Construction to reconfigure the Six Points Interchange is approaching completion, and all roads, sidewalks and bike lanes are expected to open by years end, 2020. Some minor works will continue in 2021 such as landscaping and minor repairs. Major construction of transportation facilities has been completed, and snow clearing will take place on major roads, sidewalks and bike lanes over the winter months.

City Staff will continue to monitor road conditions and signal timing as vehicles and pedestrians adjust to the new road configuration. Drivers, pedestrians and cyclists please be aware and obey the traffic movements, signs and signals.

When active construction takes place you may experience dust, noise and other inconveniences. The City will make efforts to reduce the impacts. We appreciate your patience.

COVID-19 & Construction Work in Toronto

City-led infrastructure construction has been deemed essential to ensure the City’s infrastructure remain safe, in a state of good repair and able to meet Toronto’s needs. For more information on the City’s response to visit the COVID-19 pages.

There are times when contractors need to communicate with homeowners about what is happening on-site. This could be about driveway access, exterior pre-construction inspections, and site restoration work (landscaping, installing pavers etc.). Contractor’s staff are identifiable by high-visibility clothing.

Where possible, a phone number for a contact person on-site will be provided on notices, to answer questions about work near your property. At other times, the contractor may knock on your door, but will then step away the required distance to discuss the work that is taking place and what can be expected that day. Please practice physical distancing with workers so everyone can remain safe. If you have questions, call the contact provided on this notice.

Work Hours

Work takes place from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., Monday to Friday, with work after hours and on weekends as required.

Property Access

Property owners should remove items located within City property limits (boulevard), such as landscaping and decorative objects. If you have a sprinkler system within the boulevard, please contact the Project Manager. The City will not be responsible for damage to any privately owned items on City property.

The contractor will notify you of any temporary restrictions to your driveway access. Property access will be maintained whenever possible throughout the duration of the construction. When there are multiple access points to a property, they will never both be obstructed at the same time. If the contractor does need to temporarily block access to a property, the City will work with the property owner to schedule a time that is least disruptive.


In order to complete the work in a safe manner, there will be road and sidewalk restrictions within the construction work zone. Access for emergency vehicles will be maintained at all times.

Efforts are made to maintain accessibility during construction. Residents who require accommodation (level entry, longer notice, etc.) must contact the City to arrange for access during the construction period.

Traffic Management

Efforts are made to manage traffic in the area for the safety of workers, road users and residents. Road users should expect delays and increased traffic on nearby main and side streets. Efforts have been made to manage traffic in the area for the safety of workers, road users and residents. Road users should continue to obey all posted traffic signage. *Please note that timelines are subject to weather and working conditions and may change.


Parking in the active work zone is not permitted due to space requirements for construction equipment and materials. If your parked vehicle affects the construction work, it will be re-located with no charge to the owner. If your vehicle is moved, please contact parking control for its location at 416-808-2222.

Parking Violation Notice

In an effort to reduce ticketing due to construction, the City encourages communities with construction to be patient as neighbours may need to temporarily relocate vehicles. If enforcement is called, enforcement must issue a yellow parking violation notice (ticket). If you receive a yellow notice during this construction work, do the following within 15 days of the notice date:

  1. Contact the site inspector or person listed on the Construction Notice and give them the yellow notice number.
  2. Dispute the parking violation notice online or in person following the process listed on the reverse side of the parking violation notice.

You may use a construction notice as part of the explanation of why the violation should be cancelled. Please note: violation notices cannot be cancelled if vehicles are parked in illegal parking spots (i.e. in front of a fire hydrant or in no parking zones).

Garbage & Recycling

Please follow your normal routine. If required, the contractor will move bins to an appropriate location and return them. Please ensure that you label your bins with your address.


The construction work area will be restored with sod and/or asphalt where required in future stages of the work. Updates will be provided.

Transit Service

This project will affect travel times of TTC and MiWay routes to and from Kipling Subway Station that travel along Dundas Street West.