Adye Road Temporary Traffic Calming Pilot Project

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Colwood is committed to involving residents in increasing the comfort and safety of their neighbourhoods.

Beginning in 2021, the City will be installing temporary pilot projects to test and assess various methods for managing vehicle traffic and increasing the comfort of all users.

The City will design and implement a temporary traffic calming measure for approximately 90 days, then remove it. Feedback and evaluation will determine whether the measures were effective.

Each pilot project will help the neighbourhood and the City clarify concerns, assess the effctiveness of various approaches and determine whether a similar measure should be implemented permanently at that location, or not.



Pilot traffic calming measures on Adye Road:

City staff have reviewed, scoped and assessed how cars, bikes and pedestrians use Adye Road and would like to reinforce this route as a cycling connection between the Galloping Goose and surrounding neighbourhoods. To do this:

Road markings called ‘sharrows’ will be painted on both sides of Adye Road between Kelly Road and Hatley Memorial Gardens.

The painted ‘sharrows’ will remind drivers that bicycles and vehicles must share the road. The paint will also visually narrow the driving surface of the roadway which is one method for encouraging drivers to slow down.

90-Day Timeline: This traffic calming measure will be implemented within the next four weeks. It will remain in place as a trial for approximately 90 days, and then temporary measures not accepted will be removed. We'll be evaluating it on an ongoing basis over the 90 days with your input.

The discussion forum is now closed.

Many of your neighbours shared their thoughts about the impact these temporary measures have on your neighbourhood. Read the report to Council on August 30, 2021.

Colwood is committed to involving residents in increasing the comfort and safety of their neighbourhoods.

Beginning in 2021, the City will be installing temporary pilot projects to test and assess various methods for managing vehicle traffic and increasing the comfort of all users.

The City will design and implement a temporary traffic calming measure for approximately 90 days, then remove it. Feedback and evaluation will determine whether the measures were effective.

Each pilot project will help the neighbourhood and the City clarify concerns, assess the effctiveness of various approaches and determine whether a similar measure should be implemented permanently at that location, or not.



Pilot traffic calming measures on Adye Road:

City staff have reviewed, scoped and assessed how cars, bikes and pedestrians use Adye Road and would like to reinforce this route as a cycling connection between the Galloping Goose and surrounding neighbourhoods. To do this:

Road markings called ‘sharrows’ will be painted on both sides of Adye Road between Kelly Road and Hatley Memorial Gardens.

The painted ‘sharrows’ will remind drivers that bicycles and vehicles must share the road. The paint will also visually narrow the driving surface of the roadway which is one method for encouraging drivers to slow down.

90-Day Timeline: This traffic calming measure will be implemented within the next four weeks. It will remain in place as a trial for approximately 90 days, and then temporary measures not accepted will be removed. We'll be evaluating it on an ongoing basis over the 90 days with your input.

The discussion forum is now closed.

Many of your neighbours shared their thoughts about the impact these temporary measures have on your neighbourhood. Read the report to Council on August 30, 2021.

Page last updated: 31 August 2021, 17:57