The City of Toronto’s work to reconstruct the Six Points Interchange has achieved substantial completion, including the construction of:

  • realignment of Dundas Street West, extension of Bloor Street West and regrading of Kipling Avenue
  • new traffic signals installed at major intersections
  • widened sidewalks with trees, plantings and permeable pavers to catch rain water and surface runoff and store it in reservoirs to reach soil below
  • construction of three (3) new streets: Adobigok Pathway, Biindagen Trail and Jerry Horwath Drive
  • new cycling facilities including:
    • physically separated and painted bike lanes along Bloor Street West from Beamish Drive to Resurrection Road, along Dundas Street West from the Dundas-Kipling Ramp to Aukland Road, and on Kipling Avenue between Bloor Street West and Viking Lane
    • two-stage cycling left-turn boxes installed at the Dundas/Kipling and Bloor/Kipling intersections

NOTE: Remaining minor construction items will be completed during ideal growing seasons in the spring (April – June) including planting of additional trees and plants along sidewalks, maintenance and restoration. More information will be shared to announce final completion of all work.

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