Roads, Rides, & Residents

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Consultation has concluded

We want to view our road and transportation services through the eyes of our users.

Getting residents around Town as safely and quickly as possible is one of our number one priorities - and we know that our transportation network needs to be continuously maintained to make this happen. We also know the technical reasons and regulations for prioritizing the restoration of certain roads and sidewalks over others. What we don't know, is how this makes an impact on YOU, which is why we're turning outwards to our residents to capture their experiences.

Not only do we want you to have a safe, smooth ride around town - but we want to create walkable, connected communities that you enjoy and want to explore. Roads that you feel safe driving on all year, trails that you want to take your dog for a walk on, and sidewalks that connect you to key places in your neighbourhood.

Your meaningful feedback will help us to further identify, analyze, and invest in the transportation systems that improve your quality of life.

What's your story?
Do you have a favourite trail? Are there roads you want us to fix sooner? Do you wish your neighborhood had traffic calming initiatives? Leave us your experience below about how you get around town now and how you would like to in the future.

Pick a place!

Drag and drop a pin on the map below to tell us what you currently like and what you wish we could improve. Sidewalks, trails, transit stops, roads - you name it. We want to hear it.

We want to view our road and transportation services through the eyes of our users.

Getting residents around Town as safely and quickly as possible is one of our number one priorities - and we know that our transportation network needs to be continuously maintained to make this happen. We also know the technical reasons and regulations for prioritizing the restoration of certain roads and sidewalks over others. What we don't know, is how this makes an impact on YOU, which is why we're turning outwards to our residents to capture their experiences.

Not only do we want you to have a safe, smooth ride around town - but we want to create walkable, connected communities that you enjoy and want to explore. Roads that you feel safe driving on all year, trails that you want to take your dog for a walk on, and sidewalks that connect you to key places in your neighbourhood.

Your meaningful feedback will help us to further identify, analyze, and invest in the transportation systems that improve your quality of life.

What's your story?
Do you have a favourite trail? Are there roads you want us to fix sooner? Do you wish your neighborhood had traffic calming initiatives? Leave us your experience below about how you get around town now and how you would like to in the future.

Pick a place!

Drag and drop a pin on the map below to tell us what you currently like and what you wish we could improve. Sidewalks, trails, transit stops, roads - you name it. We want to hear it.

Tell your story

We want to better understand your experiences getting around town.

Topics to consider:

  • Is your neighbourhood “pedestrian friendly?”
  • Could you walk to do most of your small errands?
  • How far is the distance to those places you need to reach regularly?
  • Are you able to take advantage of facilities and services near you?
  • Do you feel connected to your community?
  • Do you feel safe getting to your destinations?

Thanks for sharing your story!

CLOSED: This discussion has concluded.
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    Safety

    by LdHamilton876, 7 months ago

    Sidewalks for children/Adults to get safely from Alcona to the YMCA. Street lights from Alcona to 400 , Street lights on all side roads especially 20th and young. IBR and the 20th both sides I just avoid and tell my children not to use. I’ve witness too many accidents in that location. There should be no passing yellow road lines on 20th near 6th Sideroad. 4 way stop should be added along Webster/Hunter

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    WE NEED SENIOR FRIENDLY TRANSPORTATION APPS

    by Kimm, 7 months ago

    Innisfil Transit (AKA Uber) is Not very senior friendly. My mother has constant problems with the App. And no customer service to contact. Several times she has ordered only to have the app default back to Uber X, not Innisfil Transit. No way for her to cancel the trip. Twice she has been charged for a trip where no car showed up after waiting over 45 minutes. She is so frustrated with the company and the lack of service she now she gets someone else to order it up and pays them cash to put against their credit card.

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    Road surfaces and closures on 6th, 7th and IBR

    by ELO, 7 months ago

    This summer and fall have seen unprecedented road closures particularly east west routes. It is impossible to travel in a straight line between St. John's Road and the 10th line. Road surfaces are poor on all three roads. The only decent roads to Alcona are from the north and the south. If you are arriving from the west (400) you will be subjected to rough, narrow, detour strewn roads.

    One hopes that in future, before initiating necessary repairs or maintenance, more thought is put into assuring that at least one decent route is available to into town.

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    Webster

    by PJ, 8 months ago

    What is happening on Webster? I understand that the town is putting in bike lanes, but the new lines on Webster south of IBR are incredibly confusing! Also, is anything being looked at regarding slowing the traffic flow? With no stop signs or crosswalks from IBR over to Jans, vehicles are constantly exceeding, and not by just a little, the posted limits.

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    Jan’s Blvd Bicycle lanes introduction and pavement markings re-alignment

    by Millsie, 8 months ago

    As a strong cyclist who uses the facilities available in our town I am very much concerned about the new bike lanes and pavement markings on Jans Blvd.

    When viewing the lines and with what appears to be parking on both sides of the road, it looks like the center line is being moved. With it being moved my concern is that the space being provided puts the cyclist on harms way.

    Any large vehicle or transport truck entering the subdivision does not allow for the space that is required according to the law. Hopefully the contractor doing the job... Continue reading

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    9th Line

    by Shaddykins, 8 months ago

    We use the 9th line a minimum of twice a day 2 vehicles. When is this road going to be repaired between the 25th & 20th. This five and dime cheap repair that was done was the biggest waste of money. Just like the the islands on the IBR

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    IBR & 20th SR. Something needs to be done!

    by Driver, 8 months ago

    Why not have traffic lights there? Widen IBR to West of tracks. Reduce speed limit to 40 from plaza lights to other side of new lights, and sync lights so that the Eastbound light at plaza gets a go ahead flashing green, so that the traffic from 20th SB doesn’t get backed up into the intersection. 1 traffic light at 20th SB & IBR and another after the tracks at NB 20th & IBR. THIS shouldn’t be difficult to do, and make that intersection safer IMO

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    Please do not put the barrier up on IBR at the 20th. I read that the C of S advised you that they were doing that. Please fight them on it.

    by Kathleen Neville, 8 months ago

    Please stop the C of S from putting the no left turn barrier up on IBR at the 20th.

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    Handicap parking

    by Lily Mae, 8 months ago

    The beach at the end of Mapleview Dr does not have handicap parking. Why can you not add two spots beside the fence on the road by the entrance. The parking is minimal in the small parking lot and one has to travel over a small dirt pathway to get to the beach. And for some disablilities this is cumbersome.

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    Bus transit

    by Keerthiga Jayaseelan, 8 months ago

    Hello,

    I think having bus transportation is a must. I have growing kids who would need transportation to get to school, mall and work

    Elderly who can use it for doc appt, ymca.

    And as the population growing bus transit would be ideal.


    Thanks

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