Construction Project

Downtown Construction Projects

The City of Toronto and the Toronto Transit Commission are completing various construction projects throughout downtown Toronto this spring, summer and fall. These projects are part of the Council -approved 2016 Capital Works Program to renew our aging infrastructure.

Downtown projects are listed below chronologically by start date.

  

Construction Project Details

ExpandF.G. Gardiner Expressway Interim Repair

1. F.G. Gardiner Expressway Interim Repair

Planned start date: January 2016

Planned End Date: October 2016

Location: Jarvis to Don Roadway 

Description of Work: Crews will remove deteriorated concrete from the parapet wall, deck overhang, deck soffit and substructure and complete concrete patch repairs of the parapet wall.

Traffic Restrictions: Lanes will be reduced to one lane traffic on Lakeshore Blvd. E. through work zones to ensure safe operations for workers.

ExpandPhase 1 Gerrard Street East Watermain & Road Reconstruction, BIA streetscaping, Cycling Improvements

3.  Phase 1 Gerrard Street East Watermain & Road Reconstruction, BIA streetscaping, Cycling Improvements

Planned start date: April 18, 2016

Planned End Date: September 9 2016

Location:  Yonge St. to Sherbourne St.

Description of Work: Crews will remove the old Gerrard watermain and install a new watermain and watermain connections to affected properties. When watermain work is complete, crews will reconstruct the road, complete sidewalk and curb repairs, install new streetscaping and improved cycling infrastructure.

Traffic Restrictions: One lane of traffic in each direction will be maintained through the work zones.  

Construction Notice 
Construction Update #1 
Construction Update #2  
Construction Update #3
Construction Update #4
Construction Update #5

ExpandBayview Avenue Road Resurfacing

Bayview Avenue Road Resurfacing 

Planned start date: May 2, 2016

Planned End Date: May 25 2016

Location:Bayview Rd  (Queen St E to River St)

This project is complete

ExpandElm Street Watermain Replacement

Elm Street Watermain Replacement

Planned start date: May 2016

Planned End Date: August 2016

Location: University Ave. to Elizabeth St.

Description of Work:
Crews will replace the old Elm Street watermain and connect to watermains on University Avenue and to valves at the Hospital for Sick Children and Elizabeth Street.

Traffic Restrictions: 
There will be one lane of traffic in each direction on Elm Street through the work zone. Access to the hospitals will be maintained. 

Pre Construction Notice 
Construction Notice

ExpandPhase 1 Queen Street West Watermain Replacement

Phase 1 Queen Street West Watermain Replacement

Planned start date: May 2016

Planned End Date: October 2016

NEW END DATE: December 9,2016

Contract: 16ECS-TI-19SP

Location: Bathurst St. to Spadina Ave.

Description of Work: Crews will remove the old Queen Street West watermain and install a new watermain and watermain connections to affected properties. Work will shift from the north side of Queen to the South side of Queen. 

Traffic Restrictions: Traffic will be reduced to one lane in each direction. The 501/301 Queen Street Car is on diversion. 

Pre Construction Notice
Construction Notice
Construction Update #1
Construction Update #2
Construction Update #3
Construction Update #4


Update #4 December 2016

This notice provides an update on construction activities taking place on Queen Street West fromBathurst Street to Spadina Avenue. The work includes watermain replacement, road construction and road resurfacing work.

Work on this project is currently behind schedule, this delay was caused by the time needed for thewatermain to pass several necessary water quality tests.We know this project has an impact to all businesses and residents along this stretch of Queen Street West. We sympathize and appreciate your patience with the dust, noise, fencing and other inconveniences.

WORK UPDATE NORTH and SOUTH SIDE

The contractor has completed:

  • New watermain installation on both sides of the street
  • installing individual water services street connections on both sides of the street
  • repairing the utility cuts and road resurfacing on the north side
  • Road base and partial asphalt paving on south side

REMAINING WORK

  • Complete road asphalt work on south side
  • Pavement markings
  • Remove fencing and re-open the lanes on Queen Street West 

WHAT TO EXPECT DURING CONSTRUCTION

Work Hours:
The contractor is able to have crews on site from 7:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m., Monday to Friday, with work after hours and on weekends as required.  

Majority of the work is taking place from 7:00 a.m. to 7: 00 p.m.

Traffic Advisory:

Traffic on Queen Street West will be reduced to one lane in each direction.

