Avenue - Vansittart Avenue to Huron Street | Map

    • a Community Safety Zone (CSZ) from Vansittart Avenue to Huron Street
    • additional 50 km/h signs in support of the CSZ
    • controlled pedestrian crossing at Victoria Street school crossing (planned for 2025).

    Oxford Road 17 - 14th Line to Oxford Road 4 | Map 1 Map 2

    • new electronic feedback signs for westbound traffic between Oxford Road 4 and 15th Line and for eastbound traffic between 14th Line and 15th Line
    • relocate existing electronic speed feedback sign for westbound traffic, currently just west of 14th Line, to further west to mid-block point between 14th Line and 13th Line
    • adjust the current 80km/h zone between 14th Line and Oxford Road 4 to a 60 km/h zone

    Read the community notice with more information

  • Town of Tillsonburg - Road safety review

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    October 16, 2023

    Road safety review study in Tillsonburg

    Oxford County is presenting recommended traffic calming measures in Tillsonburg this month. Changes in Tillsonburg are for Oxford Road 20 / North Street E from Broadway to Tillson Avenue. They include:

    • New electronic feedback signs for westbound traffic just west of Ontario Southland Railway crossing and for eastbound traffic just east of Falcon Road.
    • A Community Safety Zone (CSZ) from Broadway to Tillson Avenue.
    • Controlled pedestrian crossing (PXO) at Coulthard Street / Braun Avenue (planned for 2025).

    Read the community notice with more information | Accessible version

    See the map

  • Update: Bright, Drumbo, Harrington and Plattsville

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    July 24, 2023

    Planned speed management and traffic calming improvements in Bright, Drumbo, Harrington, and Plattsville are being carried out in July 2023.

    Bright (Oxford Road 8 and Oxford Road 22)

    Speed management and traffic calming measures in Bright include removing the 60 km/h speed transition zones on Oxford Road 8 and extending the 50 km/h speed limit to align with the built-up area of the Village. Electronic speed feedback signs will be installed at all approaches to the Village where the 50 km/h zones begin and community boundary signs will be relocated to better align with the Village limits.


    Drumbo (Oxford Road 3 and Oxford Road 29)

    The 60 km/h speed transition zones on Oxford Road 3 and Oxford Road 29 will be removed to allow for the extension of the 50 km/h speed zone to align with the built-up area of the Village. Electronic speed feedback signs will be installed at all approaches to the Village where the 50 km/h zones begin. Watch for a new 40 km/h school zone on Oxford 3, equipped with flashing amber lights that activate during set times (when school is in session), indicating a school zone where there are increased fines for speeding.


    Harrington (Oxford Road 28)

    The 60 km/h speed zone will be extended further east of the 33rd Line along with the electronic speed feedback sign. Watch for new electronic speed feedback signs for westbound traffic in advance of Albert Street and for eastbound traffic mid-block between Albert Street and 33rd Line.


    Plattsville (Oxford Road 8, Albert St.)

    The 50 km/h speed zone is being extended to the east of Hoffstetter Road, removing the 60 km/h speed transition zone. Motorists will also notice new electronic speed feedback signs for westbound traffic where the 50km/h zone begins and for eastbound traffic east of Platt Street.

  • Coming soon: Improvements in Norwich and South-West Oxford Townships

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    July 24, 2023 - Updated September 17, 2023


    Oxford County is implementing changes to improve road safety in the Township of South-West Oxford and the Township of Norwich in Culloden, Curries, Dereham Centre, Foldens, Springford, Sweaburg and Verschoyle. Read the community update | Accessible version




    Accessible versionCulloden (Oxford Road 10)

    Watch for new electronic feedback signs and more streetlighting on Oxford Road 10 (Culloden Line) in Culloden. The posted speed limit of 60 km/h through Culloden will be extended to better align with the built-up limits of the hamlet. The community boundary sign will be relocated to align with the hamlet limits and improve the overall visibility of the sign.


