Toronto Bridge Guide
Learn about the condition of a City-owned bridge. Click on any bridge located on the map and find out its age, date of last inspection, inspection results and next inspection date. Information is updated annually after each cycle of inspections is completed and processed. A photo of the bridge or structure is also posted.
Understanding Bridge Inspections and Results
Like all infrastructure, bridges require ongoing maintenance. Routine inspections help the City ensure that its bridges are well maintained and repairs occur at the best time in the bridge's life cycle. In addition, each bridge undergoes a routine inspection every two years. Results from these inspections are added together and the bridge is given a rating out of 100.
Immediate action will be taken to address any safety concerns.
Planned Bridge Work
The City has plans to work on a number of bridges in the coming years. Learn about planned capital repairs by visiting T.O. INview .
The Ontario Ministry of Transportation performs routine inspections of their bridges, some of which are in Toronto. Details of their program can be found at www.mto.gov.on.ca/english/highway-bridges/ontario-bridges.shtml .