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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    Not pedestrian friendly

    by JoJo, 9 months ago

    We have many areas of Innisfil that lack sidewalks. Gilford is one area that doesn’t have any sidewalks and in the winter with all the cars parked for ice fishing season it is dangerous as pedestrians (including children walking from the school bus) are forced to walk in traffic. I’m sure there is a way to manage storm water run off while making room for sidewalks.

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    20th side road & Innisfil Beach Road

    by JoJo, 9 months ago

    The intersection at the 20th side road and Innisfil Beach Road by the No Frills is getting extremely busy and is dangerous during rush hour. The plans to improve this intersection need to be put into place before all of the new homes are built. Turning left to head East on IBR causes traffic to back up on the 20th and people lose their patience waiting. this along with the traffic backing up at the train tracks when cars are waiting to turn left and head south on the 20th is very frustrating.

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    Race tract of St. Johns

    by Monique, 9 months ago

    I find it ridiculous that when paving St Johns, no side walks where installed. The town is aware of the speeding problem on St. John since they installed the speed signs.

    Why was a major road leading to our town resources, job and shops not equipped with pedestrian safety in mind?

    At the very least, adding one or two stop signs will decrease the speeding along St Johns.

    Also please, please, please install a stop sign at St John and 7th line. What will it take before it becomes a 4 way stop? Death. I have see so many near... Continue reading

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