    Curries (Oxford Road 40)

    The speed limit on Oxford Road 40 near Oxford Road 59 will be reduced to 70 km/h. Motorists will notice newly installed electronic feedback signs for incoming traffic when the 70 km/h zone begins.


    Dereham Centre (Oxford Road 27)

    The 60 km/h speed limit will remain in place and transition points will be extended at both the east and west ends. Watch for a new electronic feedback sign when approaching the hamlet.

    The community boundary sign will be relocated to align with the hamlet limits and improve the overall visibility of the sign. Additional street lighting will be added to better illuminate the built-up limits of the hamlet.


    Foldens (Oxford Road 6 and Oxford Road 12)

    New electronic feedback signs will be installed at all three approaches to Foldens Line, Oxford Road 6, and Oxford Road 12. The 60 km/h speed transition zones will extend on the north side of Foldens at Oxford Road 6 and west on Oxford Road 12 at the east side of Foldens. Additional street lighting will be added to help illuminate the built-up limits of the reduced speed zone.


    Springford (Oxford Road 13 and Oxford Road 19)

    The 50km/h speed limit will remain in place and will be extended at the west end to align with the built up area. New electronic feedback signs will be installed at the north, south, east, and west speed transition points on Oxford Roads 13 and 19. The community boundary sign will be relocated to better align with the village limits. Also, the 50 km/h stretch of Oxford Road 19 will become a Community Safety Zone.


    Sweaburg (Oxford Road 12)

    The speed limit on Oxford Road 12 from 150m west of Trillium Line to just west of Chele Mark Drive will be lowered to 70 km/h. The boundary signs will be moved to better align with the adjusted speed limits when entering the village. Also, watch for new electronic feedback signs and more lighting at the east and west approaches as the speed limit changes to 60 km/h.


    Verschoyle (Oxford Road 10)

    Additional flexible delineators will be installed on Oxford Road 10 (Culloden Line) in Verschoyle. The posted speed limit of 60 km/h through Verschoyle will be extended to better align with the built-up limits of the hamlet.

  • South-West Oxford

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    Community update (May 17, 2023) | Accessible version

    Proposed road safety improvements in South-West Oxford

    Oxford County is proposing changes to improve road safety in the Township of South-West Oxford in:

    • Foldens (Oxford Road 6 and Oxford Road 12)
    • Sweaburg (Oxford Road 12)
    • Culloden (Oxford Road 10)
    • Verschoyle (Oxford Road 10)
    • Dereham Centre (Oxford Road 27)


    Foldens (Oxford Road 6 and Oxford Road 12)

    Proposed road safety improvements | See map

    • Install electronic speed feedback signs on all County road approaches in to Foldens: north end of Oxford Road 6 (Foldens Line) and at the west and east ends of Oxford Road 12 (Sweaburg Road)
    • Adjust the 60 km/h zone limits at the north end of Oxford Road 6 (Foldens Line) and the east end of Oxford Road 12 (Sweaburg Road) to align with the village limits and limits of the built up area
    • Extend current street lighting on Oxford Road 6 (Foldens Line) further north to align with the 60 km/h zone limit and add street lighting to Oxford Road 12 (Sweaburg Road) within the 60 km/h zone limits
    • Relocate community boundary signs on the north end of Oxford Road 6 (Foldens Line) and the west and east ends of Oxford Road 12 (Sweaburg Road) to better align with village limits


    Sweaburg (Oxford Road 12)

    Proposed road safety improvements | See map

    • Install electronic speed feedback signs on all County road approaches into Sweaburg: west and east ends of Oxford Road 12 (Sweaburg Road)
    • Adjust the 60 km/h zone limit at the west end of Oxford Road 12 (Sweaburg Road) to align with the village limits
    • Implement a 70 km/h speed zone on Oxford Road 12 (Sweaburg Road) from the 60 km/h zone at the west limit of Sweaburg to a point west of Trillium Line intersection
    • Extend current street lighting on Oxford Road 12 (Sweaburg Road) further west and east to align with the 60 km/h zone limit
    • Relocate community boundary signs on the west and east ends of Oxford Road 12 (Sweaburg Road) to better align with the 60km/h zone limits


