Construction Projects

The Queensway & Lake Shore Blvd Construction Projects

 

2017 Construction Project Details

Expand CONSTRUCTION UPDATES

Update: November 2017

TTC Track Work Update

the TTC will begin performing minor repair work to a number of small track sections between Mimico Ave and Louisa Street during the week of November 13. In particular, the work will focus on Burlington and Alexander Streets for approximately one week. Work will require milling and chipping concrete to expose small sections of track for repairs, and work will generally be conducted between the hours 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. TTC track staff will look to complete these repairs as quickly as possible. 


Partial Intersection Closure: Lake Shore Blvd West @  Park Lawn Road / Brookers Lane (Weather permitting this work will take place from)

Closure Start Date: 9:00 A.M. Friday, November 17, 2017
Closure End Date:  6:00 AM Monday, November 20, 2017

 The City contractor's work on Lake Shore Boulevard West continues. In order to safely remove and replace the track allowance on a section of the street, the intersection of Lake Shore Blvd West at Brookers Lane will be partially closed for track replacement. Further updates regarding the remaining work will be delivered in the coming weeks.

Partial Intersection Closure Map

 

What To Expect During Construction

This intersection work will take place 24/7.

  • The loudest portion of work is on the first day when breaking and removing concrete. This type of work will stop at 11:00 p.m.
  • The work hours will be split between the City's contractor and TTC staff working on the track replacement.
  • Other work will take place over night. The overnight rail work by TTC may consist of moving new rail into position, rail installation and rail welding / grinding and concrete pouring/curing. Afterhours work by TTC is required to support the daytime construction and complete work more efficiently.
  • Regular work hours on this project will resume on November 20.  

Traffic Management:

  • Eastbound and westbound traffic on Lake Shore Boulevard West will be maintained in the curb lanes through the intersection.
  • Northbound traffic on Brookers Lane can only turn right and will be required to make a U turn to access the eastbound Gardiner ramp.
  • Traffic coming off the westbound ramp can only turn right and will be required to make a U turn at the next lights to access Brookers Lane
  • Eastbound traffic on Lake Shore cannot make a left turn to access the Gardiner ramp and will be required to make a U turn at the next traffic lights

TTC Service:

  • 501/301 Queen on Lake Shore Blvd W will be maintained through the intersection/work zone, while other bus routes may need to be diverted around the work zone.‎
  • Updated service information will be issued by TTC in a separate notice, as required.
  • TTC Route/Schedules/Fares: 416-393-4636 or visit ttc.ca.

Pedestrian Access:

  • No pedestrian crossing will be maintained at the intersection of Brookers Lane and Lake Shore Blvd west. Pedestrians must walk to Park Lawn Roadto cross Lake Shore Blvd West.

Update: October 2017 

Bridge Rehabilitation of the Queensway Bridge over the Humber River

The City contractor's work on the Queensway Bridge has encountered a minor schedule delay to the completion of stage 2 on the Queensway bridge rehabilitation project. The last construction update indicated "the existing South Kingsway southbound to The Queensway westbound ramp and The Queensway eastbound to Gardiner Expressway eastbound ramp cannot be opened until October 20, 2017". Unfortunately, the high water level in Humber River, and Lake Ontario this year and several other minor issues have impacted this schedule, resulting in the ramp closures and associated detours having to remain in place until October 30, 2017.

Update: October 2017 

Partial Intersection Closure: Lake Shore Blvd West @  Park Lawn Road / Marine Parade Drive

Construction Update #5

Closure Start Date: 10 AM Friday, October 6, 2017

Closure End Date:  6 AM Tuesday, October 10, 2017

The City contractor's work on Lake Shore Boulevard West continues. In order to safely remove and replace the track allowance on a section of the street, the intersection of Lake Shore Blvd West at Park Lawn Road / Marine Parade Drive will be partially closed for track replacement. This work will take place from 10 AM Friday, October 6 to 6 AM Tuesday, October 10, 2017.


Partial Intersection Closure Map

What To Expect During Construction

This intersection work will take place 24/7.

