4.CEDARVALE TRAFFIC CALMING PLAN, Ward 28, York-Eglinton
(December 13, 1998)
The residents of Cedarvale need to remain active in the final aspects of the Cedarvale Traffic
Calming Plan. As the implementation continues, residents need to be polled as to their opinion
on new traffic calming measures on their streets.
I hereby move that residents be polled before any more traffic calming measures are
implemented on their block in Cedarvale. The attached is an example of what residents could
The feedback I am getting is that the preferred method of mid-block traffic calming is the
speed hump rather than the pinch point. The ballot that goes out to residents should allow for
I would ask that staff be advised to edit the attached and deliver it to all affected addresses.
Councillor Mihevc to Residents
The traffic calming portion of phase #1 of the Cedarvale Traffic Calming Plan has been
completed. The City of Toronto is writing to you to obtain your input on additional traffic
calming devices on your block.
Attached you will find a map of your block and an indicator as to where the traffic calming
measure would be installed.
Attached you will also find a return slip that you are encouraged to fill out and return in the
You will be voting only on the traffic calming devices for your block. The particular traffic
calming measure for your block will be installed subject to majority support on your block.
Thank you for your interest in your community.