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REPORT TO:Community and Infrastructure Services Committee <br />th <br />DATE OF MEETING:May 13,2019 <br />SUBMITTED BY:Barry Cronkite, Director, Transportation Services, <br />519-741-2200 ext. 7738 <br />PREPARED BY:Eric Bentzen-Bilkvist, Traffic Technologist, (519) 741-2200 x7372 <br />WARD (S) INVOLVED:Ward 9 <br />th <br />DATE OF REPORT:April 17, 2019 <br />REPORT NO.:DSD-19-103 <br />SUBJECT:All-Way Stop Control GlenRoad & Pleasant Avenue <br />__________________________________________________________________ <br />RECOMMENDATIONS: <br />Thatan all-way stop control be installed at the intersection of Glen Road & Pleasant <br />Avenue; <br />That the Uniform Traffic By-Law be amended accordingly. <br />BACKGROUND: <br />Transportation Services received a request to review the existing traffic control at the intersection <br />ofGlen Road & Pleasant Avenue. The request cited concerns regarding general operation of <br />the intersection. It was requested that an all-way stop be considered to control traffic. <br />Pleasant Avenue is designated a Minor <br />Neighborhood Collector Streetand Glen Road is designated as a Local Road. Currently, traffic <br />onPleasant Avenuestops and yields right-of-way to traffic onGlen Road. <br />REPORT: <br />In response to the identified concerns, a traffic study was conducted for the intersection of <br />Glen Road and Pleasant Avenue on May17, 2018.The results of the study were compared to <br />the -way stop warrant requirements. These requirements are a set of <br />guidelines based on the all-way stop warrants established by the Ministry of Transportation of <br />Ontario and the Institute of Transportation Engineers. The results are as follows: <br />*** This information is available in accessible formats upon request. *** <br />Please call 519-741-2345 or TTY 1-866-969-9994 for assistance. <br />6 - 1 <br />