  • The loudest portion of work is on the first day when breaking and removing concrete. This type of work will stop at 11:00 p.m.
  • The work hours will be split between the City's contractor and TTC staff working on the track replacement.
  • Other work will take place over night. The overnight rail work by TTC may consist of moving new rail into position, rail installation and rail welding / grinding and concrete pouring/curing. Afterhours work by TTC is required to support the daytime construction and complete work more efficiently.
  • Regular work hours on this project will resume on October 10, 2017.  

Traffic Management:

  • Eastbound and Westbound traffic on Lake Shore Blvd West will be maintained in the curb lanes through the intersection.
  • Southbound traffic on Park Lawn can turn right onto Westbound Lake Shore Blvd West only with no left turns permitted to Eastbound Lake Shore Blvd West.
  • Northbound traffic on Marine Parade Drive can turn right onto Eastbound Lake Shore Blvd West only with no left turns permitted to Westbound Lake Shore Blvd West.
  • Drivers can access Westbound Lake Shore Blvd West using Silver Moon Drive.

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.

TTC Service:
The eastbound and westbound transit stops on Lake Shore Blvd West at Park Lawn Road / Marine Parade Drive will be temporarily relocated nearby, and reinstated soon after the work zone is cleared.

  • 501L/301 Queen buses will be maintained along regular routing.
  • 501M Queen shuttle buses will NOT operate on Marine Parade Drive and on Park Lawn Road during the Lake Shore/Park Lawn intersection track work. Shuttle buses will operatea clockwise service linking The Queensway with Lake Shore Boulevard West, via: south on Windermere, west on Lake Shore, west on Mimico, north on Royal York and east on The Queensway and back to Windermere.
  • 66B Prince Edward buses will operate south on Park Lawn, east on Queensway, south on Windermere, west on Lake Shore, west on Mimico, north on Royal York and east on Queensway to route (to Old Mill Station) – no service on Marine Parade.
  • 145 Downtown/Humber Bay Express buses will operate on Lake Shore Boulevard West and will not operate on Marine Parade Drive during the partial intersection closure.

         TTC Route/Schedules/Fares: 416-393-4636 or visit ttc.ca.

Pedestrian Access: 
Both east-west crosswalks for pedestrian crossing on Lake Shore Blvd. West will be closed until 6AM Tuesday, October 10, 2017. Pedestrians will have to cross at the closest crosswalk either to the east or west of the Park Lawn Road / Marine Parade Drive and Lake Shore Blvd. West intersection.
The north and south crosswalks across Park Lawn Road and Marine Drive will remain open during this partial intersection closure. 

UPDATE: September 18, 2017

While the City's work to replace TTC streetcar track on Lake Shore Boulevard West continues, it has been slower than anticipated. Site conditions have required the need to remove more concrete than initially planned and as such, there has been an unscheduled increase of work in some areas.   Originally, this project only involved removal of the top concrete layer (out of three layers) and the rails. However, in some sections, the concrete did not separate easily, consequently requiring the removal of further layers of concrete. This project also includes the installation of a 1.4km bi-directional cycle track along Lake Shore Boulevard West from Norris Crescent to First Street. The City and contractor are working to recover lost time to complete the project by December 30.

In order to avoid conflict with Cultural Day events, the City and the Contractor concluded that the best option was to alter the current staging and immediately start the work at Mimico and work westerly. This will allow the Contractor to complete and clear the events area by September 28.

The original work to install new TTC platforms east of Brooker's Lane will be delivered by TTC as part of their work at the Humber Loop.


Construction Schedule

NOTE: Dates are subject to weather and working conditions and may change 
during the project work. The construction staging is as follows. This project has six work stages. 
Stage 1 work from First Street to Royal York Rd. was completed on Sept 1.  Further updates will be provided as work progresses along Lakeshore Blvd West.

Stage Dates Work Traffic Management

2

Mimico Ave to Allen  Street

                           (westerly)

Construction in progress

Expected completion: September 28

  • Removing concrete and old rails
  • Installing new rails
  • Restoring concrete
  • Rail installation and movement will occur overnight as this is the safest time to move rails into place.
Lake Shore Boulevard will be limited to one lane in each direction for work zones of approximately 700 m

3

Royal York Rd. to Allen St.  

