With the City growing and more cars on our streets, traffic congestion is a major challenge. We are working to keep traffic moving and to maintain our roads and transportation infrastructure. We are also taking action to meet the needs of all street users. We are investing in new infrastructure and amenities that improve the operation of our transportation system for all modes of travel.
A road classification system designates streets into different groups or classes according to the type of service each group is intended to provide. This is a fundamental tool for urban development and road management.
With the City growing and more cars on our streets, traffic congestion is a major challenge in our community. Learn more about how the city balances the needs of all road users.
They’re out there, lurking on city streets. Some are large while others are minor irritants along the way.
They’re potholes. And after the winter season in Toronto, there are a lot of them.
Fixing roads now and for the future. The right treatment for the right road at the right time.
The Mechanical Leaf Collection program is a limited service designed to supplement yard waste collection in a few areas in Etobicoke and Scarborough with heavy leaf accumulations and in neighbourhoods with roadside ditches to prevent ponding, flooding and road icing as a result of blocked culverts and catch basins.
Street name signs are a vital component of the urban landscape.
Turn off your vehicle's engine to improve the air we breathe.
Street Use By-law for activities taking place on city streets and boulevards. Working or Encroaching in Public Streets (Chapter 743 of the Municipal Code).