Two-way Traffic Conversion Project

The two-way conversion of the existing street network in downtown Oakville was approved as part of the Downtown Transportation and Streetscape Study (DTS). For more information please visit the Downtown Transportation and Streetscape Study project page.

Street Network Conversion now completed.

As part of the Downtown Plan, the town converted existing one-way streets in downtown Oakville to two-way streets.

The streets affected included:

  • Thomas Street, Dunn Street, George Street, Randall and Church streets.
  • Two-way conversion and resurfacing from Navy Street to Allan Street included asphalt grinding, new pavement, signage and markings.

Any changes to downtown transit routes will be available on the Oakville Transit website.

The two-way conversion of the existing street network was approved as part of the town’s Downtown Transportation and Streetscape Study. The conversions are being completed in advance of the Lakeshore Road Reconstruction and Streetscape Project.

Municipal Lot 5

The town initiated a project to resurface and improve Municipal Lot 5, located on the south side of Robinson Street at Dunn Street. The work plan included:

  • concrete repair, removal and resurfacing of asphalt
  • line painting and space markings
  • creating a designated accessible parking space
  • relocating the payment machine to the front of the parking lot
  • creating an additional exit
  • replacing the chain link fence
  • adding plantings to the boulevard area

This project has been deferred until spring 2019. The deferral will provide time for further discussion of the options with the abutting property owners. Staff will be contacting these property owners early in 2019.

For more information

Mary Vallee
Communications Liaison, Downtown Projects
Strategy, Policy & Communications
mary.vallee@oakville.ca