Project/Study Description
Adelaide Street Construction The City of Toronto and Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) will begin a series infrastructure upgrades on Adelaide Street starting August 2022.
Algonquin Island Bridge Rehabilitation An Environmental Assessment Study was completed on the Algonquin Island Bridge in 2014, which recommended replacing the existing bridge. However, in 2016, a detailed condition assessment was conducted and identified an opportunity to rehabilitate the bridge instead of building a new structure. A revised design is being prepared that will address the unique challenges of replacing the underwater substructure of the bridge.
Avenue Road Study The City of Toronto is studying Avenue Road, between Bloor Street West and St. Clair Avenue West, to find opportunities to improve the street, with emphasis on safety, mobility choices and enhancing streetscape.
Bartlett-Havelock-Gladstone Cycling Connections The City of Toronto is preparing to install bikeways and other road safety improvements on Bartlett Avenue, Havelock Street, and Gladstone Avenue from Davenport Road to College Street, as well as associated changes to short sections of Bloor Street and Lindsey Avenue.
Basement Flooding Investigation Environmental Assessment Studies The City of Toronto’s Basement Flooding Protection Program (BFPP) is a multi-year program that is helping to reduce the risk of future flooding by making improvements to the City’s sewer system and overland drainage routes.
Bathurst Manor Neighbourhood Mobility Plan The Bathurst Manor Neighbourhood Mobility Plan (NMP) will identify, prioritize and recommend short-, medium-, and long-term improvements to traffic operations and road design to support safety for all modes of transportation, including people walking, cycling and driving.
Bloor Street Construction The City of Toronto will replace the 142-year-old watermain and the City-owned portion of substandard water services, on Bloor Street West between Bathurst Street and Spadina Avenue.
Bluffers Park Forcemain Replacement Study The city of Toronto is undertaking a Municipal Class Environmental Assessment (EA) Study to explore opportunities to improve reliability of an aging sanitary forcemain that serves the Bluffer’s Park Sewage Pumping Station (SPS). A forcemain is a pressurized sewer pipe that transports wastewater from a lower to a higher elevation. The existing forcemain is located on Brimley Road South, near Bluffer’s Park in the city of Toronto.
Broadview Avenue Extension Environmental Assessment The Broadview Avenue Extension Environmental Assessment (Broadview Extension EA) continues work completed in the 2017 Port Lands Transportation and Servicing Master Plan (TSMP), which satisfied Phases 1 and 2 of the Municipal Class EA process.
Casa Loma – Transportation Management Mitigation Plan The City of Toronto is undertaking a Transportation Management and Mitigation Plan (TMMP) to evaluate potential traffic management improvements in the Casa Loma neighbourhood, due to the growing popularity of special events at Casa Loma and the associated traffic and parking demands.
Chesswood Drive Resurfacing & Road Safety Improvements Project The City of Toronto has planned a road resurfacing on Chesswood Drive from Sheppard Avenue West to Champagne Drive. The planned resurfacing provides an opportunity to review Chesswood Drive for safety improvements including new or improved pedestrian crossings, new sidewalks, raised cycle tracks, and improved roadway widths for large vehicles.
College Street Upgrades The City of Toronto has planned TTC track replacement work on College Street between Bathurst Street and Bay Street in 2022. This work provides an opportunity to rethink the existing roadway design and consider changes that will improve safety for all road users. Proposed safety improvements include upgrading the existing bike lanes on College Street with physically separated bike lanes (cycle tracks).
Complete Street & Multi-Use Feasibility Studies The City of Toronto is advancing several Complete Streets and multi-use trail feasibility studies intended to inform future planned works. Feasibility studies represent one of the first steps in the development of capital projects by defining the project purpose and objectives, conducting preliminary design and other analyses to determine the potential viability of the project, and identifying the benefits and costs associated with the project. These studies help identify the most promising candidate projects for further advancement in the project development process.
Deauville Intersections Vision Zero improvements are being designed for two intersections: Deauville Lane & St. Dennis Drive and Deauville Lane & Grenoble Drive.
