Dozens of local residents expressed concerns about traffic in
Hounsfield Heights/Briar Hill at a meeting in June, and HHBH CA
Traffic Calming Director Denny Kwan has gathered those concerns
into a new submission to the city requesting a formal traffic study
for our neighbourhood.
However, the best way to get a study in our neighbourhood (there's
a lot of competition) is to demonstrate need, so Kwan is encouraging
residents to continue documenting their concerns and submitting them
to the city, either through the CA or individually.
As a result, Kwan has obtained copies of the Community Traffic
Issue Reporting Forms the city requires and made them available
both for pick-up and drop-off at the Louise Riley Library and at
Briar Hill School. Click here to download a pdf version.
"This form should be used to report any traffic issues that you or
your neighbours see are a concern for you and the community," Kwan
says. "We will record the issues that have already been raised at the
meeting and in emails/voice-mails I've received, but if you or your
neighbours feel that the issue should be raised again, feel free to fill
one out in your own words."
He says the completed forms will be reviewed and signed by the
Community Association and sent off to the City.
If you have any questions, please contact Kwan at
email@example.com or contact the HHBH CA (email and phone
contact info on page 2).