Infrastructure Studies

Project Summary

Bike Flemingdon Park and Thorncliffe Park

The City of Toronto is planning to install bike facilities in Flemingdon Park and Thorncliffe Park. The new facilities will create a network for people to bike in the area, support active transportation connections, and improve cycling accessibility. Throughout this Study, the City is partnering with Toronto Centre for Active Transportation, Flemingdon Health Centre, and local community groups on resident engagement activities, capacity development, and outreach.

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Roads and Trails

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.

Complete Streets Guidelines

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 Major Roads

“Downsview Area Major Roads” Municipal Class Environmental Assessment Notice of Study Commencement

East Don Trail Environmental Assessment

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.

Emery Village Link 2A

The City is planning a new road in the Emery Village neighbourhood to connect Toryork Drive with Finch Avenue West.

King-Liberty Pedestrian Cycling Bridge

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.

Lake Shore Cycle Track

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.

Lower Don Trail Improvements

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.

North York Centre Service Road

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.

Park Lawn Lake Shore

The Park Lawn Lake Shore Transportation Master Plan is studying solutions to improve transportation options.

Passmore Avenue Environmental Assessment

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.

Re-imagining Yonge Street

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.

St. Clair Avenue West - Transportation Master Plan

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.

Steeles Morningside

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.

Etobicoke Creek North Trail

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.

Flemingdon Thorncliffe Bike Study

The Bike Flemingdon Park and Thorncliffe Park Study will create an internal cycling network to move people around Flemingdon Park and Thorncliffe Park.