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Caledon OPP 2012 Hot Spot Areas

Hot spot areas are identified as roadways with increased volume and increased history of collisions. Drive carefully on all roadways, but be extra cautious when using these roadways within the Town of Caledon.

  •   Hwy 9 between Hwy 10 and Caledon / King Town Line
  •   Hwy 10 between Hwy 9 and Hwy 410
  •   RR 50 between Hwy 9 and Mayfield Road
  •   Airport Road between Patterson SR and Olde Base Line
  •   King Street between Highway 10 and Airport Road
  •   The Gore Road between King Street and Mayfield Road
  •   Forks of the Credit between Mississauga Rd and Hwy 10
  •   *New – Mayfield Road between Winston Churchill Blvd and Caledon/King Town Line
  •   *New – Castelderg Side Road between Airport Road and Caledon King Town Line 

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Patti Foley

Having spent 25 years in Bolton, Patti remains an advocate for Caledon. As a former Regional Councillor and a long-time community volunteer she is passionate about communicating information about its issues, news, events, people, non-profits and businesses.

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  • Pat
    Most collisions happen at intersections. We need more traffic circles to replace stop signs and traffic signals throughout Caledon. As we drive the country roads of Caledon we are in the hands of fate at every intersection. All it takes is one distracted driver missing a red light or stop sign, who happens to be going through the intersection at the exact moment that you are going through, and it is all over.
    It does not have to be this way. Traffic circles slow down all traffic coming from all directions with a physical obstruction. When collisions occur, they tend to be glancing blows as apposed to deadly broadsides. In busy intersections, you can control access to the traffic circle with a traffic light, this is the safest solution.

    • Hi Neil. Nice to hear from you again. Thank you for your comments, they make a lot of sense. I’m finding that most people, even those who had initial concerns, are very happy with traffic circles (roundabouts) once they become more familiar with them. As you are probably aware there are many places in the world that utilize them for improved traffic flow and safety. I suspect you’ll see more in future.