The City carefully studies many options before making any decisions about infrastructure.
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
Transportation Services has initiated the Curbside Management Strategy (CMS) study to develop a set of recommendations to address curbside issues and conflicts amongst its numerous users in the downtown Study Area; an area that is among the busiest and most congested transportation networks in the country.
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.