The Municipality of Meaford’s transportation network connects our community.

It includes our roads, bridges, and transit, as well as active transportation like walking and cycling. The transportation network helps us get where we need to go, and allows us to move our goods, services and agricultural products through our community and beyond.

Transportation Master Plan

The Municipality of Meaford has completed the Transportation Master Plan (TMP). A staff report for final Council approval of the the TMP is scheduled to come to Council on September 13th.

      View the Transportation Master Plan


“The Municipality of Meaford will provide a sustainable, connected and economical multi-modal transportation system where goods and agricultural equipment are moved efficiently and people of all ages and abilities can travel safely.”


  • Improving the road network
  • Addressing safety concerns
  • Supporting active transportation & transit
  • Refining operations, maintenance and asset management.


  • Road classification system including identification of collector roads, corridor upgrades in rural area, operational improvements, parking study
  • Traffic calming policy and process, road safety monitoring program, policies for speed limit and community safety zones
  • Expanded sidewalk network, safer pedestrian crossings, cycling routes, directions to support regional transit
  • Policies and strategies for road surfaces, bridge rehabilitation, stop signs and one-way streets.


If you have questions about the Transportation Master Plan please contact:

Tori Perejmybida, P.Eng.
Municipality of Meaford
21 Trowbridge Street West
Meaford, ON N4L 1A1
519-538-1060 ext. 1132


 About the Plan


The Municipality is working with IBI Group to complete a Transportation Master Plan. The Plan will establish our vision for transportation in the Municipality over the next 25 years. It will include an assessment of our current transportation system, and forecast future travel demands as our community grows and technology changes. The plan will include action items and identify policies that can be developed to address our urban, rural, and active transportation needs. The Master Planning process evaluates options based on many factors, including:

  • Land-use Planning
  • Natural Environment
  • Social Environment
  • Cultural Environment
  • Economic Environment
  • Property Needs
  • Indigenous Peoples

The plan will be a living document, and will continue to be reviewed and updated as our community and future needs change.

 What We've Heard
Through the second round of public consultation of the Transportation Master Plan the following recommendations for the transportation system were confirmed:
  • Improving traffic operations and safety on urban and rural roads;
  • Identifying a collector road network and upgrading key urban and rural corridors;
  • Expanding the sidewalk network and providing new protected pedestrian crossings;
  • Expanding the cycling route network; and
  • Implementing supporting strategies and policies for traffic calming, paving rural roads, parking, sidewalks, speed limits, stop signs and road safety.

Virtual Public Information Centre

A Virtual Public Information Centre (PIC) was held on Wednesday January 20, 2021 to present the TMP’s draft recommendations, policies and strategies. The meeting consisted of a presentation by the study’s project managers followed by a moderated question and answer period. 


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