These studies are related to changes in the City's road and trails network, including new streets, steetscaping, bike lanes and multi-use off-road trails.
Studying options to repair or replace the bridge between Algonquin Island and Ward's Island.
The City of Toronto is planning improvements to the Bloor Street East streetscape from St. Paul's Square to Parliament Street.
Toronto's streets are busy places. They provide for the movement of people and goods and are public places for socializing, art, and celebration. The city is now creating a handbook to ensure all users and uses are kept in mind when streets are designed.
“Downsview Area Major Roads” Municipal Class Environmental Assessment Notice of Study Commencement
Studying the preferred multi-use trail route in the East Don Corridor between the north end of Charles Sauriol Conservation Area, the Lower Don Trail System, and Gatineau Corridor Trail.
The City is planning a new road in the Emery Village neighbourhood to connect Toryork Drive with Finch Avenue West.
Humber Bay Shores Park & Trail Improvements, Stanley Ave. Contra-flow Bicycle Lane & Waterfront Trail Connection on Lake Shore Blvd. W.
Study of various options for addressing traffic concerns on Port Union Road between Lawrence Avenue East and Kingston Road.
Determining the preferred option and design details for a pedestrian and cycle route/bridge between Stanley Park to the north and over the railway corridor west of Fort York grounds to the south.
Glen Road Pedestrian Bridge Environmental Assessment Study
A study of transportation projects, initiatives and policies to support area development and all road users.
The City is improving the streetscape along John Street.
Toronto Water and Transportation Divisions have partnered to study the how stormwater and road conditions can be improved.
A new bridge extending over the CN / Metrolinx rail corridor on the north edge of Liberty Village. From Duoro Street at King Street to the western leg of Western Battery Road.
The City is planning to construct a two-way cycle track along Lake Shore Drive West to connect the Waterfront Trail and provide a safe route for cyclists.
Studying the possibility a new east-west street along the south end of the Liberty neighbourhood between Dufferin St.and Strachan Ave. This is a Municipal Class Environmental Assessment.
A number of improvements are planned for the existing trail, its access, crossing points and to provide active transportation and recreation opportunities. The Lower Don Trail runs from Pottery Road south to Corktown Commons.
A study of options for a new street between Rean Drive and Kenaston Gardens located within the area south of Sheppard Avenue and east of Bayview Avenue.
As part of the ongoing traffic network improvements in North York Centre, the City of Toronto is reviewing options for completion of the North York Centre Service Road south of Sheppard Avenue.
The Park Lawn Lake Shore Transportation Master Plan is studying solutions to improve transportation options.
The City of Toronto is studying options to improve traffic operations and road conditions on Passmore Avenue between approximately State Crown Boulevard (east of Middlefield Road) and Markham Road.
The City of Toronto, in partnership with the Ministry of Transportation, is studying potential improvements to the interchange between Yonge Street and Highway 401.
The City of Toronto will evaluate opportunities to improve the streetscape and public realm for all users (pedestrians, cyclists, transit and vehicles) along Yonge Street from Sheppard Avenue to the Finch Hydro Corridor.
Study on the potential for physically separated bicycle lanes (known as "cycle tracks") between Bathurst St. and Sherbourne Stt using Richmond and Adelaide. A north-south cycling connection on Peter and Simcoe Streets are also being studied.
In 2012, City Council has directed staff to carry out an Environmental Assessment Study to investigate solutions to traffic congestion concerns on St Clair Avenue West around Keele Street and Old Weston Road.
The City of Toronto is beginning to develop detailed engineering designs for a 1.5 km widening of Steeles Avenue East from Tapscott Road easterly to Ninth Line and the extension of Morningside Avenue to Steeles Avenue.
The existing level crossing on Steeles Avenue East at the Stouffville GO railway limits the movement of pedestrians, cyclists, transit and vehicles in the area.
Studying the preferred route to extend the existing Railpath south from Dundast Street West, along the Kitchener Go rail corridor, to beyond Strachan Avenue and the planned Fort York Pedestrian & Cycle Bridge.
The City of Toronto in partnership with Toronto and Region Conservation Authority(TRCA) is constructing a new 1.1km long multi-use trail south of Eglinton Avenue West and parallel to the Etobicoke Creek.