Transit and Transportation

  • Winona Bike Lane Survey

    The City is proposing creating a neighbourhood cycling connection in the Oakwood community to provide safer cycling options to travel from Eglinton Avenue West to Davenport Road along Winona Drive. On March 22, we held a public meeting where the community provided their input. If you were unable to attend, you can still share your thoughts through the survey, until April 5.
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  • Dufferin Community Safety Zone

    At the Infrastructure and Environment Committee this week, we passed a recommendation put forward by the General Manager of Transportation Services to designate Dufferin Street between Bloor Street West and College Street a community safety zone. This is an important step as this designation is required for the installation of Automated Speed Enforcement Cameras which I we can agree are much needed in this area. This item was included as part of my December motion to improve safety for cyclists and pedestrians along Dufferin...
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  • Winona Bike Lane Consultations and Survey

    Winona Bike Lane Consultations and Survey – March 22 at 6:30The City is proposing creating a neighbourhood cycling connection in the Oakwood community to provide safer cycling options to travel from Eglinton to Davenport along Winona Drive. It is crucial for the local community to share their support, ideas and concerns, to ensure this project meets local needs. Consultation activities will be conducted online, by phone, and by mail. Visit the link above to register for the public meeting and to...
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  • Round Two of TO360 Local Wayfinding Consultation

    Round Two of the TO360 local map consultation will be live from February 5 to 26, 2021TO360 is the pedestrian wayfinding system central to the City's ambition to make Toronto a more walkable, welcoming, and understandable place for residents and visitors. TO360 provides consistent wayfinding information through a unified signage and mapping system delivered by the City and project partners. The City's Transportation Services has prepared some draft wayfinding maps for St. Clair West and Eglinton West and is looking for feedback from people in Ward 9 (Davenport) who are passionate about...
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  • Round Two of the TO360 local map consultation will be live from February 5 to 26, 2021

    TO360 is the pedestrian wayfinding system central to the City's ambition to make Toronto a more walkable, welcoming, and understandable place for residents and visitors. TO360 provides consistent wayfinding information through a unified signage and mapping system delivered by the City and project partners. The City's Transportation Services has prepared some draft wayfinding maps for St. Clair West and Eglinton West and is looking for feedback from people in Ward 9 (Davenport) who are passionate about their neighbourhood and want to make walking in their community better.  Go to www.to360survey.com to learn more about...
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  • Learn about the City's Snow Maintenance Programs

    Have questions about City snow services? Use this link above to access the City plow map, learn about snow removal, salt management and more.
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  • TTC 5-Year Fare Policy Engagement and Survey

    Customer and public engagement are central to the development of the TTC's Fare Policy. The TTC would like you to help shape their 5-year fare policy by completing this survey before February 18. You can read the full background on the TTC and York Regional Transit Authority's 5-Year Fare Policy Project here. More opportunities for public consultations in the coming months will include Focus Groups and Virtual Town Halls, which are currently being planned and scheduled for the first half of 2021.
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  • Permit Parking Expansion Project - Bloem Avenue and Day Avenue

    Bloem Avenue and Day Avenue (north of Rogers Road) have remained "street specific" where permit holders on each of these streets can only park on their respective streets.  Staff are planning on converting both Bloem and Day Avenue from "street specific" to allow permit holders on these streets to park on any other street in the permit parking catchment (such as Sellers Avenue north of Rogers Road) and vice versa. This provides more flexibility for permit holders in the immediate area. For more information on this...
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  • Cycling Toronto – How Bike Lanes are Built Event

    Today I attended a Cycle Toronto advocacy forum event on how bike lanes get built. It was great to connect with this community and to share the process and let them know how to get involved in cycling projects.
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  • New Automatic Speed Enforcement Camera Locations

    With Automatic Speed Enforcement Cameras (ASEs) rotating across the City, staff have selected the next sites, at Dufferin Street near Waterloo Avenue, and on Concord Avenue north of College Street. These locations are identified through data collected by City staff, and criteria set out under provincial legislation.You can learn more about ASEs here.
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