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Winnipeg Traffic Commission
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- Winnipeg (Man.). Winnipeg Traffic Commission
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102.5 cm of textual records
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The Winnipeg Traffic Commission (WTC) was founded in 1954, with the passing of By-Law No. 17252. In 1970, By-Law No. 17252 was replaced with By-Law No. 19782, which contained all amendments made from 1954 to 1970.
The WTC consisted of the City Signals Engineer, City Traffic Engineer, Chief of Police or his representative, a representative of the City Engineer's Department, at least three members of Council, and two or three citizen representatives. The Mayor was made an ex officio member in 1959, and the Fire Chief became a regular member in 1967.
The WTC was authorized to investigate and consider all matters related to the control and regulation of traffic, and make recommendations to Council; make and enforce temporary regulations to meet emergencies and special conditions; direct and co-ordinate all operations of the City related to the regulation and control of traffic; receive recommendations related to traffic; test traffic control devices under actual conditions; and prepare and publish reports on traffic matters and carry out educational activities.
City Clerk's Department.
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Forms part of Fonds 1. Series consists of minutes, correspondence, reports, by-laws and notes for the Winnipeg Traffic Commission (1954-1971). By-laws are certified true copies.
Series arranged according to original order.
Series consists of two sub-series:
Sub-Series 30: Minutes, (1954-1971).
Sub Series 31: Correspondence, (1957-1971).
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Related groups of records external to the unit being described: Other records relating to traffic and parking regulations can be found in the Advisory Traffic Commission series and the Parking Authority series of the City of Winnipeg (1874-1971) fonds.
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