Motion To: Whereas the recommendations in report ACS2017-TSD-TRF-0002 limit the implementation of 30 km/h speed limits on traditional mainstreets that operate at or below 30 km/h to those where a Business Improvement Area (BIA) has provided concurrence, or where there is no BIA, concurrence must be provided by the ward councillor; and, Whereas Business Improvement Areas do not represent residents who are the primary stakeholders in traffic safety related matters; and Whereas the ward councillor is the elected official accountable to residents for safety and traffic related issues; Therefore be it resolved that the paragraph on page 8 of the report reading: “Traditional Main Streets with a Strong Pedestrian Presence: If the criteria are met for such roadways, a petition is not required. In order to implement a 30 km/h speed limit, concurrence must be provided to Traffic Services staff by the respective Business Improvement Area (BIA). In the absence of an established BIA, Ward Council

S. Moffatt
D. Chernushenko
M. Fleury
B. Monette
G. Darouze
S. Qadri
K. Egli
D. Deans
J. Mitic
C. McKenney
M. Qaqish
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Vote recorded from Transportation Committee on 2017-04-05 regarding agenda item POLICY FOR POSTING A 30 KM/H SPEED LIMIT ON AN EXISTING ROADWAY.

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