These studies have been completed, but not yet implemented. Please view each project for further information.
Roads and Trails
A study to look at state of good repair improvements to the Beltline Trail, including the section through Moore Park Ravine.
The City has studied options for reconstructing Chine Drive to address the deteriorated condition of the asphalt surface.
The study recommended to extend Ingram Drive easterly under the CN Rail line to connect with Raitherm Road, then continue easterly to connect with both Wingold Avenue and an extension of Ronald Avenue
The Study addresses congestion and traffic operations issues in downtown Toronto and develops a contextual framework to assess the numerous transportation initiatives currently underway.
The City studied various options for replacing the Dufferin Street bridges over the Gardiner Expressway and rail corridor. The resulting preferred solution is to replace the bridges along the existing alignment.
The City has created a streetscape plan for Dundas Street West between Bathurst Street and University Avenue.
Study to develop a Transportation Master Plan that will recommend the transportation infrastructure required to support this proposed development in Emery Village
Study of various alternative approaches to improving infrastructure to support planned developments in the Fort York and Railway Lands West Neighborhoods.
The project encompasses a two-kilometre extension of Front Street from Bathurst Street to Dufferin Street, and includes connections with the Gardiner Expressway near Exhibition Place, as an alternate route into downtown.
Study to reconfigure Front St. from Bay St. to York St. to accommodate growing pedestrian traffic and create a monumental civic pedestrian realm.
The study determined improvements to the Gardiner Expressway ramps at Kipling Avenue and Islington Avenue.
A study recommending the redesign of John Street into a narrower pedestrian focused destination.
A study recommending a new pedestrian/cycle bridge at the north end of Liberty Village spanning the rail corridor between the west end of Douro Street and the west end of Western Battery Road, with stairs and an elevator at each end.
The City of Toronto completed a Environmental Assessment to establish a preferred plan that would address the deterioration of the Kirkhams Road bridge over the Rouge River.
The City of Toronto has initiated an Environmental Assessment to study the feasibility of changing the design of Peel Avenue and Gladstone Avenue, and evaluate alternative methods to address this.
The purpose of this study is to develop and assess improvements to the transportation network to support development in the Milliken Employment District area.
Staff recommend constructing a sidewalk on the west side of Rosewell Avenue from Lawrence Avenue West to the existing sidewalk terminus just north of Glenview Avenue.
A completed to address existing traffic safety and operational concerns and long term mobility needs in the Scarlett Road, St. Clair Avenue and Dundas Street area.
This project uses both contra-flow bicycle lanes and sharrows to help create a continuous, 2-way cycling route along the length of Shaw Street.
The City of Toronto has studied the potential reconfiguration of the Six Points interchange, which is the area where Kipling Avenue, Dundas Street West, and Bloor Street West meet.
Study to determine if a more urban configuration is appropriate given the changing land uses in the neighbourhood and the requirements of the City of Toronto's new Official Plan.
The City of Toronto has initiated a Municipal Class Environmental Assessment (EA) to investigate the proposed widening of St. Clair Avenue West between Cobalt Avenue and Mondovi Gate.
Traffic conditions were investigated in the Avondale community along Yonge St. between Sheppard Avenue and Lord Seaton Road.
The City studied various options for reconfiguring the York-Bay-Yonge interchange on the Gardiner Expressway to improve the public realm and park space while maintaining adequate traffic capacity.
The existing conditions along York Ridge Road and Don Ridge Drive in North York were in a state of poor repair and required improvements to the roadway as well as the storm drainage system.
Replacement of the watermain on Yonge Street between Finch Avenue and Sheppard Avenue.
Reconstruction involves watermain, road, sidewalk and streetscape improvements for the Bay, Davenport and Yorkville area.
The City of Toronto is proposing to extend some peak-hour restrictions along Dundas Street, College/Carlton Streets, and Queen Street West to improve travel times.
A proposal to install bike bikeways on Soho Street, Phoebe Street and also Stephanie Street
The City is undertaking an in-depth analysis of possible procurement options for maintaining the Gardiner Expressway.