                         (easterly)

Construction in progress

Expected  completion:  October 13
   

4

Louisa Street  to Park Lawn

                         (easterly)

Expected  start:

Sept 25

Expected completion:
Nov 24  

   

5

Park Lawn to

Palace Pier Court

                         (easterly)

Expected  start:
Oct 25

Expected completion: 
                Dec 30  
   

6

Bi-directional Cycle track

          (Norris Crescent to First Street)

Expected  start:

Oct 16

Expected Completion: November 24
  • Crews will remove boulevard
Pour concrete and install specifications for the 1.4km bi-directional cycle track 
Using the curb lane, traffic will move to the centre lanes of Lake Shore and one lane in each direction will be provided

Partial- Intersection Closure

(Park Lawn / Marine Parade Drive and Lake  Shore Blvd. West)

  October 6  9:00 A.M

October 10  6:00 A.M

More details will be provided in a separate notice in the vicinity of Park Lawn and Marine Parade Drive.

 

Construction Map

Locations for intersection closures along Lakeshore Blvd W.

  • Mimico Avenue
  • Superior Avenue
  • Burlington Avenue
  • Legion Road
  • Park Lawn /Marine Parade – Oct 6th
  • Brookers Lane
  • Palace Pier Court

 

Separate notices will be provided


What To Expect During Construction

Extended & Overnight Hours

Work on this project will use extended hours to ensure the project is completed on schedule. The work hours on this project are typically 7:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. Monday to Friday, with work on weekends and overnight if necessary. Work at the intersections of Brookers Lane, Mimico Avenue, Legion Road, Palace Pier Court and Park Lawn will occur on weekends. Updates will be provided.

The TTC track installation phase of this project will involve periods of late evening and overnight work. The overnight rail work by the TTC may consist of moving rail into position, rail installation/ assembly and rail welding / grinding.  After-hours work by the TTC is required to support the daytime construction and complete the project as quickly as possible.

TTC Service: 
501/301 Queen
Ashuttle bus service is operating on the 501 Queen route between Long Branch Loop and Dufferin Gate Loop, via Lake Shore Boulevard West, Windermere Avenue, The Queensway and Queen Street West. Streetcars are operating east of Roncesvalles Avenue. A shuttle bus service 501M is operating in a clockwise service linking The Queensway with Lake Shore Boulevard West, Marine Parade Drive and Park Lawn Road.
Note: Other TTC bus routes may need to be rerouted during scheduled track replacement work at some intersections on Lake Shore Blvd West; such as Park Lawn/Lake Shore. Notices will be provided in advance of the diversions.
TTC Route/Schedules/Fares: 416-393-4636 or visit www.ttc.ca for more information.

Pedestrian and Sidewalk Access: 
Sidewalks along Lake Shore Blvd. West will remain accessible and pedestrians will be safely detoured around the work area to access local businesses. 
Except at partial intersection closures; signage will be posted. 

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

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.

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. If your vehicle is moved, please contact parking control for its location at 416-808-2222.

In the event you receive a traffic ticket for on-street parking during this period of construction, you may choose to dispute your ticket at one of the locations listed on the reverse side of the parking infraction notice. You may use this notice as part of your defense for parking consideration during construction; however, the Project Manager does not have the authority to cancel any parking tickets.

Cyclist information: 
Cyclists will be required to share a single lane of traffic with vehicles where work is taking place on Lake Shore Blvd. West.  Cyclists may also use the Waterfront Trail and Marine Parade Drive as alternatives to bypass construction between Norris Cres and the Humber Loop. The construction of the Lake Shore Boulevard West Cycle Track is anticipated to begin at end of September, as soon as TTC track work is past Norris Crescent. Trail Map is available online.

Construction Notices:

Expand1. TTC Track Renewal on The Queensway – (from Parkside Drive to Humber Loop)

TTC Track Renewal on The Queensway January to December 2017

Planned Start Date: January 2017 

Planned End Date: December 2017

Location: from Parkside Drive to Humber Loop

Description of Work: 

Work includes new rail on new concrete; (ballast/stones replaced with concrete)
Rail installation; mid-May to late-July 2017

Work Hours:

Traffic Management: 
One westbound lane adjacent to the streetcar right of way will be closed –April to end of October 2017
TTC track work will not impede access to ramps
Scheduled intersection closures at level crossings for track work

Notices:

Expand2. Rehabilitation for the Queensway Bridge over the Humber River

Rehabilitation for the Queensway Bridge over the Humber River

Planned Start Date: February 15, 2017

Planned End Date: December 29, 2017

Location: Queensway Bridge (over the Humber River)

Work Hours: Work will take place from 7:00 am to 7:00 pm., Monday to Friday,
with work after hours weekend work as required.

