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).
Anchor Drive, Charrington Crescent, Cobb Avenue, Mandy Street, Markay Street and Watney Crescent Road Resurfacing
Aura Lea Boulevard and Strathburn Boulevard Watermain Replacement
Barmac Drive Road Resurfacing, Sidewalk and Curb Repairs
Basement Flooding Protection Program – Black Creek Sanitary and Storm Sewer Upgrade and Watermain Replacement
Basement Flooding Protection Program – Blacksmith Crescent and Other Local Roads Storm Sewer Replacements
Basement Flooding Protection Program – Jane Street, Sheppard Avenue West and Other Local Roads Sanitary, Storm Sewer Upgrades and Watermain Replacements
Basement Flooding Protection Program – Jane Street, Shoreham Drive and Other Local Roads Sanitary and Storm Sewer Upgrades
Benrubin Drive, Firenza Drive and Littledean Court Road Resurfacing
Bloomington Crescent and Hullmar Drive Watermain Replacement
Broadoaks Drive (from Keele Street to Hucknall Road) Watermain Replacement
Derrydown Road Watermain Replacement
Dufferin Street (from Finch Avenue West to Steeles Avenue West) Watermain Replacement
Fenmar Drive (from 86-88 Fenmar Drive to 87 Fenmar Drive) Sewer Replacement
Goldsboro Road (from Gracedale Boulevard to Duncanwoods Drive) Watermain Replacement
Signet Drive (from 1 High Meadow Place to 50m South of High Meadow Place) Sewer Installation
Steeles Avenue West and Irondale Drive (from Rossdean Drive to West of Fenmar Drive) Watermain Cleaning and Relining
Various Watermain Flow Meter Chamber Upgrades Across the City
Yorkdale Crescent, Jodphur Avenue and Lovilla Boulevard Watermain Replacement
The City of Toronto ensures that tenants live in safe, well-maintained buildings through RentSafeTO, a bylaw enforcement program. Building owners must comply with the bylaws within the program or face financial penalties.
The information in this report states the results from scheduled apartment building audits conducted by Municipal Licensing & Standards bylaw officers.