The City is installing six red-light cameras this summer−one per ward− throughout Guelph. The cameras will go live sometime in the fall. Continue reading Six new red-light cameras to help make Guelph roads safer
48 residential neighbourhoods in Guelph would see speeds lowered from 50km/h to 40 km/h if approved by Council. Continue reading City staff propose lower speed limits across Guelph to make roads safer for everyone
We want your feedback on speed limits in Guelph. Complete the online survey by November 30. Continue reading Should Guelph lower speed limits?
Drivers should pay extra attention to traffic signals and watch for pedestrians with changes coming to seven intersections across the city starting October 19. Continue reading Advanced walk signals will give pedestrians a five-second head start at seven Guelph intersections
A new Community Road Safety Strategy and Traffic Calming Policy are being presented to City Council for approval on July 20. Continue reading New strategy aims to improve safety of people walking, cycling and driving in Guelph
Guelph’s 2015-2019 collision report shows an overall decline in injury-related collisions and the number of cyclists involved in collisions. Continue reading Guelph sees decrease in injury-related collisions