    Culloden (Oxford Road 10)

    Proposed road safety improvements | See map

    • Install electronic speed feedback signs on all County road approaches in to Culloden: north and south ends of Oxford Road 10 (Culloden Line)
    • Adjust the 60 km/h zone limits at the north and south ends of Oxford Road 10 (Culloden Line) to align with the village limits and limits of the built up area
    • Extend current street lighting on Oxford Road 10 (Culloden Line) further north and south to align with the 60 km/h zone limit
    • Relocate community boundary signs on the north and south ends of Oxford Road 10 (Culloden Line) to better align with the 60km/h zone limits


    Verschoyle (Oxford Road 10)

    Proposed road safety improvements | See map

    • Install flexible centre line delineators on Oxford Road 10 (Culloden Line) at the north and south approaches to Verschoyle, as well as near the midway point of the village
    • Adjust the 60 km/h zone limits at the north and south ends of Oxford Road 10 (Culloden Line) to align with the village limits and limits of the built up area


    Dereham Centre (Oxford Road 27)

    Proposed road safety improvements | See map

    • Install electronic speed feedback signs on all County road approaches in to Dereham Centre: west and east ends of Oxford Road 27 (Prouse Road)
    • Adjust the 60 km/h zone limits at the west and east ends of Oxford Road 27 (Prouse Road) to align with the village limits
    • Add street lighting to Oxford Road 27 (Prouse Road) within the 60 km/h zone limits
    • Relocate community boundary signs on the west and east ends of Oxford Road 27 (Prouse Road) to better align with the village limits


    Presentation to Oxford County Council

    The proposed road safety changes are before Oxford County Council next month for review and consideration. Members of the community are invited to learn more and/or to present comments at Oxford County Council as a delegate:

    Wednesday, June 14, 2023
    Council meeting starts at 9:30 a.m.
    Watch live online at www.oxfordcounty.ca/livestream

    If you would like to present comments to County Council, you must make a request to the County Clerk at clerksoffice@oxfordcounty.ca by June 7, 2023, at 4:30 p.m. You can fill out a delegation request form online at https://forms.oxfordcounty.ca/Council/Council-Delegation-Request-Form.

    To read the full Council report that will be considered at the June 14 County Council meeting, please check www.oxfordcounty.ca/council on Friday, June 9 when the council agenda and reports are published on the Oxford County website.


    More information

    Frank Gross
    Manager of Transportation and Waste Management
    Oxford County
    fgross@oxfordcounty.ca
    519-539-9800, ext. 3120

  • Norwich Township

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    Community Update - May 10, 2023 | Accessible version

    Oxford County is proposing changes to improve road safety in Norwich Township in:

    • Curries on Oxford Road 40 (Curries Road)
    • Springford on Oxford Road 13 (West Street) and Oxford Road 19 (Main Street)

    Members of the community are invited to learn more and/or to present comments at Oxford County Council as a delegate:

    Wednesday, June 14, 2023
    Council meeting start: 9:30 a.m.

    If you would like to present comments to County Council, you must make a request to the County Clerk at clerksoffice@oxfordcounty.ca by June 7, 2023, at 4:30 p.m. You can fill out a delegation request form online here.

    A summary of the proposed changes follows below. To read the full Council report that will be considered at the June 14 County Council meeting, please check www.oxfordcounty.ca/council on Friday, June 9 when the council agenda and reports are published on the Oxford County website.



