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Winter Avenue

Effective Monday, August 7, 2017 motorists are no longer permitted to enter Winter Avenue from King’s Bridge Road. 'No entry' signs have been installed to indicate the new restriction which is in place throughout the summer and fall.

To access Winter Avenue and Judge Place, all motorists are required to enter Winter Avenue via Portugal Cove Road, with the exception of emergency vehicles and city service vehicles. Winter Avenue itself will remain two way, except for the restriction at King's Bridge Road. Vehicles are permitted to exit Winter Avenue via King’s Bridge Road.

This new restriction is in place to address speeding and volume concerns and is part of a traffic calming study to be evaluated by the Transportation Division during the summer and fall.

Effective Monday, August 7, 2017 motorists are no longer permitted to enter Winter Avenue from King’s Bridge Road. 'No entry' signs have been installed to indicate the new restriction which is in place throughout the summer and fall.

To access Winter Avenue and Judge Place, all motorists are required to enter Winter Avenue via Portugal Cove Road, with the exception of emergency vehicles and city service vehicles. Winter Avenue itself will remain two way, except for the restriction at King's Bridge Road. Vehicles are permitted to exit Winter Avenue via King’s Bridge Road.

This new restriction is in place to address speeding and volume concerns and is part of a traffic calming study to be evaluated by the Transportation Division during the summer and fall.

  • Update on Winter Avenue Traffic Calming Project

    14 days ago

    City staff have now completed the data collection phase of the Winter Avenue traffic calming project. The no-entry restriction via Kings Bridge Road will remain in place until a final decision is made by Council.  

    Using data collected on-site, staff observations, and public feedback from a recent online survey, staff are preparing a report for City Council on the impacts of this traffic calming project. Once presented a final decision will be made on whether or not to lift the no-entry restriction, or to maintain it. 

    The City implemented the Winter Avenue traffic calming project in August to address traffic volume and speed concerns raised by residents living in the area, as per the process set out in the city’s Traffic Calming policy.


    City staff have now completed the data collection phase of the Winter Avenue traffic calming project. The no-entry restriction via Kings Bridge Road will remain in place until a final decision is made by Council.  

    Using data collected on-site, staff observations, and public feedback from a recent online survey, staff are preparing a report for City Council on the impacts of this traffic calming project. Once presented a final decision will be made on whether or not to lift the no-entry restriction, or to maintain it. 

    The City implemented the Winter Avenue traffic calming project in August to address traffic volume and speed concerns raised by residents living in the area, as per the process set out in the city’s Traffic Calming policy.


  • TRAFFIC PILOT PROJECTS REMOVED FROM DOWNTOWN

    29 days ago

    Infrastructure to support changes for two traffic pilot projects downtown has been removed in advance of snow clearing operations beginning for the winter. Former conditions have now been reinstated. 

    In August, the City announced two traffic pilot projects downtown: the reconfiguration of Church Hill with Veteran’s Square; and Duckworth Street, Plymouth Road one-way loop. The purpose of these projects was to test enhancements to pedestrian safety, traffic flow, and parking availability. 

    The City is seeking public feedback on these and other pilot projects through an online survey


    Infrastructure to support changes for two traffic pilot projects downtown has been removed in advance of snow clearing operations beginning for the winter. Former conditions have now been reinstated. 

    In August, the City announced two traffic pilot projects downtown: the reconfiguration of Church Hill with Veteran’s Square; and Duckworth Street, Plymouth Road one-way loop. The purpose of these projects was to test enhancements to pedestrian safety, traffic flow, and parking availability. 

    The City is seeking public feedback on these and other pilot projects through an online survey


  • TRAFFIC PILOT PROJECTS: TELL US WHAT YOU THINK

    about 1 month ago

    The City has recently introduced several traffic pilot projects throughout the city to enhance pedestrian safety, improve traffic flow and increase parking availability. The infrastructure to support the projects will be removed before snow clearing operations begin. 

    Staff are now seeking public feedback on each project through an online survey. The public opinion survey is focused on the following pilot projects: 

    Church Hill and Veteran’s Square reconfiguration 

    Plymouth Street and Duckworth Street one way loop 

    Kenmount Terrace mini-roundabout 

    Winter Avenue no entry restriction 

    The City’s transportation engineering staff have been monitoring each of... Continue reading

    The City has recently introduced several traffic pilot projects throughout the city to enhance pedestrian safety, improve traffic flow and increase parking availability. The infrastructure to support the projects will be removed before snow clearing operations begin. 

    Staff are now seeking public feedback on each project through an online survey. The public opinion survey is focused on the following pilot projects: 

    Church Hill and Veteran’s Square reconfiguration 

    Plymouth Street and Duckworth Street one way loop 

    Kenmount Terrace mini-roundabout 

    Winter Avenue no entry restriction 

    The City’s transportation engineering staff have been monitoring each of the areas. The public feedback that is received through this online survey will inform the evaluation and be presented to City Council. Once presented, Council will determine if the pilot project changes will become permanent at these locations. 

    The survey will be open for two weeks and is available here.