Transit and Transportation

  • Oakwood Cycling Connection

    Having safe, connected and convenient cycling routes in the city is important, but it is equally as important that we properly consult with the local communities. Due to COVID-19, we have been unable to adequately consult on this project to move forward for the 2020 year. There have been a number of concerns raised by the community that we need to address before construction. We will be reaching out to the community again about consultation soon.
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  • Automated Speed Enforcement cameras issue more than 22,000 tickets during first month of operation

    For the first time in Toronto’s history, the City’s 50 Automated Speed Enforcement cameras will be fully operational throughout the back-to-school season to protect the health and safety of children returning to school by curbing speeding and providing an opportunity to walk and cycle in a safe environment. On July 6, 2020, all 50 speed cameras began issuing tickets to vehicles travelling in excess of the posted speed limit. Between July 6 and August 5, one month following the start...
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  • Wallace Emerson Traffic Management Committee

    In 2019, I began discussions with residents in the Wallace Emerson community about traffic concernswhich had been expressed. In order to address these concerns, we created the Wallace Emerson Traffic Management Committee, which included local residents, Traffic Operations staff from the City and my office. Together, we looked at a wide range of options to make this community safer, including changing parking regulations, changing street directions and installing speed bumps. When we brought these ideas back to the community for...
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  • Dovercourt Road Reconstruction

    Work has begun on the reconstruction of Dovercourt Road, including the replacement of substandard watermains. This work is being completed in two phases, first from College Street to Dundas Street, then from Dundas Street to Queen Street. This work will be followed by road reconstruction including beautification and the installation of speed humps for traffic calming, as requested by the community during consultations last year. More information on this project can be found at
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  • Bike Share 2020 Expansion

    Bike Share has conducted their annual expansion, branching further north in our Ward and providing more stations in the highest use communities. In Ward 9, we have 9 new stations: • JJP Community Centre • Lisgar Park • Lisgar and Sudbury • Sheridan and Dundas • St. Helens and College • Bloor and Emerson • Wallace and Pauline • 160 Geary Ave • Davenport and Symington
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  • Bike Share – Free Ride Wednesdays in September

    Thanks to the new Bike Share Toronto – CAA South Central Ontario partnership, Bike Share Toronto riders will ride for free every Wednesday in the month of September. Riders can take out a bike for up to 30 minutes, return the bike to any station, and take out another bike for an additional free 30-minute ride.
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  • #BikeTOBloor

    It’s Bike Month! Ward 9 is celebrating 4.5km of new bike lanes across Bloor and we want you to join the fun! Take a photo of a purchase from a local Bloordale or Bloorcourt business, or of you enjoying the lanes, and share using #BikeTOBloor. Click image to learn how to participate!
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  • 23 Parking Spaces on St. Helens Avenue

    Residents have contacted our office requesting we review a loading zone on St. Helens Avenue. Following these requests, I issued a review of the street, to identify new spaces for residents to park. The result of this study was that by switching parking to the west side of the street, we could secure 23additional parking spaces.  
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  • Peel Gladstone Reconstruction

    After numerous public consultations, the final design for this reconstruction has been completed. This project will include pedestrian and cycling improvements, as well as numerous green street features. I want to thank everyone who participated in the consultations and helped to move this project forward. The work is scheduled to begin in 2021, and the City will be delivering construction notices in advance.
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  • Share Your Thoughts: Vehicle for Hire Bylaw Update

    The City is proposing to extend the maximum age of taxicabs, limousines and private transportation company vehicles and wants to hear from you. Share your feedback via this online survey from August 14, 2020 to September 2, 2020.
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