Trafalgar Road Short-Term Intersection & Operations Review

Map of Study Area. Click to enlarge.
Map of Study Area
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Status: Ongoing - study initiated 2010.

Consultant: CIMA+

Study Purpose

To address existing and short-term (1-5 years) operational needs along the Trafalgar Road corridor, from Steeles Avenue to Highway 7, in Halton Hills.

This study replaces the cancelled Environmental Assessment (EA) study for Trafalgar Road, from No. 10 Sideroad to Highway 7, which focused on long-term planning for this corridor. More information

Study Scope

The study will examine a number of road improvement alternatives including:
  • Auxiliary lanes (left and right turn lanes).
  • Signal upgrades and timing adjustments.
  • Pavement rehabilitation.
  • Improvements to signage and pavement markings.
  • Improvements to traffic control.

Public Consultation

A key component to this study will be consultation with interested stakeholders, including regulatory agencies, interest groups and the public.

This study will include 2 public information centres (PICs). The PICs will provide stakeholders with an opportunity to meet the project team, understand the study scope and discuss issues related to the project.

Public Information Centre #2 - February 3, 2011

A public information centre (PIC) was held to provide the public an opportunity to review the preferred solution and provide comment. 

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Public Information Centre #1 - June 22, 2010

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Study Documents

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Additional Information

In March 2009 Halton Region issued a "Notice of Study Cancellation" for the Class Environmental Assessment (EA) Study for Trafalgar Road (from No. 10 Sideroad to Highway 7). The purpose of the Trafalgar Road EA study was to address future long-term transportation planning needs in this corridor.

The Trafalgar Road EA was cancelled because several other planning studies had been initiated by Halton Region and other levels of government. These planning studies had the potential to impact or influence the study.

These other studies include:

Once these studies have been completed a separate long-term planning study will be initiated.

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Regional Contact

  • Nick Zervos, Senior Transportation Co-ordinator
    Tel. 905-825-6000 ext. 7632

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