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The City has completed the trial and the measures were removed. Lessons learned from this pilot will inform the development of a city-wide policy and procedure for traffic management issues.

Where We Are

The Community Traffic Management process in Pleasantview is complete.

During the trial, we heard a desire from the community to remove the trial traffic measures and return roadways to their pre-trial design. The measures were removed in early 2016.

Since the completion of the trial, the following steps were taken to address traffic safety concerns:

  • Driver feedback signs were installed on both 106 Street and 109 Street
  • A School Site Safety Review was completed and recommended safety improvements were installed ​

The lessons learned from this pilot will inform the development of a city-wide policy and procedures for community traffic management.

About the Project

In the fall of 2013 residents, businesses and other stakeholders in Pleasantview expressed concerns about traffic issues including speeding, traffic volumes and shortcutting.

Public Engagement

In January 2014 The City began organizing opportunities for residents of Pleasantview and surrounding communities to share concerns and identify traffic challenges.

View the Public Engagement history, activities and reports

March 23, 2016

The Final Community Traffic Management Plan (CTMP) Report was presented to City Council’s Transportation Committee on the process in Pleasantview. You can view the Council Report, the Trial Details, and the Presentation from the meeting.

Final Community Traffic Management Plan (CTMP) Report (See Item 6.1)

February 2016

Traffic Measures were removed following the feedback received at the February 3, 2016 community-wide meeting, three public workshops and telephone survey.

The feedback indicated that there was little community support for the trial traffic management measures, or any adjustments to the current traffic plan.

 

September 2015

Trial Measures were installed and the median was removed due to illegal activity that caused safety concerns and impacted the private property of adjacent residents. Edmonton Police enforcement at the intersection did not resulted in a reduction of this activity.

Pleasantview Traffic Mgmt - Image Sept 2015

July 2015

Trial traffic management measures were installed and changes to signs were made in response to feedback. Traffic monitoring of volume and speed data were shared in the Fall of 2015.

The trial traffic management plan included:

  • Intersection modifications at 106 St and 51 Ave
  • Changing 106 St, between 53 Ave and 56 Ave, to one-way northbound for motor vehicles
  • Curb extensions at the intersections of 58 Ave and 60 Ave with 109 St

​Mini barriers were installed on the roadway to create the shape of the curb extensions and medians. Changes were also made to roadway pavement markings and signage. ​

January to April 2014

Public Engagement

Phone surveys, drop-in workshops and informations were held.

Two public workshops were provided for residents to learn about traffic measure options. You can view the Feedback, Factsheet, Project Boards, Maps, and Traffic Measures Handout from the meetings.

October 2014

CTMP Process Pilot Program

City Council approved the pilot program for the Pleasantview Community Traffic Management Plan process.

City Council Minutes October 22, 2014 (Item 6.6)

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