Transportation Services working hard to keep traffic moving
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.
The City has taken steps to improve lighting
conditions on the Don Valley Parkway and the Allan Expressway. Learn more about
new lighting systems on both roads.
New traffic lights in the city reduce CO2 emissions. Find out more about these new traffic signals.
Pedestrian countdown signals
help pedestrians cross city streets safely. Learn more...
Pedestrian crossing signals help pedestrians
cross our streets safely. Find out more about how they work.
for TTC, emergency vehicles
Emergency vehicles can get
to fires and other situations even more quickly as a result of “priority traffic signals.” The
system also allows for TTC vehicles to move more efficiently around
the city. Learn more about this system.
How do traffic signals work? What is traffic calming? Find
out answers to some questions about traffic.
The Province of Ontario recently passed
legislation allowing municipalities to operate red light cameras
at intersections indefinitely. Learn
RESCU, the City’s freeway traffic management
system, has expanded recently. Learn more about the system and
what the expansion
means for motorists.
is a way of life in Toronto. But the Transportation Services
Division is taking steps to reduce delays for all road users. Find
out more about why road repairs are necessary and how City
plans to fix roads saves money.
Traffic calming helps reduce speeds on our neighbourhood
streets. Find out more about traffic calming and how you can make
in your area.
If you would like a traffic signal can be installed in your neighbourhood, all you have to do is pick up the phone. Once a call is received, Transportation Services begins an investigation into the situation. A study of traffic volumes on the road is completed (including rush hour traffic). Find out more on the process.
Concerned about traffic delays? Want to find out
the best way to get around Toronto? That’s where the City’s
road information line can help. Find out
more about the City’s
road information line.