Don Mills Crossing Trail Bridge A new pedestrian and cycling bridge over the Canadian Pacific Rail (CPR) corridor to connect the existing Don Mills Trail to the Wynford Drive Extension within the future Crosstown Development at Don Mills Road and Eglinton Avenue East.
Douro Street & Wellington Street Road Safety and Bikeway Improvements Watermain replacement and resurfacing is programmed to take place in 2022, along Wellington Street from Strachan Avenue to Blue Jays Way. This work provides an opportunity to review the corridor for safety improvements and changes.
Dufferin Organics Processing Facility The Dufferin Organics Processing Facility located at 35 and 75 Vanley Crescent, includes a Green Bin Processing Facility. This facility is currently designed to process 25,000 tonnes of organic materials from Toronto’s Green Bin Program. Plans are underway to expand the facility’s processing capacity to a total of 55,000 tonnes per year.
East Don River Sewer Connections & Creek Improvements The City of Toronto will be starting construction to replace and install sewer connections, remove an existing concrete weir (similar to a dam), install an underground storage tank and pumping station and stabilize the river banks in East Don River.
eglintonTOday Complete Street Project The eglintonTOday Complete Street project proposes to implement complete street features, including bikeways and public realm upgrades on Eglinton Avenue between Keele Street and Mount Pleasant Road.
Emery Village Link 2A Environmental Assessment The City is planning a new road in the Emery Village neighbourhood to connect Toryork Drive with Finch Avenue West.
Fairbank Silverthorn Trunk Storm Sewer System The City of Toronto is planning to construct a new storm trunk sewer system in the Fairbank-Silverthorn area. This new sewer system was recommended by the Investigation of Chronic Basement Flooding – Study Area 3 Environmental Assessment, completed in 2010.
Finch Corridor Trail – Birchmount Road to Pharmacy Avenue The City of Toronto is planning to build a multi-use trail along the Finch Hydro Corridor from Birchmount Road to Pharmacy Avenue. This trail connection will run 1.6 km within the hydro corridor on the south side of McNicoll Avenue.
Finch West Goods Movement Study The City is looking at ways to improve commercial shipping and freight transportation in the Finch West area of Toronto, in part because of the new Finch West LRT.
Glen Road Pedestrian Bridge and Tunnel Study Replacement of the existing pedestrian bridge and tunnel located between Bloor Street East and South Rosedale.
Gerrard East Complete Street The City of Toronto is planning cycling, pedestrian, motor vehicle operations, and road safety upgrades on Gerrard Street East. The project proposes to replace the painted cycle tracks with two-way cycle tracks from Sherbourne Street to Parliament Street. Although outside the scope of the current project, there are future plans to improve safety and accessibility from Parliament Street to St Matthew’s Road and Blackburn Street
Highland Creek Village Transportation Master Plan The City of Toronto is studying a series of transportation projects, initiatives and policies to support the vision of the recently completed Highland Creek Village Area Study and re-development of the Highland Creek Village area. The mobility needs of local residents, employees, businesses and all road users will be considered.
Huntingwood Drive Road Upgrades: Pharmacy Avenue to Kennedy Road The City of Toronto is inviting residents to learn more and provide feedback on opportunities for cycling, pedestrian, motor vehicle operations, and road safety upgrades on Huntingwood Drive from Pharmacy Avenue to Kennedy Road.
Improving The Esplanade and Mill Street The City of Toronto is proposing to install cycling infrastructure on The Esplanade, Mill Street and Berkeley Street as well as associated improvements for pedestrians and motor vehicle traffic.
Improvements to Woodfield Road, Monarch Park Avenue and Knox Avenue The City of Toronto has three nearby, but separate projects on Woodfield Road, Monarch Park Avenue and Knox Avenue that would improve safety for all road users in Toronto-Danforth: Woodfield Road-Monarch Park Avenue Project, Woodfield Road Extension & Improvements and Knox Avenue Bikeway Connection.