Update: October 2017 

Bridge Rehabilitation of the Queensway Bridge over the Humber River

The City contractor's work on the Queensway Bridge has encountered a minor schedule delay to the completion of stage 2 on the Queensway bridge rehabilitation project. The last construction update indicated "the existing South Kingsway southbound to The Queensway westbound ramp and The Queensway eastbound to Gardiner Expressway eastbound ramp cannot be opened until October 20, 2017". Unfortunately, the high water level in Humber River, and Lake Ontario this year and several other minor issues have impacted this schedule, resulting in the ramp closures and associated detours having to remain in place until October 30, 2017.


Traffic Management (see map below):

The existing South Kingsway southbound to the Queensway westbound ramp will be CLOSED until October 20, 2017.

A temporary detour will continually be provided for South Kingsway southbound to the Queensway westbound by merging the existing South Kingsway northbound to the Queensway westbound ramp. Temporary lines, arrows and signs will be in place to guide southbound motorists to the northbound ramp onto the Queensway westbound.

The existing Queensway eastbound to Gardiner Expressway eastbound ramp will be closed for Stage 2 construction. Traffic travelingeastbound on The Queensway to access the eastbound Gardiner Expressway are recommended to travel southbound to Park Lawn Road to eastbound Lake Shore Boulevard to then access the eastbound Gardiner Expressway ramp from there.

Construction Staging:

Stage 1 March 2017 – June 2017: Work will take place in the middle of the bridge.

*Note: Change in schedule dates
Stage 2 June 2017 – October 2017: Work will take place on both the north and south sides of
the bridge, with traffic moving to the centre of the bridge where the deck was reconstructed in
Stage 1.

Stage 3 October 2017 – December 2017: Work will consist of rebuilding the TTC streetcar
tracks. New tracks and new overhead poles will be installed. TTC will reinstate overhead
electrical wiring and restore streetcar service. Top course paving will be completed along with
permanent road lane markings.

 

Description of Work: 

This project will involve:
• Replacing the bridge deck on the Humber River Bridge it will be water proofed and paved;
• Replace the existing bearings on the bridge;
• Repair the piers and abutments.
• Install new sidewalks, railings and light poles

• TTC streetcar track replacement

Traffic Management:

Two lanes will be maintained eastbound over the bridge during
construction, while one lane will be maintained westbound on the
Queensway; the South Kingsway ramp to eastbound FG Gardiner Expressway will
be opened during all stages of construction.

During Stage 2, (June 2017 – September 2017):
The eastbound Queensway ramp to the eastbound FG Gardiner
Expressway will be closed;
– The South Kingsway ramp to westbound Queensway will also be
closed.

Notices:

Pre-Construction Notice (Dated: October 31, 2016)
Construction Notice (Dated: March 3, 2017)

 

Expand3. TTC Humber Loop Improvements

Humber Loop Improvements

Planned Start Date: January 8, 2017
Planned End Date: December 16, 2017
 
Location: Humber Loop 
Work Hours: Overnight work by TTC Track Crews
Description of Work:
New tracks, accessible streetcar platforms, new shelters 
Rebuilding of the tunnel walkway, roof replacement of the service building,
New electrical substation
Rail installation; early August to early September 2017
Traffic/Pedestrian Management:
• Tunnel walkway: Closed April 24, 2107, to Spring 2018*
• * end date is subject to change
• Work in the loop is extensive so we are advancing certain work requiring
the loop and underpass walkway closed starting April 24, 2017.
• Humber Loop will be a major work zone area for various infrastructure
improvements this year including
• new streetcar tracks,
• accessible platforms,
• new/wider tunnel walkway,
• roof replacement of the service building,
• new sub-station building and
• underground conduits for electric cables for the sub-station.
• Rail installation; summer/fall 2017

Expand4. TTC Rail Replacement on Lake Shore Blvd – (from Humber Loop to Symons Street to Dwight Avenue)

Lakeshore Blvd West TTC Track Replacement
Please see Construction Updates Tab - for updates about this project 

Start Date: June 26, 2017
Planned End Date: December 30  2017
Location: on Lake Shore Blvd West from TTC’s Humber Loop to Dwight Avenue 
Work Hours:

Extended & Overnight Hours: Work on this project will use extended hours to ensure the project is completed on schedule. The work hours on this project are typically 7:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. with work on weekends if necessary. The TTC track reconstruction phase of this project will involve periods of late evening and overnight work.  The overnight rail work by TTC may consist of moving rail into position, rail installation and rail welding/grinding.  After-hours work by TTC is required to support the daytime construction and complete the project as quickly as possible.