Pedestrian Information: 

To keep pedestrians and workers safe, fencing is used between the sidewalk edge and roadway to ensure the watermain by-pass does not interfere with pedestrian activities. Crossing Queen Street must be done at openings in the fencing. 

Cyclist Information: 

Due to the nature of the work on Queen Street West, there is not enough road width to complete construction and keep the curb lanes open for cycling. To avoid cycling on the streetcar tracks,cyclists are encouraged to adjust their routes, or use Adelaide Street West or Richmond Street West to avoid this construction work zone.

Road and Sidewalk Access:

In order to complete the work in a safe manner, there will be road and sidewalk restrictions within the construction work area.  Access for emergency vehicles will be maintained at all times.

Accommodation:
Residents that require accommodation must contact the Project Manager to arrange for access during the construction period.

Parking:

Parking in the active work zone is not permitted due to space requirements for construction equipment and materials. If your parked vehicle affects the construction work, it will be re-located with no charge to the owner.  Please contact parking control for the location of your vehicle at 416-808-2222

TTC Service Changes:  

The 501 / 301 Queen Streetcar is diverting around the work with shuttle buses running through the work zone. Further details will be provided  in the Construction Notice and at www.ttc.ca

Garbage & Recycling:
Please follow your normal routine. If required, the contractor will move bins to an appropriate location and return them.  
Please ensure that you label your bins with your address.

Restoration:
The construction work area will be restored with sod and/or asphalt where required. Interlocking bricks, flagstone on a granular base, or other similar features that are removed during construction will be replaced. 

Why Did Water testing take so long?

The City's first priority is to ensure that all of pipes and the water flowing through the pipes meet the Ministry of Environment and Climate Change (MOECC) drinking water quality standards. Before a new watermain can be put into service, the City tests the water at an accredited lab to ensure it is safe to drink.

This involves taking two samples, 24 hours apart, and having them tested to ensure they meet stringent drinking water quality standards -- these standards are set by MOECC. If a test result fails to meet the standard, crews work as quickly as possible to rectify the situation and the action taken depends on the situation.

There are a number of reasons why water quality samples taken from new pipes can fail and this can include contamination during sampling or insufficient disinfection of the pipe.  Once corrective action has been taken, the City will return to take more samples for testing.  When two consecutive samples are found to meet the MOECC's drinking water quality standards, the watermain can be put into service. We apologize, but the water quality testing process can take time.  

ExpandPhase 2 Gerrard Street East Watermain & Road Reconstruction

Phase 2 Gerrard Street East Watermain & Road Reconstruction

Planned start date: Mid-July, 2016

Planned End Date: October 31  2016

Location:  Gerrard St E (University Avenue to Elizabeth St.)

Description of Work: Crews will remove the old Gerrard watermain and install a new watermain and watermain connections to affected properties.

Traffic Restrictions: One lane of traffic in each direction will be maintained through the work zones and access to hospitals will be maintained.

ExpandMutual Street Combined Sewer Replacement & Road Resurfacing

Mutual Street Combined Sewer Replacement & Road Resurfacing

Planned start date: August 15, 2016

Planned End Date: June 4, 2017

Location: Mutual St (Queen Street East to Dundas Street East)

Description of Work: This project will involve replacing the combined sewer and any substandard sewer laterals and water service connections. Crews will upgrade catch basins and maintenance holes. The sewer work will stretch from Queen Street East to Shuter Street. 

Traffic Restrictions: One lane will be maintained.

Pre-Construction Notice
Construction Notice
Construction Update #1

Update #1 September 2016

Earlier this summer, the City of Toronto sent out a construction notice outlining the planned combined sewer replacement and Road Resurfacing from Queen Street East to Dundas Street East.

Since the notice was sent, the plans for the work have changed, the City will no longer be resurfacing the road north of Shuter Street; all work will occur between Queen Street East and Shuter Street only (see map below). The contractor will restore the trench area that is created for the combined sewer replacement. The City will resurface Mutual Street between Shuter and Dundas at a later date. Please see update #1 for work area map. 