John Street Corridor Improvements The City of Toronto is working to transform John Street into a “cultural corridor” by redesigning the streetscape between Front Street and Stephanie Street.
Kensington Safe Streets The City of Toronto is exploring opportunities to leverage scheduled watermain and road work in 2023 to install safety improvements for all road users in the Kensington Market area.
King-Queen-Queensway-Roncesvalles Construction The City of Toronto and Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) have coordinated various infrastructure upgrades in the area of King Street West, Queen Street West, The Queensway and Roncesvalles Avenue (KQQR). The infrastructure improvements started in September 2020.
Lawrence Park Neighbourhood Road and Stormwater Management Study The City of Toronto is studying different ways to address deteriorating road conditions, traffic problems, pedestrian safety, road drainage problems and basement flooding in the Lawrence Park neighbourhood.
Leaside Neighbourhood Transportation Plan The Leaside Neighbourhood Transportation Plan will identify, prioritize and recommend short, medium and long-term improvements to traffic operations and road design to support safety for all modes of transportation, including people walking, cycling and driving.
Leslieville Traffic Management & Mitigation Study The City is undertaking a Traffic Management and Mitigation Study within the Leslieville Community. The objective of this study is to identify the key congestion areas and propose innovative short and long-term projects to mitigate transportation issues.
Lower Simcoe Flood Protection Study The purpose of the study is to address flooding issues at the Lower Simcoe Street Underpass, from Front Street to the Lake Ontario Shoreline.
Martin Grove Road Cycling Connections The City of Toronto is inviting residents to learn more and provide feedback on opportunities to connect existing on-street and off-street bikeways along Martin Grove Road between Eglinton Avenue West and the Kipling TTC and GO stations at Dundas Street West.  The project will also include opportunities to improve safety for people walking, people cycling and driving on Martin Grove Road.
Mid Humber Gap Trail Study Originally a 1.4 km gap in the Humber River Trail (HRT) near Weston Road and Lawrence Avenue West, approximately 800 metres of trail remains to be completed. This gap constitutes a significant barrier to a continuous multi-use trail system both along the HRT and in the future Loop Trail. The Loop trail is an 65 km off-road, multi-use ring that will connect multiple ravines, neighbourhoods and trail systems throughout Toronto.
Military Trail Road Reconstruction The City is reconstructing Military Trail from Ellesmere Road to Highcastle Road. The road reconstruction will include the construction of a sidewalk on the west side and a reduction in the speed limit from 50 km/h to 30 km/h.
Mimico Neighbourhood Mobility Plan The Mimico NMP will identify, prioritize and recommend short and long-term improvements to traffic operations and road design to support road safety for all modes of transportation including vulnerable road users (e.g. seniors, school children, people walking and cycling) in the Mimico study area.
Newtonbrook Creek Geomorphic Systems Master Plan The City of Toronto has initiated a study to identify sewer and watermain infrastructure within Newtonbrook Creek and Blue Ridge Creek that is at-risk of erosion from high flows dues to storms and snow melt.
North York Centre: Doris Ave. Extension (South Service Road) – Bonnington Pl. & Tradewind Ave. The need for the completion of the North York Centre Service Road south of Sheppard Avenue was first established in 1996. After several revised plans the City is now proposing the following: (1) a single intersection linking Doris Avenue to Tradewind Avenue, (2) the road would bisect the green space north of Sheppard Avenue and (3) Bonnington Place would be converted to a cul-de-sac north of Lyndale Drive.
Overlea Boulevard Bridge A reconstruction of the Overlea Bridge deck and Don Mills Road intersection is planned in the coming years to keep them in a state of good repair. This is the most cost-effective opportunity to make improvements.
O’Connor Drive Improvements The City of Toronto is planning a number of improvements to O’Connor Drive, from Glenwood Crescent to Bermondsey Road that help to address basement flooding, pedestrian safety and streetscape.
Palmerston-Tecumseth Cycling Connections The City of Toronto is proposing cycling, pedestrian, and road safety upgrades on Palmerston Avenue, Palmerston Square and Palmerston Boulevard as well as Tecumseth Street.
