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Staffeeport <br />Development Services Department <br />REPORT TO: Community and Infrastructure Services Committee <br />DATE OF MEETING: March 7, 2022 <br />SUBMITTED BY: Barry Cronkite, Director, Transportation Services, 519-741-2200 ext. <br />7738 <br />PREPARED BY: Ivan J Balaban, Active Transportation Planning Project Manager, <br />519-741-2200 ext. 7302 <br />WARD(S) INVOLVED: Ward 1 <br />DATE OF REPORT: February 9, 2022 <br />REPORT NO.: DSD -2022-044 <br />SUBJECT: Level 2 Type D Pedestrian Crossover — Stirling Avenue North at <br />Lydia Street <br />RECOMMENDATION: <br />That a Level 2 Type D Pedestrian Crossover (PXO) be implemented on Stirling Avenue <br />North at Lydia Street, across the north approach of the intersection; and further, <br />That the Uniform Traffic Bylaw be amended accordingly <br />REPORT HIGHLIGHTS: <br />• The purpose of this report is to amend the Uniform Traffic By -Law 2019-113 to include <br />a Pedestrian Crossover (PXO) on Stirling Avenue North at Lydia Street. <br />• The key finding of this report is that safety and operations will be improved through the <br />installation of the traffic control device listed in the report <br />• The financial implications are approximately $4,000 taken from the existing traffic <br />calming capital budget <br />• Community engagement included posting this report to the City's website with the <br />agenda in advance of the council / committee meeting, and ongoing communication <br />with the Auditorium Neighbourhood Association <br />• This report supports the delivery of core services. <br />BACKGROUND: <br />Transportation Services received a request at a Neighbourhood Information Meeting <br />regarding a separate planning matter, to review the former school crossing on Stirling <br />Avenue North at Lydia Street. The request cited concerns regarding pedestrian safety and <br />general operation of the intersection. It was requested that the intersection be studied, and <br />additional infrastructure be considered to control traffic. <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 />Page 78 of 132 <br />