The east part of Churchill Meadows is the next section of Ward 10 to undergo a speed limit reduction as part of the roll out of the Neighbourhood Area Speed Limit Project in Mississauga. Two areas are scheduled to be done concurrently and together cover the area bounded by Eglinton Avenue, Tenth Line, Thomas Street and Winston Churchill Boulevard (see below). The speed limit on these interior residential roads will be reduced to 40 km/hour. Erin Centre Boulevard will remain at 50 km/hr.
The Neighbourhood Area Speed Limit Project was approved by Council on January 22, 2020 as part of the 2020 Budget. This project will reduce speed limits in all neighbourhoods city-wide within one year. In addition, more then 200 neighbourhood school zones will have a reduced speed of 30 km/h, and the school area community safety zones will be implemented on all City roadways for all school zones within the city.
These changes are an important part of the City’s Vision Zero strategy to seeks to eliminate serious motor vehicle collisions across the city. I anticipate the rest of Churchill Meadows west of Tenth Line will see the speed limit reduced similarly before the end of the calendar year.