Project/Study Description
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.
Baby Point Forcemain & Pumping Station Study The City of Toronto has initiated a Municipal Class Environmental Assessment (EA) Study to explore opportunities to improve the reliability of an ageing forcemain (sewer) that serves the Baby Point Wastewater Pumping Station.
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.
Bike Lane Upgrade to Cycle Track on Shuter Street The City is proposing to make changes to the configuration of the roadway on Shuter Street between Bond Street and River Street to enhance safety for people walking, cycling and driving.
Black Creek Drainage Improvement Study An Environmental Assessment (EA) study is underway to identify problems and assess sanitary servicing needs of the Black Creek Sanitary Drainage Area and capacity of the Black Creek Sanitary Trunk Sewer.
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.
Bloor Street East Streetscape Improvements The City of Toronto is planning improvements to the Bloor Street East streetscape from St. Paul’s Square to Parliament Street.
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.
College Dundas Intersection Improvements The City is planning to replace TTC streetcar tracks and reconstruct local roads at the intersection of College Street and Dundas Street West.  This planned work presents an opportunity for additional safety improvements and enhancement of public space in the project area.
Contra-Flow Bike Lanes on Brunswick Avenue & Borden Street The City of Toronto has identified Borden Street/Howland Avenue and Brunswick Avenue as options to extend the Denison-Bellevue cycling route north.
Coxwell Sanitary Trunk Sewer Odour Control Study The City of Toronto has initiated a Municipal Class Environmental Assessment (EA) Study to find a long-term solution to sewer odours from the Coxwell Sanitary Trunk Sewer (STS). The Coxwell STS is located beneath Coxwell Avenue and Rhodes Avenue, carrying sewage to the Ashbridges Bay Wastewater Treatment Plant.
Cross Harbour Tunnel Rehabilitation The City of Toronto is planning to rehabilitate a 100+ year old water main from Island Water Treatment Plant to the John Street Pumping Station to improve the water supply for Enwave Energy’s downtown Deep Lake Water Cooling system.
Deauville Intersections Vision Zero improvements are being designed for two intersections: Deauville Lane & St. Dennis Drive and Deauville Lane & Grenoble Drive.
Deep Lake Water Cooling System Expansion The City and Enwave, as co-proponents, are carrying out an assessment to examine expanding the existing Deep Lake Water Cooling (DLWC) system.
Dovercourt Road Reconstruction Dovercourt Road, from Dundas Street West to Sudbury Street, is scheduled for reconstruction. Road reconstruction is an opportunity to implement additional road safety measures that will enhance safety and accessibility for all road users.
Downtown Construction Projects The City of Toronto and the Toronto Transit Commission are completing various construction projects throughout downtown Toronto this spring, summer and fall. These projects are part of the Council – approved 2017 Capital Works Program to renew our ageing infrastructure.
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. The solid organic material that is produced at this facility is sent for further refinement into finished compost. Plans are underway to expand the facility’s processing capacity to a total of 55,000 tonnes per year. Construction is expected to begin 2016 and be completed by 2018.
Eglinton Connects Streetscape & Cycle Track Preliminary Design The Eglinton Connects Streetscape and Cycle Track Preliminary Design was initiated in late 2017. The current scope of the project has two components which include the preliminary design of the streetscape and cycle track.
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.
Gatineau Corridor Trail The City of Toronto is proposing to extend the Gatineau Hydro Corridor Trail from Victoria Park Avenue to Eglinton Avenue East with a possible extension in the future westward to Bermondsey Road.
Glen Road Pedestrian Bridge and Tunnel Study Replacement of the existing pedestrian bridge and tunnel located between Bloor Street East and South Rosedale.
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.
High Level Pumping Station Backup Power Facility To install a standby power facility at the pumping station to ensure that drinking water could continue to be pumped during a utility outage, such as an electrical blackout. The pumping station currently operates without backup power.
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.
King-Liberty Pedestrian Cycle Bridge The City of Toronto is in the final stages of detailed design for the new pedestrian/cycling bridge to be constructed over the Metrolinx Union Station Rail Corridor, from Douro Street to the western leg of Western Battery Road.
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.
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 Watermain Replacement & 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.
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.
North York Centre South Service Road 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.
Oakwood Neighbourhood Cycling Connections The City of Toronto is proposing to install cycling infrastructure in the Oakwood neighbourhood.
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.
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.
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.
Riverside Drive Reconstruction The City of Toronto is reconstructing Riverside Drive from South Kingsway to Brule Gardens, and resurfacing Riverside Crescent, to bring the streets to a state of good repair.
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.
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.
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.
St. Lawrence – Distillery Cycling Connections 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.
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.
Thorncrest Village Neighbourhood Improvements Over the next few years, the City will be undertaking a number of projects in Thorncrest Village.
Water Fees, Charges & Programs Consultation Toronto Water and Economic Development & Culture are undertaking stakeholder consultation with water users on water fees, charges, programs and other measures designed to support business retention, economic growth, investment and employment.
West Toronto Railpath Extension In 2001, City Council adopted the Toronto Bike Plan which set out short and long-term goals for on and off-street cycling infrastructure. The Toronto Bike Plan identified an off-road trail connection along the Georgetown GO Transit rail corridor from north of Dupont Street to Strachan Avenue.
Weston Road Improvements The City of Toronto is planning to replace storm sewers and sanitary sewers on Weston Road from Lawrence Avenue West to Humberview Crescent, beginning in May 2020.
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.
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.