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. Grouping roads with similar functions can improve transportation planning, road infrastructure design, maintenance, traffic and road operations.
Every street owned by the City of Toronto has been given one of five classifications (with the exception of public laneways).
The City of Toronto will resurface the streets listed below. Our inspection of these roads shows that they need resurfacing and sections of damaged curb and/or sidewalk need to be replaced to bring them to a state of good repair. This project is part of the Council-approved 2022 Capital Works Program to renew aging City roads and sidewalk for current and future needs.
All construction notices below are organized by street name.
Brimley Woods Park Pedestrian Bridge Rehabilitation
Greenhedges Court Watermain Replacement
Littleleaf Pedestrian Bridge and Mammoth Hall Trail Culvert Rehabilitation
Massie Street (from Invergordon Avenue to Sheppard Avenue East) Watermain Cleaning and Relining
Midland Avenue (from Sheppard Avenue East to Finch Hydro) Infrastructure Improvements
Middlefield Road (from Hydro Field to Passmore Avenue) Road Resurfacing
Milner Avenue (from Progress Avenue to Neilson Road) Road Reconstruction
Milner Avenue (from McCowan Road to Scunthorpe Road) New Sidewalk Construction
Sheppard Avenue East (from Neilson Road to Gateforth Drive) Watermain Replacement
Silversted Drive Pedestrian Bridge Rehabilitation
Stubbswood Square Pedestrian Bridge Rehabilitation
Tapscott Road (from McLevin Avenue to 220m South of McNicoll Avenue) Road Resurfacing
Various Watermain Flow Meter Chamber Upgrades Across the City
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