Transit and Transportation

  • City of Toronto continues May pothole blitzes

    The City of Toronto continued its pothole repair blitz on Saturday. This was the second of three scheduled repair blitzes in May to help keep roads safe and in a good state of repair. The final blitz this month is scheduled for May 23, weather permitting. Crews have been busy all spring repairing as many potholes as possible on Toronto's expressways, major roads, bike lanes and neighbourhood streets. Already this year, staff have fixed more than 93,000 potholes while making...
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  • Residential permit parking renewal

    The May 31 deadline for residential permit parking renewal applications has been extended until further notice. Toronto Police will continue to use discretion when enforcing permit parking areas. Learn more at toronto.ca/covid19 under Parking. Regular updates are being made to the COVID-19: Changes to City Services webpage.
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  • Public Meeting - Planning Application for 1405-1409A Bloor Street West and 229-231A Sterling Road

    Date: April 6, 2021 Time: 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM Join a Virtual Community Consultation Meeting hosted by City Planning Staff to learn more about the proposed development application, which will include presentations and a Question and Answer period providing local residents and stakeholders the opportunity to ask questions and provide feedback.
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  • Toronto Police announces changes to on-street parking enforcement

    Full Release Given the changing needs of our city, particularly for those who are self-isolating or working from at home, caring for others and trying to ensure the flow of goods and services, Toronto Police Service has adjusted parking enforcement. Parking enforcement has been suspended for the following offences: On-Street Permit Parking Areas On-Street Time Limit Offences such a 1, 2 and 3 Hour Parking North York Winter Maintenance Bylaw Expired Vehicle Validation License Plates Boulevard Parking School Zones with...
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  • Bloor Bike Lane Extension Public Meeting

    Bloor Bike Lane Extension Public Meeting Monday, January 274:00-8:00PMSt. Wenceslaus Church, 496 Gladstone Avenue After intensive consultation and research, the Bloor Bike Lane Pilot was approved by Toronto City Council from Shaw Street to Avenue Road in 2016. After its implementation, the City continued to monitor the route to evaluate its effectiveness. The result of this evaluation showed that Bloor Street became the second highest bike facility (5,220 daily users), there was improved safety for cyclists, pedestrians and motorists and...
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  • College Dundas Intersection Improvements

    The intersection of College Street and Dundas Street is a difficult and dangerous intersection for all commuters. In 2020, we are looking to implement a series of improvements, including a signalized intersection, safer cycling crossings, sidewalk bump-outs and the closure of St. Helen's at the College intersection.    We are interested in the community's thoughts for this project on a number of future works. If you were unable to make the meeting, you can complete this form to share your thoughts...
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  • Wallace Emerson Traffic Changes

    Date: Tuesday, October 29, 2019Time: 7:00 PMLocation: Wallace Emerson Community Centre, 1260 Dufferin St. In 2018, with the assistance of my office, the Wallace Emerson Traffic Management Committee was formed by residents in the area bounded by Dufferin Street, Dupont Street, Lansdowne Avenue and Bloor Street West. Over the last year, this Committee has been working very hard to put together a traffic management plan, which seeks to mitigate safety concerns in the neighbourhood as they relate to pedestrians, cyclists...
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  • Wallace Emerson Traffic Changes

    Date: Tuesday, October 29, 2019Time: 7:00 PMLocation: Wallace Emerson Community Centre, 1260 Dufferin St. In 2018, with the assistance of my office, the Wallace Emerson Traffic Management Committee was formed by residents in the area bounded by Dufferin Street, Dupont Street, Lansdowne Avenue and Bloor Street West. Over the last year, this Committee has been working very hard to put together a traffic management plan, which seeks to mitigate safety concerns in the neighbourhood as they relate to pedestrians, cyclists...
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  • St Clair Avenue West Transportation Master Plan

    The City of Toronto has completed a Transportation Master Plan to examine solutions to relieve traffic congestion, improve connections for pedestrians and cyclists and increase access to public transit. The plan has been placed on the public record for a 30-day review period ending on August 3, 2019. To review the plan and offer your thoughts, please visit www.toronto.ca/stclairwesttmp.
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  • Regal Road and Springmount Avenue Intersection Modifications Consultation

    With the City's pilot June 2018 pilot project regarding the Regal Road and Springmount Avenue intersection modifications now completed, the City is hosting a public drop-in event to share information about the project, show draft design options and answer any questions that you have.  The meeting will be taking place on Tuesday, May 7 at Toronto Public Library, Davenport Branch, 1246 Shaw Street from 6:00pm-8:00pm.
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