Two-way streets replace one-ways in Downtown Oakville

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Gisele Shaw

Gisele Shaw

Gisele Shaw is the Manager of Corporate Communication for the town of Oakville since 2002. Prior to working for the town she worked for Halton Region as a communications specialist. She is a graduate of Humber College.

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As part of the Downtown Plan, the town is converting all existing one-way streets in downtown Oakville to two-way streets.

Two-Way Streets Conversion Schedule

Thomas Street, Dunn Street, George Street:

October 23–24

Two-way conversion from Randall Street to Lakeshore Road includes new signage and pavement markings.

Church Street:

October 29–31

Two-way conversion and resurfacing from Navy Street to Allan Street includes asphalt grinding, new pavement, signage and markings.

Randall Street:

November 5–7

Two-way conversion and resurfacing from Navy Street to Douglas Street includes asphalt grinding, new pavement, signage and markings.

Navy Street, Dunn Street, George Street:

November 12–14

Resurfacing on Navy Street (Randall Street to Lakeshore Road), Dunn Street and George Street (Randall Street to Church Street) includes asphalt grinding, new pavement and markings.

The streets are open to one-lane traffic and on-street parking is temporarily removed while work is underway. Any changes to downtown transit routes will be available on oakvilletransit.ca.

The two-way conversion of the existing street network was approved as part of the town’s Downtown Transportation and Streetscape Study. The conversion to two-way streets is being completed in advance of the Lakeshore Road Reconstruction and Streetscape Project.

For more information on the two-way traffic conversion project, visit oakville.ca.

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