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Line Painting

Town-owned urban and rural roads, bike lanes and pedestrian crosswalks are re-painted every spring. ("Town-owned roads" refers to all roads in Milton except Regional Roads.)

Rural roads: Centre line painting

Centre lines on rural roads are re-painted overnight by a Town contractor, weather permitting (no rain). Paint typically takes 2-3 minutes to dry, but during humid weather, it could take up to 60 minutes.

Drivers are asked to exercise caution when roads are being painted. Although paint trucks may be driving slower than the speed limit and it may be tempting to pass them, it will inevitably lead to road paint getting stuck to your vehicle - which is very difficult to remove.

The Town will make every effort to announce the schedule of rural road painting on a daily basis during line painting season, on the home page of this website and on Twitter and Facebook.

Road Paint

Should road paint get stuck to your vehicle, read the guidelines on How to Remove Road Paint from Your Vehicle, provided by Town's contractor.