St. Francis of Assisi CES Summary

The feedback expressed a concern with traffic at Varennes at Watters however this intersection has a controlled 3 way stop and low traffic volume.

The feedback expressed a traffic concern with Crossing Trillium’s Parking Lot Entrances. These entrances have a very low traffic volume compared to an actual intersection.

The feedback expressed a concern with a lack of continuous sidewalks on Merkley. This street is a residential street.

The feedback expressed a concern with a path that goes through Falling Brook School and Community Centre. Path is actually used to go to Brome Cres. and does not go through school. Part of path system has been remove from distance measurement but  the remainder is acceptable and remains in the calculation.

The feedback expressed a concern with traffic at the intersection of Merkley at Appollo but this intersection is in a residential area.

The feedback expressed a concern with traffic at the intersections of Merkley at Charlemagne and Charlemagne at Watters.

The feedback expressed a concern with Charlemagne due to being a very busy 4 lane road to cross however there are sidewalks on both sides.

The feedback expressed a concern with the lack of sidewalks on Watters but our review shows sidewalks on both sides except in the hazard zone east of trim road.

The feedback expressed a concern with traffic at the intersection of Thurlow at Princes Louise however this intersection is in a residential area.

The feedback expressed a concern with Princes Louise at Charlemagne being too dangerous to cross. This intersection is within the new hazard zone for grades KG-3 for Charlemagne but does have a 3-way stop with cross walk for grades 4-6.

Outcome: Part of the path system behind Falling Brook School was removed from the distance measurement. A new hazard was added for grades KG-3 for Charlemagne.