Park Lawn Lake Shore Transportation Master Plan The Transportation Master Plan (TMP) will provide the first step in a multi-year process to evaluate solutions to create more transportation options in the Park Lawn Lake Shore area.
Parkside Drive Study The City of Toronto is studying Parkside Drive between Keele Subway Station and the Martin Goodman Trail to identify interventions that could improve safety and mobility along the corridor with a focus on people walking, cycling and other vulnerable road users.
Peel Avenue & Gladstone Avenue Road Reconstruction The City of Toronto is working on the design details to improve mobility options on Gladstone Avenue and Peel Avenue, including pedestrian improvements, vehicular traffic changes, cycling improvements, parking changes and sustainability/green street features.
Port Union Road The City of Toronto will be widening Port Union Road from Lawrence Avenue East to Island Road.
Raindrop Plaza The City is reconfiguring the intersection of Coxwell Avenue and Dundas Street East. This project includes realignment of the roadway and various public realm improvements and stormwater management facilities to create Raindrop Plaza.
RapidTO: Bus & Streetcar Priority The City of Toronto and Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) are enhancing bus and streetcar transit across Toronto by studying and implementing transit priority solutions that improve service reliability. RapidTO: Bus & Streetcar Priority will guide the study, evaluation and delivery of bus and streetcar improvement projects in Toronto.
Regal Road & Springmount Avenue Intersection Modifications In 2022, the City of Toronto has planned resurfacing on a section of Regal Road, due to the poor condition of the road. Resurfacing involves replacing the asphalt surface and typically happens every 25-35 years. This planned road work provides an opportunity to make changes to the design of the road to improve operations and safety.
REimagining Yonge Street Environmental Assessment Yonge Street is the central corridor within North York Centre, one of four mixed-use and transit-accessible centres identified in the Official Plan where jobs, housing, and services will be concentrated.
Richview Reservoir Rehabilitation The City of Toronto will be carrying out waterproofing and structure rehabilitation work on the Richview Reservoir at Richview Park.
Road Resurfacing and Reconstruction Opportunities on Sheppard Avenue East & Willowdale Avenue The City of Toronto is proposing cycling and road safety improvements for Sheppard Avenue East and Willowdale Avenue. The improvements are planned to be implemented as part of the scheduled road resurfacing and reconstruction work for Sheppard Avenue East programmed in 2022-2024. The primary focus of the road resurfacing and reconstruction is to repair or replace damaged sections of the road, curb, and sidewalk which have deteriorated over time.
Road Safety Improvements on Scarborough Golf Club Road In 2023-2-24, Scarborough Golf Club Road from Ellesmere Road to Lawrence Avenue East is planned to be reconstructed due to the poor condition of the road.  This presents a unique opportunity to make changes to improve operations and safety for all users.  The City will also evaluate options for upgrades between Lawrence Avenue East and Kingston Road as part of the consultation process.
Rosehill Reservoir Rehabilitation The City of Toronto will be carrying out waterproofing and structure rehabilitation work on the Rosehill Reservoir at David Balfour Park.
Rouge Park Bridges Transportation Master Plan The City of Toronto is undertaking a Transportation Master Plan (TMP) that will study five bridges within the Rouge National Urban Park.
Rowanwood Transmission Watermain Construction In 2023-2024, a new transmission watermain between Macpherson Avenue at Yonge Street to Roxborough Street East to replace a 100-year old 900 mm cast iron watermain.
Scarlett Road Bridge In 2008, the City completed a study to address the safety and traffic operations in the area around the Scarlett Road Bridge. The study recommended making changes to the bridge and surrounding roads in order to improve the road capacity and reduce congestion.
Scott Street Pumping Station The City of Toronto is looking at ways to remove sources of clear water (groundwater and stormwater) that enter sanitary sewers, which can cause sewer capacity concerns and potential overflows into the lake.
