Transit and Transportation

  • 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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  • Relaxed Parking Rules during the Holidays

    Mayor Tory and Interim Police Chief James Ramer have agreed to relax parking enforcement rules through the holidays, to help people with curbside pick-ups from local businesses.
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  • Expanding School Safety Zones

    Road safety is a top priority for my office, especially in areas where we have a high concentration of vulnerable pedestrians, such as around schools. In addition to the 17 schools which have already received school safety zone improvements, City staff have indicated new school safety zones will be added in 2021 at: Stella Maris Catholic Elementary School General Mercer Junior Public School St Clare Catholic Elementary School Dovercourt Junior Public School
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  • Safety Improvements on Dufferin

    At Council, I received unanimous support for my motion to improve safety on Dufferin Street. This motion directs the coordination and expediting of studies and traffic reviews along Dufferin, to assess current connectivity of cycling infrastructure and to identify a staffing strategy that will support these requests, without moving staff from other important projects across the city. Click to see Cycle Toronto's comments on the motion
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  • College Dundas Construction Update

    Over the last few weeks, I have been working with many of you to address traffic challenges and safety concerns in our community created by constructions closures. I am pleased to let you know that the TTC work at the College Street and Dundas Street West intersection has reached substantial completion. We hope that with these lanes opening up again, the situation will be significantly improved. If you still have concerns please let me know. While this construction brought challenges, there are also important...
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  • Temporary Parking Pick-Up Zones under the CurbTO

    In response to the City of Toronto entering the Grey – Lockdown category of the Province of Ontario’s COVID-19 response framework, the City has relaunched the application process for Temporary Parking Pick-Up Zones under the CurbTO program. Temporary Parking Pick-up Zones are intended to support quick food, medicine and merchandise pick-ups by allowing residents to park for free for up to 10 minutes in close proximity to a business offering curbside or delivery services. At this time, Curb Lane Pedestrian Zones to...
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  • Petition for Traffic Control Signal – Dufferin Street at Goodwood Avenue and Cloverlawn Avenue

    Residents in the Earlscourt and Northcliffe Village communities have contacted me with concerns about speeding on Dufferin Street near Cloverlawn Avenue and Goodwood Avenue. Many of our neighbours need to cross Dufferin Street daily, including children going to and returning from school. While I am taking action at the December 2020 Community Council meeting to begin this process, it is important to show the community support for this initiative. If you are supportive of installing a traffic signal on Dufferin...
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  • Traffic Enforcement Update

    Six full-time City of Toronto Traffic Agents will be recommended for designation as special constables at next Thursday’s Toronto Police Services Board meeting. Once approved and sworn in, these newly hired individuals will be designated as special constables and will be permitted to manage traffic at signalized intersections in Toronto. Under the Province’s Highway Traffic Act, only police officers are allowed to manage traffic at signalized intersections in Ontario. The Toronto Police Services Board, the City and the Toronto Police...
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  • Peel Gladstone Reconstruction Update

    After extensive community consultation, we are pleased to announce the final design for the Peel Gladstone Reconstruction, which will be taking place next year. The option selected was a hybrid option, which will feature: 2-way motor vehicle traffic on Peel Avenue and Gladstone Avenue (Queen Street West to Peel Avenue) a narrowing of the roadway widened sidewalks parking protected bike lanes on Gladstone Avenue to connect to the contra-flow bike lane between Peel Avenue and Argyle Street and sharrows on...
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Transportation Projects Map

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Toronto City Hall
100 Queen Street West, Suite C42
Toronto, ON M5H 2N2

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Phone: 416-392-7012

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1240 Bloor Street West
Toronto, ON M6H 1N5

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