Transit and Transportation

  • New Automated Speed Enforcement Cameras

    New locations for City of Toronto's Automated Speed Enforcement devices in MayThe City of Toronto’s 50 Automated Speed Enforcement (ASE) devices will begin rotating to the third round of locations in May to reduce speeding at more areas with safety concerns, encourage a wide-ranging deterrent effect and raise public awareness about the need to slow down and obey posted speed limits. The two locations in Ward 9 are: Dufferin Street, near Waterloo Avenue Concord Avenue, north of College Street
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  • City's Snow Maintenance Programs

    Learn about the City's Snow Maintenance ProgramsHave questions about City snow services? Use the link above to access the City plow map, learn about snow removal, salt management and more.
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  • Automated Speed Enforcement Cameras

    Automated Speed Enforcement CamerasSpeeding is a top concern of residents across Ward 9. In December, the City of Toronto began installing Automated Speed Enforcement (ASE) cameras and signage on Toronto streets in an effort to increase road safety, reduce speeding and raise public awareness about the need to slow down and obey posted speed limits. The City is in the process of installing 50 cameras across Toronto (2 per Ward), with locations having been selected based on data that indicated...
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  • TTC Public Information Campaign and Consultation on Transit Review

    City of Toronto and TTC launch public information campaign and consultation on transit review A public information campaign and public consultation on the Realignment of Transit Responsibilities Review will launch today. Samples of the information campaign, to run on TTC vehicles and in subway stations, can be found at http://www.toronto.ca/transitreview. The first of four public meetings is scheduled for June 13 in Etobicoke. Meeting dates and locations can also be found at http://www.toronto.ca/transitreview. As directed by City Council, and as...
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  • City Accepting Submissions for New Crossing Guard Locations

    As a result of the recommendations from the Toronto Police Service Transformational Task Force, the School Crossing Guard Program is currently being transitioned from the Toronto Police Service to the City of Toronto, Transportation Services. The current School Crossing Guard Program ('Program') is administered by Toronto Police Service who will continue to run the Program until the City officially takes over on August 1, 2019.During this transition period, the City is working closely with Toronto Police Services to update the...
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  • City of Toronto reminds all road users to take extra care on roads in residential neighbourhoods

    The City of Toronto is reminding all road users – pedestrians, cyclists and drivers – to be more aware of each other, especially as we enter a season when daylight hours are greatly reduced. To help remind the public to slow down and to be aware, the City of Toronto has produced two new Please Slow Down lawn signs that remind road users to drive carefully as they travel in local neighbourhoods with older adults (orange sign) and school children...
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  • City of Toronto co-ordinating road closures, speeding up road work and improving infrastructure during busy 2017 construction season

    The City of Toronto will continue to accelerate construction projects and co-ordinate road closures as it performs significant construction work on the City's roads, sewers and watermains to improve Toronto's aging infrastructure.  The City is taking action to minimize traffic congestion during the construction season by extending hours for key projects, bundling projects, implementing signal-timing changes on parallel routes and enhancing signage at work locations. Work hours will be extended for 32 construction projects, including overnight work at nine locations...
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Toronto, ON M5H 2N2

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