Transportation Engineering

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What we do

The Transportation Services is responsible for all matters pertaining to traffic flow, parking lot maintenance, road safety and parking control. These services include the operation of traffic control devices, pavement marking, signing, road safety, traffic calming and traffic signals, maintaining municipal parking lots, issuing parking permits, parking meter maintenance, monthly leased lots, assisting private lot owners and commercial lot owners with by-law requirements, school crossing guards, special events, parking control and processing parking violations.

Real-Time Traffic Information

Niagara International Transportation Technology Coalition (NITTEC) maintains an up-to-date listing of Road Conditions, Construction Activities, Emergency Closures and more.

Visit the Niagara International Transportation Technology Coalition site.

Bridgewater Street Parking Review

A neighbourhood open house was held on June 21, 2016 in which residents and stakeholders were provided the opportunity to address parking issues City Staff has received on Bridgewater Street between Cummington Square West and the west limit of Bridgewater Street.  The meeting allowed interested persons the opportunity to review the results of the questionnaire, technical data and preliminary recommendations for Bridgewater Street.

Your input into the matter is important!  Please take the time to comment on the initial study findings and recommendations by either completing the comment form.  Staff will incorporate and/or address the comments and suggestions received in the final recommendations.  Comments are requested by Friday, July 8, 2016.

Fourth Avenue Traffic Operations Review

A neighbourhood open house was held on June 28, 2016 in which residents and stakeholders were provided the opportunity to review the results of the questionnaire, technical data and preliminary recommendations (PDF) for Fourth Avenue between Bridge Street and the north limit of Fourth Avenue.  The study is a follow up traffic operations assessment of Fourth Avenue, now that the Thorold Stone Road extension has been constructed to provide primary access to the Gale Centre.

Your input into the matter is important!  Please take the time to comment on the initial study findings and recommendations by completing the comment form.  Staff will incorporate and/or address the comments and suggestions received in the final recommendations.  Comments are requested by Friday, July 8, 2016.