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).
All construction notices below are organized by street name.
Abbott Avenue (from Indian Road Crescent to Indian Road) Watermain Replacement
Basement Flooding Protection Program – Old Mill Drive and Other Local Roads Sanitary and Storm Sewer Upgrades
Baby Point Area Road Resurfacing
Bloor Street Bridge Rehabilitation under Metrolinx Rail at UP Express
Brule Wastewater Pumping Station Construction
Brule Crescent Watermain Replacement
Etienne Brulee Park and Home Smith Park
Finchley Road Ditch Remediation
Kennedy Park Road and Margdon Road Intersection Improvement
King Queen Queensway Roncesvalles (KQQR) Intersection Reconfiguration
Laneway – the Second (North of Dundas Street West from Heintzman Street to Indian Grove) Watermain Replacement
Magwood Court (from Varsity Road to Magwood Court)
Riverside Wastewater Pumping Station Construction
Riverside Drive (from South Kingsway to Brule Gardens) Road Reconstruction and Sidewalk Installation
Skylark Road (from Althea Road to Van Stassen Boulevard) Watermain Replacement
Spencer Avenue (from King Street West to Springhurst Avenue) Watermain Replacement
Sun Valley Drive (from Saint Marks Road to Pasadena Gardens) Watermain Replacement
Valleymede Wastewater Pumping Station Construction
Western Beaches Along Lake Shore Boulevard West (between Parkside Drive and Strachan Avenue) Tunnel Rehabilitation
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