Ontario launches Speed Limit Pilots and Consultations

Captured livestream of the Minister's announcement (Globla Korean Post)


Ontario launches Speed Limit Pilots and Consultations


Sep. 27, 2019

Global Korean Post


The Ontario government is launching three speed limit pilots on select highways to explore new ways to improve traffic flow on provincial highways.

Today, Caroline Mulroney, Minister of Transportation, announced that on September 26, 2019, the highway speed limit will change from 100 km/h to 110 km/h along three sections of highways in Southern Ontario:

  • Highway 402 from London to Sarnia (90 km);
  • Queen Elizabeth Way (QEW) from St. Catharines/Lincoln to Hamilton (32 km); and
  • Highway 417 from Ottawa/Gloucester to Ontario/Quebec border (102 km).
Captured livestream of the Minister’s announcement (Globla Korean Post)

The Ontario government is also launching online consultations to obtain the public’s feedback on the speed limit pilots. The information will help inform decisions related to increased speed limits and will be considered in the final decision-making process. Ontarians can share their feedback by completing an online survey by November 23, 2019.


“Our government puts people first in every decision we make,” said Caroline Mulroney, Minister of Transportation. “That’s why we want to hear first-hand from those who rely on our roads about how we can safely modernize our highways to better fit the needs of the people.”




MTO will increase its safety messaging and enhance signage to ensure motorists are aware of where speed limits are changing.