Boiler Beach Traffic Study

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The Township of Huron-Kinloss is working with BT Engineering Inc. to complete a traffic study on Boiler Beach Rd. This is the busiest road in the Township during the summer months, and we often hear complaints and concerns from residents and visitors about safety and parking. BT Engineering Inc. is considering all options to address these concerns including: the feasibility of a one-way road between Concession 10 and Huronville St., widening of the roadway, and other opportunities to better accommodate pedestrians and cyclists.


The study will evaluate:

  • traffic volumes and circulation options (existing two-way roadway, one-way northbound, one-way southbound),
  • traffic operations and impacts to other roadways; and
  • existing constraints, issues, and opportunities for Boiler Beach Rd.


The study aims to develop a preferred plan to address the needs of the Study Area and accommodate all modes of transportation (motorists, pedestrians, cyclists, and emergency vehicles).


PUBLIC CONSULTATION

A key part of this project will be public consultation, so we can better understand how residents and visitors are currently affected by the Boiler Beach Rd. concerns and how any potential changes to the road could affect you in the future. Please complete this survey below by August 14th, 2022


The Township of Huron-Kinloss is working with BT Engineering Inc. to complete a traffic study on Boiler Beach Rd. This is the busiest road in the Township during the summer months, and we often hear complaints and concerns from residents and visitors about safety and parking. BT Engineering Inc. is considering all options to address these concerns including: the feasibility of a one-way road between Concession 10 and Huronville St., widening of the roadway, and other opportunities to better accommodate pedestrians and cyclists.


The study will evaluate:

  • traffic volumes and circulation options (existing two-way roadway, one-way northbound, one-way southbound),
  • traffic operations and impacts to other roadways; and
  • existing constraints, issues, and opportunities for Boiler Beach Rd.


The study aims to develop a preferred plan to address the needs of the Study Area and accommodate all modes of transportation (motorists, pedestrians, cyclists, and emergency vehicles).


PUBLIC CONSULTATION

A key part of this project will be public consultation, so we can better understand how residents and visitors are currently affected by the Boiler Beach Rd. concerns and how any potential changes to the road could affect you in the future. Please complete this survey below by August 14th, 2022


  • Community Cafe Presentation

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    Please click here to view the presentation made on Aug 24, 2022 regarding the survey results and solution options to improve traffic issues on Boiler Beach Rd.

    Community Cafe Presentation

Page last updated: 30 Aug 2022, 02:45 PM