Transit and Transportation

  • 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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  • TTC RapidTO

    The TTC is working to move people more efficiently on transit by improving reliability, speed and capacity on some of the busiest surface transit routes, through the implementation of priority bus-only lanes. They want your input on these service concepts, starting with online surveys for the Eglinton Avenue East and Jane Street lanes. The survey is will be live until September 30, 2020.
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  • Dufferin Priority Bus Route

    Late last year, the TTC recommended that consideration be given to implementing bus priority corridors along five major routes where volumes and ridership is high. One of these routes was Dufferin Street from the Dufferin Gates at Exhibition Place up to Wilson Avenue. While there was no original timeline on the introduction of the lanes, following the Covid-19 public health emergency and the increasing demands on high volume corridors like Dufferin Street as people returned to work, the TTC requested...
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  • Automated Speed Enforcement Cameras

    Speed limits are not a suggestion, they are the law, and it is far too common to see drivers risk their lives and the lives of others by speeding on our streets. To help change this culture, the City has received provincial approval to use Automated Speed Enforcement Cameras in community safety zones near schools. The City has been utilizing 50 cameras across the City (two per Ward), choosing locations based on traffic and speeding data. During their first two...
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  • Bloor West Bikeway Expansion

    The expansion of the Bloor West Bikeway is an important cycling route, connecting people from Runnymede Road into the heart of the city. While this project was originally scheduled for 2022, I worked with the City's cycling staff and my Councillor colleagues along the route to expedite the construction. This project is nearing completion and creates a safe, connected and separated bikeway. I want to thank the community and local businesses for their input through the extensive consultation processes to...
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  • Dufferin Sidewalk Widening (North of Davenport)

    There are a few updates regarding the widening of the sidewalk on the east side of Dufferin north of Davenport. The retaining wall is being replaced as part of Etobicoke's "Minor Bridge Repairs" contract and the face of the new engineered wall will be set back approximately 15" from the back of the sidewalk. This new gap between the wall and sidewalk will be filled with asphalt, increasing the sidewalk clearance by about 15 inches.
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  • Bloor West Bikeway Extension

    The Bloor West bikeway extension is an important cycling project through the heart of our Ward. It will connect cyclists from Runnymede Road to the existing bike lanes at Shaw Street, connecting to the larger cycling network. Construction on this project is planned to begin on August 4, with a phased installation over the course of three weeks. Information on the project and contact details for the Bloor West bikeway team can be found here.
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  • Local Transportation Items

    Every community council meeting there are a large number of transportation related items. I moved that Toronto and East York Community Council adopt the following parking Amendments on Parkman Ave and St Helens Ave, speed humps on Laughton Ave, an accessible loading zone on Concord Ave; and all of these community initiated changes were adopted.
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  • Automated Speed Enforcement Cameras

    Speed limits are not a suggestion, they are the law, and it is far too common to see drivers risk their lives and the lives of others by speeding on our streets. To help change this culture, the City has received provincial approval to use of Automated Speed Enforcement Cameras in community safety zones near schools. The City has been utilizing 50 cameras across the City (two per Ward), choosing locations based on traffic and speeding data. This is an...
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