Infrastructure is the facilities like roads, sewers and watermains that provide the foundation on which the City is built. Infrastructure is always being improved, replaced and expanded to keep up with the needs of Torontonians.
The City is currently studying the Algonquin Island Bridge. Attend a drop-in event to learn more about the two options being considered: major rehabilitation and replacement.
Thursday, May 1, 2014
7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. (Presentation at 7:30 p.m.)
Algonquin Island Clubhouse
18 Wyandot Avenue, Algonquin Island
The Dufferin Street Bridge was recently demolished. A temporary bridge has been opened. A new permanent bridge will be built in the next few years.
Study on the potential for physically separated bicycle lanes (known as "cycle tracks") between Bathurst Street and Sherbourne Street using Richmond and Adelaide. North-south cycling connections between the existing Beverly Street bicycle lanes and the waterfront, using Peter and/or Simcoe Street, are also being studied. Learn more..
The City is studying various route options and potential community access points for a multi-use trail in the East Don corridor. Members of the public are welcome to attend Community Liaison Committee meetings as observers.
The City and TTC are replacing streetcar tracks on Kingston Road as part of TTC's commitment to infrastructure renewal and maintenance. Two Construction Liaison Committees have meet to provide interested community members with an opportunity to discuss issues and impacts relating to construction with City of Toronto and TTC staff.
Learn more about current and upcoming construction projects.
Learn more about infrastructure being planned across the City.
Public AdvisoryGroups advise the City on various issues related to facilities and infrastructure projects.