Update: October 2017 

Partial Intersection Closure: Lake Shore Blvd West @ Legion Road

Closure Start Date: 9 AM Friday, October 27, 2017

Closure End Date:  6 AM Monday, October 30, 2017

The City contractor's work on Lake Shore Boulevard West continues. In order to safely remove and replace the track allowance on a section of the street, the intersection of Lake Shore Blvd West at Legion Road will be partially closed for track replacement. This work will take place from 9 AM Friday, October 27 to 6 AM Monday, October 30, 2017.


Partial Intersection Closure Map


What To Expect During Construction

This intersection work will take place around thclockk during the closure.

  • The loudest portion of work is on the first day when breaking and removing concrete. This type of work will stop at 11:00 p.m.
  • The work hours will be split between the City's contractor and TTC staff working on the track replacement.
  • Other work will take place over night. The overnight rail work by TTC may consist of moving new rail into position, rail installation and rail welding / grinding and concrete pouring/curing. Afterhours work by TTC is required to support the daytime construction and complete work more efficiently.

Regular work hours on this project will resume on October 30, 2017.  

Traffic Management:

  • Eastbound and Westbound traffic on Lake Shore Blvd West will be maintained in the curb lanes through the intersection.
  • Southbound traffic on Legion Road can turn right onto Westbound Lake Shore Blvd West only with no left turns permitted to Eastbound Lake Shore Blvd West.
  • Residents from 2261 Lake Shore Blvd West will only be able to turn right to enter and exit their driveway.

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.

TTC Service:

  • 501/301 Queen and 145 Downtown/Humber Bay Express buses on Lake Shore Blvd W will be maintained through the intersection. 
  • TTC Route/Schedules/Fares: 416-393-4636 or visit ttc.ca.

Pedestrian Access:

  • No pedestrian crossing will be maintained at the intersection of Legion Road and Lake Shore Blvd west. Pedestrians must walk to Park Lawn Rd to cross Lake Shore Blvd West. 

UPDATE: September 18, 2017

While the City's work to replace TTC streetcar track on Lake Shore Boulevard West continues, it has been slower than anticipated. Site conditions have required the need to remove more concrete than initially planned and as such, there has been an unscheduled increase of work in some areas.   Originally, this project only involved removal of the top concrete layer (out of three layers) and the rails. However, in some sections, the concrete did not separate easily, consequently requiring the removal of further layers of concrete. This project also includes the installation of a 1.4km bi-directional cycle track along Lake Shore Boulevard West from Norris Crescent to First Street. The City and contractor are working to recover lost time to complete the project by December 30.

In order to avoid conflict with Cultural Day events, the City and the Contractor concluded that the best option was to alter the current staging and immediately start the work at Mimico and work westerly. This will allow the Contractor to complete and clear the events area by September 28.

The original work to install new TTC platforms east of Brooker's Lane will be delivered by TTC as part of their work at the Humber Loop.


Construction Schedule

NOTE: Dates are subject to weather and working conditions and may change
during the project work. The construction staging is as follows. This project has six work stages.
Stage 1 work from First Street to Royal York Rd. was completed on Sept 1.  Further updates will be provided as work progresses along Lakeshore Blvd West.

Stage Dates Work Traffic Management

2

Mimico Ave to Allen  Street

                           (westerly)

Construction in progress

Expected completion: September 28

  • Removing concrete and old rails
  • Installing new rails
  • Restoring concrete
  • Rail installation and movement will occur overnight as this is the safest time to move rails into place.
Lake Shore Boulevard will be limited to one lane in each direction for work zones of approximately 700 m

3

Royal York Rd. to Allen St.  