Expand Richmond Street East and West Watermain & TTC Track Replacement Road Resurfacing

16. Richmond Street East and West Watermain &  TTC Track Replacement Road Resurfacing

Planned start date: July 4, 2016

Planned End Date: November 30, 2016

Location: Richmond St East and West . (Church Street to York Street)

Description of Work: Crews will replace sections of the watermain (Yonge Street to Bay Street) and complete connections to other watermains. They will also reconstruct the TTC track allowance from Victoria Street to York Street. Lastly, they will resurface the road, and complete partial reconstruction of curb and sidewalk, including streetscape work, from Church Street to York Street.

Traffic Restrictions: Work will be staged throughout the project length, traffic on Richmond Street will be limited to one lane through work areas. 

Pre Construction Notice 
Construction Notice
Construction Update #1
Construction Update #2
Construction Update #3
Construction Update #4
Construction Update #5
Notice of Permitted Local Access for Thursday October 27 at 6 am to Monday October 31 at 7am
Construction Update #6


 

UPDATE: November 2016

Construction Update #7

Paving Operations update as part of the Watermain Replacement,
resurfacing and TTC track work on Richmond Street
(from Church Street to York Street)


Contract: 16ECS-TI-08SP

Phase 1 Start Date:  July 4, 2016

Phase 2 Original Start Date:  August 8, 2016

Phase 2 Revised Start Date:  September 19, 2016

Expected Project End Date:  November 30, 2016

 

Thank you for your patience as work on Richmond Street continues to completion. In an earlier update we indicated that surface paving work would take place between November 19 and 21. With weather and temperatures shifting, the contractor will complete the work on November 18. In order to do this, work will start at 4:00 a.m. and continue to 6 p.m. We will work to avoid intersections during peak times.

Please find below, a summary of the remaining work and schedule.

Construction Dates

Work Taking Place / Location

November 18 
4:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.

Surface asphalt paving in the north curb lane, pavers will travel
through the intersections of Yonge Street and Bay Street
before 7:00 a.m.

November 18 
11:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.

Surface asphalt paving in the south curb lane, pavers will travel
through the intersections of Yonge Street and Bay Street
before 3:30 p.m.

November 19 to 25

Pavement line marking & Tree planting

November 25 to 30

General site clean-up

Work Area Map 

Construction Details 

Traffic Management:
Due to the nature of the remaining work, one lane of traffic on Richmond Street will be maintained, when the contractor can restore additional lanes they will be restored. The available lane of traffic will move according to work locations as outlined in the map above. 

Cycling Information:
The Richmond cycle track cannot be maintained during construction, but signs and sharrow markings have been installed to indicate that cyclists can use the full width of the lane (single-file with motorists) or choose an alternate street. Cyclists should use caution when traffic is directed to the centre lanes.

Work Hours
Other than the extended hours of the paving operations starting at 4:00 a.m. The remaining work will take place between 7:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m.  

Road and Sidewalk Access:
In order to complete the work in a safe manner, there will be road and sidewalk restrictions within the construction work area. Access to businesses will be maintained.

Driveway Access:
The contractor will notify you of any temporary restrictions to your driveway access. If your property has two entrances, one entrance will be kept open at all times. Access for emergency vehicles will be maintained at all times.

Laneways:
Laneways and driveways that serve businesses in the area will remain accessible for deliveries or service.

TTC Service:
The five Downtown Express Bus routes that operate westbound on Richmond Street will be diverted to operate on Queen Street instead of Richmond Street during this construction project. For TTC route information visit ttc.ca

  • 141 Downtown/Mt Pleasant Express
  • 142 Downtown/Avenue Road Express
  • 143 Downtown/Beach Express
  • 144 Downtown/Don Valley Express
  • 145 Downtown/Humber Bay Express

Richmond Street is essential to TTC’s streetcar track network and is used as a diversionary route when service adjustments are required.

 Construction Update #6

Watermain Upgrades,Streetscaping Road and Streetcar Track Reconstruction
on Richmond Street from Church Street to York Street

Contract: 16ECS-TI-08SP

Phase 1 Start Date:  July 4, 2016

Phase 2 Original Start Date:  August 8, 2016

Phase 2 Revised Start Date:  September 19, 2016

Expected Project End Date:  November 30, 2016

Thank you for your patience during the recent intersection closures at both Richmond Street at Yonge and Bay Streets.Work will continue between Church and York streets until November 30. Please find below, a summary of the remaining work. 


Upcoming Construction along Richmond Street dates & locations 

Construction Dates

Work Taking Place / Location

 November 1 to 5

 

South side sidewalk reconstruction from Bay St. to Yonge St.

November 3 to 12

 

Road reconstruction (between TTC track and sidewalk)
from York St. to Yonge St.

November 1 to 3

TTC track work from Yonge St.  to Church St.

November 2 to 8

North side sidewalk reconstruction from
Victoria St. to Church St.

November 9 to 15

South side sidewalk reconstruction from Victoria St. to Church St.

November 12 to 18

Roadway asphalt grinding and base repair from
Yonge St. to Church St.

November 19 to 21

Surface asphalt paving from York St. to Church St.

November 19 to 25

Tree planting

November 25 to 30

General site clean-up

 



Richmond St Construction  Map 



Construction Details 

Traffic Management:

Due to the nature of the remaining work, one lane of traffic on Richmond Street will be maintained, when the contractor can restore additional lanes they will be restored. The available lane of traffic will move according to work locations as outlined in the map above.

Please note that Sheppard Avenue will be fully closed at Richmond Street between 10:00 a.m. on Friday, November 4 and 7:00 a.m. on Monday, November 7, 2016.

Cycling Information:

The Richmond cycle track cannot be maintained during construction, but signs and sharrow markings have been installed to indicate that cyclists can use the full width of the lane (single-file with motorists) or choose an alternate street. Cyclists should use caution when traffic is directed to the centre lanes.

Work Hours:

The remaining work will take place between 7:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m.

Road and Sidewalk Access:

In order to complete the work in a safe manner, there will be road and sidewalk restrictions within the construction work area. Access to businesses will be maintained.

Driveway Access:
The contractor will notify you of any temporary restrictions to your driveway access. If your property has two entrances, one entrance will be kept open at all times. Access for emergency vehicles will be maintained at all times.


Laneways:
Laneways and driveways that serve businesses in the area will remain accessible for deliveries or service.


TTC Service:

The five Downtown Express Bus routes that operate westbound on Richmond Street will be diverted to operate on Queen Street instead of Richmond Street during this construction project. For TTC route information visit ttc.ca
• 141 Downtown/Mt Pleasant Express
• 142 Downtown/Avenue Road Express
• 143 Downtown/Beach Express
• 144 Downtown/Don Valley Express
• 145 Downtown/Humber Bay Express

Richmond Street is essential to TTC’s streetcar track network and is used as a diversionary route when service adjustments are required.

 

ExpandShuter Street Watermain Replacement & Road Resurfacing

Shuter Street Watermain Replacement & Road Resurfacing

Planned start date:  August 2, 2016

Planned End Date: October 31, 2016

Location: Shuter St (Yonge St. to Sherbourne St)
Description of Work: Replacing the watermain from Yonge Street to Sherbourne Street and Road Resurfacing from Yonge Street to Church Street.

Traffic Restrictions: One lane of traffic in each direction shall be maintained at all times.
Pre-Construction Notice
Construction Notice
Update #1
Update #2
Update #3

December Updates 

Construction  Update 

Contract #: 16ECS-TI-18SP

Expected Start Date:  August 8, 2016

Expected End Date:  October 28, 2016

New End Date: December 30, 2016

The City of Toronto is replacing the 140-year-old watermain and completing road and sidewalk repairs on Shuter Street from Younge Street to Sherbourne Street. Work is progressing.

Shuter Street Update  

  • Work from Yonge to Church is  complete.
  • Work from Church to Sherbourne is currently ongoing.

 

WORK DETAILS  Church Street to Sherbourne Street

  • Filler installations
  • Testing of the fillers
  • Water service transfers

 

Traffic Management:
Efforts have been made to manage traffic in the area for the safety of workers, road users and residents.
Road users should expect delays and increased traffic on nearby main and side streets. 
Two way traffic is to be maintained during this time.

 

 

Pedestrians: 
On Shuter Street between Church street and Sherbourne Street are advised to cross at corners, and may not
be access to the road between corners due to paving and traffic operations. Regular pedestrian activities will 
resume west of Church Street.

 

Cyclists:
If traveling on Shuter Street, please share the traffic lane in the active work zones.

What to expect during construction

  • The community will experience dust, noise and traffic delays.
  • The City will make efforts to reduce impacts. Your patience is appreciated. 

Work Hours:
Work will take place from Monday to Friday, 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m., with work after hours/overnight and on Weekends as required. 

