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.
Learn more about current and upcoming construction projects.
Learn more about infrastructure being planned across the City through roads, trails, cycling, solid waste, and water studies.
Public Advisory Groups advise the City on various issues related to facilities and infrastructure projects.
The City is studying issues related to road conditions, traffic, pedestrian safety, stormwater management and basement flooding in the Lawrence Park neighbourhood.
View the material presented on November 19, 2013 regarding existing conditions, a long list of possible solutions, proposed criteria that will be used to evaluate possible solutions and some conceptual alternative road cross sections. Make sure to provide any comments to us by December 9.
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 City has identified the preferred route for extending the West Toronto Railpath from Dundas Street West to the planned Fort York Pedestrian and Cycle bridge. Come to learn more and provide your comments:
Monday, June 23
5:30 - 8:30 p.m.
Parkdale Community Recreation Centre
75 Lansdowne Avenue
The City is studying possible solutions to basement and surface flooding problems during heavy rainstorms in the Leaside neighbourhood.
Join us for the first Public Information Centre for this study on November 26, 2013, where you can learn more and provide your feedback.
The City is studying possible solutions to basement and surface flooding problems during heavy rainstorms in the Black Creek/Humber neighbourhood. The study also addresses water quality issues in Black Creek and the Humber River due to combined sewer overflows.
Join us for the second Public Information Centre for this study on December 10, 2013, where you can learn more and provide your feedback.
The City is consulting with interested stakeholders and industries on proposed changes to the Pollution Prevention Program to bring about effective and meaningful program compliance.
The City has studied various options for addressing traffic concerns on Port Union Road between Lawrence Avenue East and Kingston Road The original study recommendations, completed in 2004, need to be slightly modified. On December 11, 2013, you will have the opportunity to learn more and provide your input on these proposed changes.
Construction on the Six Points Reconfiguration will begin in the fall of 2014. A complete update on the status of the project, including construction phasing and next steps, is available.
The City of Toronto is working to improve the Lower Don Trail, a multi-use trail that runs along the Don River between Pottery Road and Corktown Commons.
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...