    Curries - Oxford Road 40

    Proposed road safety improvements | See map

    • A 70 km/h speed zone on Oxford Road 40 (Curries Road) east of the built-up area in Curries
    • An electronic speed feedback sign on Oxford Road 40 (Curries Road) for westbound traffic where the 70 km/h zone begins
    • Adjusting 60 km/h speed zone on Oxford Road 40 (Curries Road) to better align with the built up limits of Curries
    • "Hidden Driveway" signs installed westbound and eastbound on Oxford Road 40 (Curries Road) near the vertical curve at the east limits of the 70 km/h speed zone to warn motorists of upcoming entrances


    Springford (Oxford Road 19 and Oxford Road 13)

    Proposed road safety improvements | See map

    • Electronic speed feedback signs at all four approaches in to Springford: north and south ends of Oxford Road 13 (West Street), and at the west and east ends of Oxford Road 19 (Main Street)
    • Adjusting 50 km/h zone limits at the north and south ends of Oxford Road 13 (West Street) to align with the village limits and limits of the built up area
    • Adjusting 50 km/h zone on Oxford Road 19 (Main Street) to a 60 km/h zone and extending zone limits at the west end of the community to better align with the limits of the built up area
    • Implementing a Community Safety Zone on Oxford Road 19 (Main Street) and aligning with the limits of the 60 km/h zone
    • Extending current street lighting on Oxford Road 19 (Main Street) further west to align with the 60 km/h zone limit
    • Relocating community boundary sign on the south end of Oxford Road 13 (West Street) to better align with village limits



  • Bright

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    2023 Road safety improvements

    • Electronic speed feedback signs will be installed at all four approaches into Bright: east and west ends of Oxford Road 8 (John Street), and at the north and south ends of Oxford Road 22 (Baird Street).
    • The 60 km/h speed zones at east and west ends of Oxford Road 8 will be changed to 50 km/hr.
    • The 50 km/h zone limit at the north end on Oxford Road 22 (Baird Street) will be adjusted to align with the village limits and limits of built up area.
    • Street lighting will be extended at north and south ends of Oxford Road 22 (Baird Street).
    • A Community Safety Zone will be implemented on Oxford Road 8 (John Street) in the vicinity of the recreational facility (ball diamond).
  • Drumbo

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    2023 Road safety improvements

    • Electronic speed feedback signs will be installed at all four approaches into Drumbo: east and west ends of Oxford Road 29 (Oxford Street) and at the north and south ends of Oxford Road 3 (Wilmot Street).
    • The 60 km/h speed transition zones at all four approaches will be eliminated, as research has found these to be ineffective in reducing traffic speeds.
    • The 50 km/h zone limit at the north end on Oxford Road 3 (Wilmot Street) will be adjusted to align the village limits and limits of built up area.
    • The 40 km/h zone on Oxford Road 3 (Wilmot Street) in the vicinity of the school will be modified with amber flashing lights. These will only be in effect when the lights are flashing, which is during times when students are arriving and leaving school.
    • A controlled pedestrian crossing with rapid flashing beacons will be installed at the school crossing on Oxford Road 3 (Wilmot Street).
    • Street lighting will be extended at east and west ends of Oxford Road 29 (Oxford Road St) and south end on Oxford Road 3 (Wilmot Street).
    • Community Safety Zones will be implemented on Oxford Road 3 (Wilmot Street) in the vicinity of the school and on Oxford Road 29 (Oxford Street), where previous studies identified high pedestrian usage.
  • Harrington

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    2023 Road safety improvements

    • Two additional electronic speed feedback signs will be installed on Oxford Road 28 (Road 96) within Harrington.
    • The existing speed feedback sign and 60 km/h speed zone will be extended at the east end of Oxford Road 28 (Road 96).
    • A Community Safety Zone will be implemented on Oxford Road 28 (Road 96) in the vicinity of the community park and community centre.
  • Plattsville

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    2023 Road safety improvements

    • Two electronic speed feedback signs will be installed at the east end of Oxford Road 8 (Albert Street).
    • The 50 km/h speed zones at the east end of Oxford Road 8 (Albert Street) will be extended to Hofstetter Road, eliminating the existing 60 km/h zone.
    • Pedestrian study will be completed in 2023 to determine if controlled pedestrian crossing is warranted.
    • Consideration of Community Safety Zone will be evaluated further in 2023.