Roads and Transportation
We provide safe, reliable and efficient movement throughout the Region. We are focusing on traffic management and environmentally friendly transportation options that help people and goods move smoothly within and through our community.
People and goods can move safely and efficiently throughout Peel.
Maintained 1,657 lane km of road to help keep residents safe and traffic moving.
Percentage of winter events where the response met or exceeded locally determined municipal service levels for road maintenance.
Overall client satisfaction score for "Road Maintenance (Regional Roads)". 1, 2
Road Condition Index – A measure of the condition and overall quality of the Regional road network.
Lane kilometres (Lkm) of roads resurfaced per construction season.
Target: 22 Lkm
Actual: 44.7 Lkm
Average increase in efficiency of traffic progression on goods movement corridors (%).
Sustainable Transportation Strategy
With a 40% population increase in Peel by 2041, the increasing demand on the transportation system cannot be met by building more roads. We require new and innovative solutions to meet future needs. The Sustainable Transportation Strategy outlines the Region of Peel's roles and responsibilities to significantly increase the number of trips made by walking, cycling, transit, carpooling, and trips avoided through teleworking. The 2041 target of 50% of trips made by sustainable transportation modes aligns with the Region of Peel's Long Range Transportation Plan, representing a 13% increase from current conditions. More than 50 actions are recommended, many in partnership with municipalities, transit agencies, and other organizations. Apart from improving transportation system performance, having more people use sustainable transportation will also have benefits to public health and the natural environment.
1 Source: 2017 External Client Satisfaction Survey.
2 Dissatisfaction was due to construction activities that caused delays to motorists. We are working on ways to enhance our communication to motorists, in order to provide advanced warning of planned construction activities.