Sunday, February 15, 2015
Guelph should be able to decide own speed limits, says mayor
Guelph will have the chance to discuss speed limits as part of consultations the province will be holding with cities and towns this spring, to explore options that include lowering the default to 40 km/h, allowing municipalities to set a default speed limit either of 50 km/h or 40 km/h, and permitting municipalities to set different default speed limits inside their boundaries. As it stands now, according to the Highway Traffic Act, the default speed limit for unmarked streets in cities and towns is 50 km/h. Read more.