 

Accessible Accommodation:
Residents / businesses that require accommodation (level entry, wheel trans entry etc.) must contact the
Project Manager
to arrange for access during the construction period.

 

November Updates

 

Contract #: 16ECS-TI-18SP
Expected Start Date:  August 8, 2016
Expected End Date:  October 28, 2016
New End Date: December 30, 2016 

The City of Toronto's work replacing the 140-year-old watermain and the City-owned portion of substandard water services on Shuter Street from Yonge Street to Sherbourne Street continues.  This Construction Update provides you with new information about work delivery and the project status.

Please be advised that better than anticipated progress was made last week with respect to the watermain installation work at the intersection of Shuter St. and Bond St. As a result of this, the Contractor has requested to extend their work area from Victoria Street to Bond Street.

This work will begin on Tuesday November 15th at 7:00 am.

The estimated duration of this work is 5 days. During the work, one-way traffic will be maintained westbound, and two-way traffic will be provided at the end of each day.


Map of Work Area 

 

Work Details 

  • Complete Milling
  • Concrete base repairs
  • Placing asphalt base
  • Top asphalt will be installed at a later date, from Victoria to Church, once all watermain work has been completed.
  • An additional update will be provided before this work begins.

Work Hours

This project will use periods of extended hours and overnight work. The contractor will complete most work Monday to Saturday, 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. with work after hours/overnight and on Sundays as required.Extended work hours help to minimize traffic disruption, congestion and to shorten the project duration. 


Traffic Management

Efforts have been made to manage traffic in the area for the safety of workers, road users, and residents. 
Road users should expect delays and increased traffic on nearby main and side streets
During the work, one-way traffic will be maintained westbound, and two-way traffic will be provided at the end of each day 

Water Service Disruptions

From time-to-time, the water supply to your property will be shut-off to complete construction; the contractor will provide at least 24-hour advance notice. Throughout the work, it is recommended that you temporarily disconnect any water treatment systems (i.e. softeners or filters), water-cooled air conditioners or similar plumbing fixtures. Automatic lawn sprinkler systems may also be affected, therefore, you may need to water manually. In the event you did not received advanced notice, an emergency water shut off could have been necessary. 

Road and Sidewalk Access

In order to complete the work in a safe manner, there will be road and sidewalk restrictions within the construction zone. Access for emergency vehicles will be maintained at all times .  

Driveway Access

The contractor will notify you of any temporary restrictions to your driveway access. If your property has two entrances, one entrance will be kept open at all times. 

Parking 

Parking in the active work zone is not permitted due to space requirements for construction equipment and materials. If your parked vehicle affects the construction work, it will be relocated with no charge to the owner. If your vehicle is moved, please contact parking control for its location at 416-808-2222

Cyclists

 If traveling on Shuter Street, please share the traffic lane in the active work zones. 

Garbage & Recycling

Please follow your normal routine. If required, the contractor will move bins to an appropriate location and return them. 
Please ensure that you label your bins with your address

ExpandBloor Street Cycle Track

Bloor Street Cycle Track

Planned start date: August 8, 2016

Planned End Date: August 26, 2016

Location: Bloor St  (Shaw St to Avenue Rd)

This project is complete

ExpandYork Street Grind and Pave

York Street Grind and Pave

Planned start date: TBC

Planned End Date: TBC

Location: York St ( Wellington to Bremmner)

Description of Work: Crews will remove the old asphalt on York Street and lay new asphalt.

Traffic Restrictions: Traffic will be limited to one lane in each direction.

ExpandWellington Street West Grind & Pave

Wellington Street West Grind & Pave

Planned start date: TBC

Planned End Date: TBC

Location: Wellington St ( University to York St )

Description of Work: Crews will remove the old asphalt on Wellington Street and lay new asphalt.

Traffic Restrictions: Traffic will be limited to one lane in each direction.

ExpandRiver Street Watermain Replacement & Road Resurfacing

River Street Watermain Replacement & Road Resurfacing

Planned start date: July 2016

Planned End Date: November 2016

Location: River St (Queen Street East to Bayview Avenue)

Description of Work: Upgrading and replacing a watermain dating back to the 1850's. Installing new watermain connects and replacing substandard water service connections. Crews will reconstruct the road from Queen St to North of Gerrard and resurface the road from north of Gerrard to Bayview Avenue.  This work will also result in the removal of the right-turn channel at the SE corner of Dundas Street East and River Street complete corner improvements and upgrade some traffic signals. A dedicated bike lane between on street parking and curb will also be completed and the construction of parking islands on East side of River Street and centre median planters from N of Gerrard to Bayview (TBC).

