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No right turn on red lights at 33rd St West and Avenue D North

Important Reminder re: traffic lights at intersection of 33rd St West and Avenue D North:
You cannot turn right on a red light when approaching 33rd St West from the north or the south on Avenue D. There are large signs up on both north and south sides of the intersection that are very visible. The lights will change to green to let you know when it is okay to turn right.
NOTE: Normally you can turn right on a red light after coming to a complete stop first.  However, this intersection is different and you cannot turn right on a red light.
PHOTO below: Note the “no right turn on red light” sign beneath the traffic light on the vertical pole.
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Traffic Meeting for Hudson Bay Park -proposed plan

If you are in  Hudson Bay Park, take a look at the proposed traffic plan here: http://shapingsaskatoon.ca/discussions/hudson-bay-park-neighbourhood-traffic-review-1

If you missed the recent meeting, the City will welcome comments until the end of November, and then the proposals will start moving through City Council for adoption.

Missed the Hudson Bay Park Traffic Review meeting on April 30th?

If you were unable to attend the Hudson Bay Park Traffic Review meeting on April 30th, or want to add a comment or concern that you were unable to address at the meeting, please contact Traffic Safety Engineer, Justine Nyen:

Justine Nyen, Traffic Safety Engineer
Transportation, Transportation & Utilities Dept.
Email: justine.nyen@saskatoon.ca
Ph: (306) 975-2454

The meeting minutes can be found here: http://shapingsaskatoon.ca/discussions/hudson-bay-park-neighbourhood-traffic-review/topics/traffic-issues-and-solutions-5

Public Meeting – Traffic Review for Hudson Bay Park

IF YOU LIVE IN THE HUDSON BAY PARK NEIGHBOURHOOD NORTH OF 31ST STREET, WEST OF AVE. H NORTH, EAST OF EDMONTON AVE – THIS NOTICE IS IMPORTANT TO YOU.

Hudson Bay Park Neighbourhood Traffic Review
Wednesday, April 30, 2014
7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Henry Kelsey School
16 Valens Drive

Residents of the Hudson Bay Park neighbourhood are invited to attend a public meeting to discuss traffic concerns in their area. The meeting will be hosted by the City of Saskatoon, Transportation Division.

A presentation will be made providing background information on the City’s Traffic Management Program, as well as previously identified traffic concerns in the Hudson Bay Park neighbourhood. The presentation will be followed by a small group workshop to identify solutions to current concerns and other traffic issues, and a question and answer session.

The Transportation Division will use the feedback received during the meeting to conduct appropriate traffic counts and studies and to develop an area-wide traffic plan for the Hudson Bay Park neighbourhood, which will be presented back to the neighbourhood in late 2014.