Trucking Strategy Study

Consultation has concluded

The Town of Halton Hills is undertaking this study to develop a long-term trucking strategy. The Trucking Strategy Study will explore opportunities to develop a more safe and efficient approach to managing trucking throughout the town to support economic and employment activities while balancing the impacts to quality of life for the community.

The Trucking Strategy will be developed to achieve the following objectives:

  • Develop a long-term strategy for safe and efficient truck routes while considering the road maintenance and safety needs of the Town
  • Identify transportation solutions and infrastructure improvements to support truck traffic
  • Explore opportunities for roads to safely accommodate all users and modes
  • Engage, consult and educate residents, businesses and other stakeholders.

Over the course of the study, the Town will consult and engage with residents, businesses and stakeholders to help identify the issues, opportunities and challenges associated with trucking in the community. The input that is gathered will help develop and evaluate solutions that could ultimately support the redirection of truck traffic away from our downtowns and urban areas.

Click here to visit the project web page for more information.



The Town of Halton Hills is undertaking this study to develop a long-term trucking strategy. The Trucking Strategy Study will explore opportunities to develop a more safe and efficient approach to managing trucking throughout the town to support economic and employment activities while balancing the impacts to quality of life for the community.

The Trucking Strategy will be developed to achieve the following objectives:

  • Develop a long-term strategy for safe and efficient truck routes while considering the road maintenance and safety needs of the Town
  • Identify transportation solutions and infrastructure improvements to support truck traffic
  • Explore opportunities for roads to safely accommodate all users and modes
  • Engage, consult and educate residents, businesses and other stakeholders.

Over the course of the study, the Town will consult and engage with residents, businesses and stakeholders to help identify the issues, opportunities and challenges associated with trucking in the community. The input that is gathered will help develop and evaluate solutions that could ultimately support the redirection of truck traffic away from our downtowns and urban areas.

Click here to visit the project web page for more information.



  • Trucking Strategy Survey

    Before taking the survey, please read the information boards here 

    The Town of Halton Hills (the Town) is exploring opportunities towards a safe and efficient trucking strategy to address trucking Town-wide. Trucking is needed in all municipalities to support the local economy, to provide services and resources to residents and to enhance local industry. It can be difficult to understand trucking related issues and make changes to the way trucking is managed.

    A series of draft recommendations have been prepared based on feedback provided during the first round of public consultation and engagement. We need your help

    Before taking the survey, please read the information boards here 

    The Town of Halton Hills (the Town) is exploring opportunities towards a safe and efficient trucking strategy to address trucking Town-wide. Trucking is needed in all municipalities to support the local economy, to provide services and resources to residents and to enhance local industry. It can be difficult to understand trucking related issues and make changes to the way trucking is managed.

    A series of draft recommendations have been prepared based on feedback provided during the first round of public consultation and engagement. We need your help to review the draft recommendations and the draft trucking network to help with future planning and management of trucking in Halton Hills.

    Please help the Town by filling out this short questionnaire to provide us with your thoughts and ideas about the suggested recommendations and draft trucking network. 

    If you have any questions about the content of the study please contact a member of the study team.

    Consultation has concluded