Traffic Restrictions: Traffic will be limited to one lane in each direction through the work areas. 

Construction Notice

ExpandPhase 1 York St /Bay St /Yonge St Off Ramp Demolition & New Ramp Preparation

Phase 1  York St /Bay St /Yonge St  Off Ramp Demolition & New Ramp Preparation 

Planned Start Date: Mid July 2016

Planned End Date: December 2016

Location: Gardiner & Harbour from Lower Simcoe to York St

Description Of Work: This project involves demolishing the existing York-Bay-Yonge off-ramp from the eastbound F.G. Gardiner Expressway and building a new, shorter and wider off-ramp that ends at Lower Simcoe Street.  The new off-ramp will feed into a wider Harbour Street, with improvements to the streetscaping. The Work occur in two phases, with a winter shut-down between.

Phase 1 mid-July 2016 to end of 2016: Involves constructing part of the foundations and substructure of the new ramp.  Work will take place under the existing ramp with no long-term closures of the Gardiner Expressway or Lake Shore Blvd.  Temporary lane closures during off-peak hours on eastbound Lake Shore Blvd will be required.

Phase 2 mid-April 2017 to end of 2017: Involves completing the foundations and substructure of the new ramp, demolishing the existing York-Bay-Yonge ramp and widening Harbour Street.  During the phase 2 the Gardiner Expressway around the York-Bay-Yonge ramp and Harbour Street will be reduced to two lanes of traffic. 

ExpandPhase 1 Mill Street Watermain, Road and Streetscaping

Phase 1   Mill Street Watermain, Road and Streetscaping 

Planned Start Date: September  2016

Planned End Date: June 30 2017

Location: Mill St ( Parliament St to Cherry St)

Description Of Work:

Phase 1 (Sept 6 - Oct 31,2016)

  • Upgrading existing 150mm to a 300mm watermain.
  • New watermain will connect to the existing watermains on Parliament Street, Trinity Street and the watermain at the end of Mill Street that is connected to the watermain on Cherry Street.
  • Replacing substandard water services.
  • Road reconstruction from Parliament Street to approximately 30m east of Trinity Street and road resurfacing from  30m east of Trinity Street to Cherry Street


Phase 1 Update September 2016

  • In order to accommodate the work, traffic on Mill Street will travel one way westbound for the duration of this project.
  • Drivers can expect delays
  • Eastbound drivers can Front Street and Lake Shore Blvd. E. as alternatives. 
  • Laneways and driveways that serve businesses will remain accessible for deliveries or service.
  • There will be no parking or standing in the active work zones.
  • Pedestrian access to businesses and walkways will be maintained during construction.
  • TTC service will remain however some delays may be expected due to lane restrictions.

Phase 2 Spring 2017

Will involve streetscaping work

  • Sidewalk widening on the north side of Mill Street from Parliament Street to Trinity Street
  • Several curb bumpouts to delineate parking and update curb radii to improve traffic flow and apply tactile domes for crossings (curb radii changes at the northeast corner of the Mill/Parliament intersection as well as all four corners of the Mill/Trinity intersection)
  • Improving curb symmetry and tree planting
  • Unit paver surface upgrades in some boulevard sections and at the Mill/Trinity intersection

 

 

ExpandBayview Ave Resurfacing & Multi-Use Trail

Bayview Ave Resurfacing & Multi-Use Trail 

Planned Start Date: July 2016

Planned End Date: November 2016

Location: Bayview Ave ( River St to N Moore Ave)

Description of Work:

Building a Multi-Use Trail from Rosedale Valley Road to Pottery Road. – will require the removal of shoulder and construction of guiderail along entire stretch.  Will result in narrower lanes on Bayview Avenue.

Reconstruction of Bayview and Rosedale Valley Road intersection to facilitate a left turn movement from northbound Bayview to westbound Rosedale Valley Road. Also removal of westbound to southbound channel.

Replacement of deficient sidewalks and centre medians from Pottery Road to Moore Avenue

Resurfacing of Moore Avenue from Bayview to Pottery Road.

Construction Impact

Traffic Information