                         (easterly)

Construction in progress

Expected  completion:  October 13
   

4

Louisa Street  to Park Lawn

                         (easterly)

Expected  start:

Sept 25

Expected completion:
Nov 24  

   

5

Park Lawn to

Palace Pier Court

                         (easterly)

Expected  start:
Oct 25

Expected completion:
                Dec 30  
   

6

Bi-directional Cycle track

          (Norris Crescent to First Street)

Expected  start:

Oct 16

Expected Completion: November 24
  • Crews will remove boulevard
Pour concrete and install specifications for the 1.4km bi-directional cycle track 
Using the curb lane, traffic will move to the centre lanes of Lake Shore and one lane in each direction will be provided

Partial- Intersection Closure

(Park Lawn / Marine Parade Drive and Lake  Shore Blvd. West)

  October 6  9:00 A.M

October 10  6:00 A.M

More details will be provided in a separate notice in the vicinity of Park Lawn and Marine Parade Drive.

 

Construction Map

Locations for intersection closures along Lakeshore Blvd W.

  • Mimico Avenue
  • Superior Avenue
  • Burlington Avenue
  • Legion Road
  • Park Lawn /Marine Parade – Oct 6th
  • Brookers Lane
  • Palace Pier Court

 

Separate notices will be provided


What To Expect During Construction

Extended & Overnight Hours

Work on this project will use extended hours to ensure the project is completed on schedule. The work hours on this project are typically 7:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. Monday to Friday, with work on weekends and overnight if necessary. Work at the intersections of Brookers Lane, Mimico Avenue, Legion Road, Palace Pier Court and Park Lawn will occur on weekends. Updates will be provided.

The TTC track installation phase of this project will involve periods of late evening and overnight work. The overnight rail work by the TTC may consist of moving rail into position, rail installation/ assembly and rail welding / grinding.  After-hours work by the TTC is required to support the daytime construction and complete the project as quickly as possible.

TTC Service:
501/301 Queen
Ashuttle bus service is operating on the 501 Queen route between Long Branch Loop and Dufferin Gate Loop, via Lake Shore Boulevard West, Windermere Avenue, The Queensway and Queen Street West. Streetcars are operating east of Roncesvalles Avenue. A shuttle bus service 501M is operating in a clockwise service linking The Queensway with Lake Shore Boulevard West, Marine Parade Drive and Park Lawn Road.
Note: Other TTC bus routes may need to be rerouted during scheduled track replacement work at some intersections on Lake Shore Blvd West; such as Park Lawn/Lake Shore. Notices will be provided in advance of the diversions.
TTC Route/Schedules/Fares: 416-393-4636 or visit www.ttc.ca for more information.

Pedestrian and Sidewalk Access:
Sidewalks along Lake Shore Blvd. West will remain accessible and pedestrians will be safely detoured around the work area to access local businesses.
Except at partial intersection closures; signage will be posted. 

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

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.

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. If your vehicle is moved, please contact parking control for its location at 416-808-2222.

In the event you receive a traffic ticket for on-street parking during this period of construction, you may choose to dispute your ticket at one of the locations listed on the reverse side of the parking infraction notice. You may use this notice as part of your defense for parking consideration during construction; however, the Project Manager does not have the authority to cancel any parking tickets.

Cyclist information:
Cyclists will be required to share a single lane of traffic with vehicles where work is taking place on Lake Shore Blvd. West.  Cyclists may also use the Waterfront Trail and Marine Parade Drive as alternatives to bypass construction between Norris Cres and the Humber Loop. The construction of the Lake Shore Boulevard West Cycle Track is anticipated to begin at end of September, as soon as TTC track work is past Norris Crescent. Trail Map is available online.

Notices:

Lake Shore Blvd West @ Legion Road

Expand5. Queensway Road Resurfacing – (from High Street to Mimico Creek)

The Queensway Road Resurfacing

Planned Start Date: July 2017
Planned End Date: September 2017
Location: From High Street to Mimico Creek.
Work Hours: 
August to October 2017
Monday to Saturday 10:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.
Description of Work:
  • Removing top asphalt and replacing top asphalt
  • Replacing deteriorated portions of curbs/gutter and sidewalks
  • Adding two bus lay-bys
Traffic Management:
  • Minimum of one lane in each direction;
  • major intersection work to be done continuously during weekends
  • starting on Friday evening
Notices: