Halton Region Goes Roundabout!

Halton's 1st Roundabout in Milton
Halton Region's 1st Roundabout

To help improve road safety and manage increased traffic demand, Halton Region is going round with its 1st roundabout.

What is a roundabout?

  • Its a circular intersection
  • With single or double lanes (Halton’s 1st roundabout will consist of 2 lanes)
  • Doesn't have traffic lights
  • Motorists slow down and travel counter clockwise until they reach their exit

Where is Halton Region's roundabout located?

  • NEW! Tenth Line at 10 Sideroad, Georgetown
  • Tremaine Road at Main Street, Milton
  • Tremaine Road at Steeles Avenue, Milton
  • Tremaine Road at Britannia Road, Milton
  • Tremaine Road at Louis St Laurent Avenue, Milton

Why did Halton decide to go round?

Roundabouts help reduce:

  • Traffic delays
  • Fuel consumption
  • Air and noise pollution
  • Construction and maintenance costs

In fact, roundabouts have been shown to reduce fatal and injury accidents by as much as 76% and are widely and successfully used throughout Europe, Australia, the U.S. and other parts of Canada.