New weekend service is available Saturday from 7 am to 9 pm, Sunday and holidays from 8 am to 8 pm, excludes areas serviced by Route 4. Service details can be found on the Oakville Transit website including how to register and book a ride (two hour (2) advance...
Go Transit is hosting a public consultation on Jan 30th from 6-8:30 at Town Hall regarding the Go Transit parking garage including access points and other development to support the Oakville Go station.
Excessive traffic speed along Lakeshore Road East, in the region from Winston Churchill to Ford Drive has been an issue of great concern for many years. Local residents have brought it to the attention of the Town of Oakville. This is of particular concern as it is in the location of a school where young children need to cross Lakeshore Road. As a result, speed studies were conducted in 2008 and 2010. On both occasions, a substantial percentage of traffic was traveling at speeds far in excess of the posted maximum of 50km/h.
Peeking over our Eastern Border – JCRA is continuing to dialogue with the City of Mississauga to better understand its plans for a re-cycling plant, just west of Winston Churchill off Lakeshore Road, with a view to how it might impact on the JCRA community.