Sherwood Creek-Burke Brook Fish Passage Restoration Addendum The City of Toronto has initiated an addendum to the Sherwood Creek-Burke Brook Fish Passage Restoration to determine potential changes to the recommendations regarding the segment of Burke Brook.
Six Points Interchange Reconfiguration Following more than 10 years of planning, consultation, engineering, and design, the City of Toronto began construction to reconfigure the Six Points intersection in March 2017.
Southwest Agincourt Transportation Connections Study The City of Toronto is studying ways to improve transportation connections in the area between Village Green Square and Sheppard Avenue East, in anticipation of future development.  Improvements that are being considered include a new north-south street and new multi-use trail.
Steeles Avenue East Complete Streets Steeles Avenue East between Midland Avenue and Brimley Road is scheduled for road resurfacing in 2023.  The roadwork provides an opportunity to review the street for changes to improve safety and operations for people driving, taking transit, walking and cycling.  As part of the roadwork, the City of Toronto is proposing cycling, pedestrian, motor vehicle operations, and road safety upgrades on Steeles Avenue East from Midland Avenue to McCowan Road.
Steeles Avenue Widening and Morningside Avenue Extension 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.
Stormwater Charge and Water Service Charge The City of Toronto is undertaking consultation with water customers and stakeholders on the possible implementation of a water service charge and a stormwater charge and credits program.
Thorncrest Village Neighbourhood Improvements Over the next few years, the City will be undertaking a number of projects in Thorncrest Village.
The Queensway Complete Street In 2023, parts of The Queensway between Mimico Creek and the Humber River will be reconstructed and the watermain will be replaced. The road and watermain work provides an opportunity to review the street for changes to improve safety and operations for people driving, taking transit, walking and cycling.
Wallace Emerson Neighbourhood Streets Plan The Wallace Emerson Neighbourhood Streets Plan will identify, prioritize and recommend improvements to traffic operations and street design to improve local streets and create a safer neighbourhood.
Warren Park Forcemain Replacement Study The City of Toronto is undertaking a Municipal Class Environmental Assessment (EA) Study to explore opportunities to improve reliability of an aging sanitary forcemain that serves the Warren Park Sewage Pumping Station (SPS). A forcemain is a pressurized sewer pipe that transports wastewater from a lower to a higher elevation. The existing forcemain is located in Warren Park in the city of Toronto.
Watermain Replacement on Martin Grove Road & Proposed Road Safety Improvements on Rathburn Road and Martin Grove Road The City is planning to replace the aging watermains on Martin Grove Road. Where the watermains cross Mimico Creek, an alternative alignment is required outside of the road right-of-way. An Environmental Assessment (‘Schedule B’) is being carried out to evaluate potential alignments and recommend a preferred alignment.  The City is also proposing to install physical separation in the buffer of the existing bike lanes on Rathburn Road and new separated bike lanes on Martin Grove Road.
Wellington Track Replacement & Streetscape Improvements The City of Toronto and Toronto Transit Commission are renewing aging streetcar tracks on Wellington Street East from Yonge Street to Church Street. Track renewal will also take place on Church Street south of King Street East to Wellington Street. This project includes streetscape improvements at the intersection of Wellington Street and Church Street and installation of a new traffic signal at Wellington Street East and Scott Street.
Yellow Creek Geomorphic Systems Master Plan The City of Toronto has initiated a study to identify sewer and watermain infrastructure in Yellow Creek that is at risk of erosion from high flows due to storms and snow melt runoff.
yongeTOmorrow This study will develop and review design options intended to improve streetscaping and increase pedestrian space, along with other possibilities to improve the way people move through and enjoy Yonge Street between Queen Street and College/Carlton Street.
York University & Downsview Cycling Connections The City of Toronto is improving cycling infrastructure near the York University Keele Campus and in the Downsview neighbourhood. This will provide bike connections to Downsview Park, the Black Creek Ravine system and major transit stops and stations on TTC Line 1 and the future Finch LRT.
Yorkdale Transportation Master Plan Study to identify and address the long-term transportation improvements needed to support all road users within, and surrounding, the Yorkdale Shopping Centre site.