Thank-you letter to the Mayor!

Posted on Leave a commentPosted in Caledon, Caledon Trail, Community Service, Transport Supportive Development

Afternoon Gentleman, Congratulations are in order as it has finally started. The prototype of the first identifiable road crossing; undoubtedly every citizen of the realm the uses the Caledon trail will be delighted. Combine this with the work of many dedicated volunteers, numerous garden groups and of course, the new sponsored benches, the already popular Caledon trail continues […]

A Day of Infamy!

Posted on Leave a commentPosted in Transport Supportive Development

A Day of Infamy! Nearly 80 years ago, FDR referenced these words highlighting the historic nature of the attack on Pearl harbour on December 7th, 1941. Citizens of Caledon should likewise mark this day in their Civic Calendar. Once again, Provincial Transport Authorities veto-ed Town Council recommendations regarding safety upgrades along Highway 10 – untruthfully […]

Community Safety Zones in Caledon!

Posted on Leave a commentPosted in Caledon, Community Service, Transport Supportive Development

All citizens of the realm inevitably become richer with the introduction of safety zones in their communities.] A recent article in the Caledon Enterprise highlighted the danger of reckless driving within Caledon. See the article linked below: Brampton truck driver charged in Hwy. 10 crash that killed Caledon woman Not only do our roads last longer, […]

Spring is Approaching, and with it Trail Season!

Posted on Leave a commentPosted in Caledon, Community Service, Transport Supportive Development

Spring is nearly here, and that means the Caledon trail systems will be in active use. Please visit the link below to read an opinion piece written by co-owner of Accurate (Peel) Appraisals, Thomas Bremner, covering the safety concerns our firm has been emphasizing for years! https://www.caledonenterprise.com/opinion-story/9860279-this-portion-of-caledon-trans-canada-trail-remains-hazardous-place-to-walk-or-ride/ Please feel free to contact our Inglewood office […]

Why Not Us?

Posted on Leave a commentPosted in Caledon, Liberty Village, Transport Supportive Development

Great Britain pledges $17 billion to become a Mini-Holland. As Toronto trudges along in becoming a truly world class city, Britain’s Boris Johnson has proudly announced $7.5 billion transport plan, specifically for bikes and buses. Great Britain’s major cities will de facto become replicas of a mini Holland where bike, bus and train transport seamlessly […]