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. Once complete, this project will improve conditions for people walking and driving and better manage traffic flow. This Council-approved work was identified through the O’Connor Drive Avenue Study, conducted in 2012.
A Construction Notice will be mailed out at least two weeks in advance of any work. This notice will include details on the construction staging and traffic management.
Road reconstruction is planned to begin in Fall 2022.
Residents and businesses will receive a Pre-Construction and Construction Notice before work begins with more information about what to expect during construction.
To offset the impacts of the resulting parking loss to area businesses, Transportation Services has worked with Toronto Parking Authority (TPA) to identify additional paid parking spaces that could be added in the areas impacted. On July 19, 2022, City Council adopted TE34.136 and TE34.137. Together the amendments will result in approximately 72 new on-street paid parking spaces.
A Virtual Project Update Meeting was held on July 7, 2021.
Watermain replacement work on O’Connor Drive from Northline Road to Sunrise Avenue (contract 22ECS-LU-09U). Visit the Beaches-East York Profile – Construction Notices to learn more about this work.
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For further details on the improvements, please see O’Connor Drive Virtual Public Information Event Presentation
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