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Transportation Planning

Transportation Planning is a process to recommend a vision and implement a plan to address existing and future transportation challenges, such as congestions, safety concerns, and environmental and public health issues.

Transportation Engineering projects and Policy & Sustainability projects articulate planning, issues and potential solutions that are suitable to the communities in Caledon.

Sustainable Transportation

In the Town of Caledon, a geographically vast municipality, transportation is of particular environmental concern. Smart commuting, through active transportation, carpooling and alternate fuels (whether biodiesel, hybrid or electric vehicles) is encouraged to reduce the environmental impact of transportation.

Consider using the following methods of sustainable transportation instead of driving your car.

  • Active transportation (cycling, walking)
  • Transit
  • Carpooling
  • Telework/Telecommuting

Current Projects - Transportation Engineering

Revitalizing Caledon Streets

Revitalizing Caledon Streets (RCS) is a program to make Caledon Streets safe and efficient for everyone: people who walk, bicycle, drive or take transit, and people of all abilities and ages.

Learn more: Revitalizing Caledon Streets

Transportation Master Plan

The Town of Caledon is developing a Transportation Master Plan to study the existing transportation network and identify strategic actions to meet the Town's future transportation needs.

View the full plan: Transportation Master Plan

Mountainview Road EA

The Town of Caledon has initiated an environmental assessment for Mountainview Road, between Olde Base Line Road and Granite Stones Road, to address development needs and safe driving conditions.

Learn more:  Mountainview Rd EA

Transportation Impact Studies

The Transportation Division of The Town of Caledon has prepared Terms of Reference and Guidelines for consultants to follow when preparing Transportation Impact Studies (TIS).

View the study: Transportation Impact Studies

Transit Feasibility Study

The Transit Feasibility Study will investigate the benefits and costs of providing public transit services within the Town of Caledon, to help meet the current and future needs of its residents, workers, visitors and employers.

View the study: Transit Feasibility Study

Traffic Calming Strategy

The Town is ‘Putting the Brakes on Speeding’ by developing a new Traffic Calming Strategy to proactively implement traffic calming measures.

Learn more: Traffic Calming Strategy


For more information on Transportation Engineering projects, click on each project webpage.

Current Projects - Policy & Sustainability Projects

427 Transportation Corridor

The Provincial EA Study examined the need for the extension of Highway 427 to address the existing & short-term transportation problems, alternative terminus points, alternative route alignments, and the number and location of interchanges integrating with major arterial roads. A Recommended Plan as identified in the Study Report includes:

  • 6.6 km extension of Highway 427 northerly from Highway 7 to Major Mackenzie Drive;
  • New interchanges at Langstaff Road, Rutherford Road and Major Mackenzie Drive; and,

In accordance with the Ministry of Transportation Southern Highway Program (2017-2021) the construction of the extension of the Highway is underway and is slated to be completed by 2021.

More details on this provincial initiative:

2041 Regional Transportation Plan - Metrolinx

The 2041 RTP developed by Metrolinx builds on the success of the first Regional Transportation Plan – The Big Move, released in 2008. Metrolinx recently released the Regional Transportation Plan for the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area (GTHA) which is a blueprint to build an integrated, regional multi-modal transportation system, which will serve the needs of residents, businesses and institutions until 2041.

View the full plan: The 2041 Regional Transportation Plan

The key project for the Town of Caledon is the Bolton Commuter GO Rail Service between Bolton and Union Station. Metrolinx completed and released the Bolton Commuter Rail Service Feasibility Study in December 2010.

View the feasibility study: Bolton Commuter Rail Feasibility Study

Mayfield West Phase 2 - Transportation Master Plan (MW2 - TMP)

The Mayfield West Phase 2 - Transportation Master Plan (MW2-TMP) was undertaken as a part of the preparation of the Secondary Plan for development within lands generally encompassing north of Mayfield Road, east of Chinguacousy Road, south of the Etobicoke Creek and west of Hurontario Street in the Town of Caledon (MW2) to guide the provision of fully integrated transportation infrastructure and services.

The MW2-TMP provides a strategic balanced transportation framework that supports a broad range of travel options including walking, cycling, and public transport as well as fully connected road network.

View the approved plan: MW2-TMP

Completed Projects - Policy & Sustainability Projects

Bolton Tranportation Master Plan

The Bolton Transportation Master Plan (BTMP) was undertaken to identify transportation deficiencies and address transportation and road network concerns in the Bolton Area to support municipal planning goals for the short, medium and long term. A comprehensive multi-modal transportation master planning process was undertaken, including consultation with the public.

Full complete details: Bolton Transportation Master Plan

Caledon Area Transportation Study Update

In the spring of 2009, the Town of Caledon and the Region of Peel Councils approved the Caledon Area Transportation Study Update (CATSU). The Study assessed and identified the potential transportation improvements needed to accommodate future transportation demand within the Town until 2031.

View the complete study: Caledon Transportation Needs Study


For more information on Policy & Sustainability projects please contact:

Kant Chawla
Senior Transportation Planner
905.584.2272 x.4293