An update to the County of Wellington’s Road Master Action Plan (RMAP) showed residents’ biggest priority is safer roads.
The RMAP, launched in January, is a large-scale study mapping out improvements on the county’s road network. This did not include provincial or municipal roads.
Residents were invited to take a survey and to pinpoint speeding issues, safety concerns, intersection improvements, opportunities for improvement or general comments on a mapping tool.
In a report going to the roads committee by county engineer Don Kudo and Dillon Consulting, results of this showed speeding and safety issues made up over half of the comments received on the mapping tool.