The City of Toronto will be widening Port Union Road from Lawrence Avenue East to Island Road. Works will include:
Once complete, this project will improve conditions for people walking, cycling, and driving, and better manage traffic flow.
Enbridge will begin work on relocating a gas main on Port Union Road between Ravine Park Crescent and Conference Boulevard. This work has begun on July 12 and is scheduled to be completed by August 6. If you have any questions about this work please contact Jody Langdon from NPL Canada Ltd at 905-693-5449.
A Virtual Public Information Event was held on Monday, May 10 2021 from 6:30 p.m. – 8 p.m.
The Environmental Assessment (EA) for this project was planned and approved in 2004. A subsequent EA Addendum (update) was completed and approved in 2015 and made changes to the original study design in order to reduce property and community impacts.
The Addendum (update) to the 2004 ESR was approved by the Ministry of Environment and Climate Change (MOECC) in August 2015.
In consultation with the community as directed by City Council in 2004, the preferred design has been modified in order to reduce property and other impacts to the community, and to meet current City standards and practices. The updated preferred design provides the same level of service as the original design, but includes the following changes:
To view the Environmental Assessment Addendum Report, contact Steven Ziegler at 416-392-2896 or Steven.Ziegler@toronto.ca.
This Environmental Assessment Study was completed in early 2004 and identified a preferred design which included:
In 2017, the City conducted field investigations including a survey of the area and analysis of soil samples in various locations along Port Union Road to confirm ground conditions. Based on the results, the City is developing the project design. Once the design is finalized, the City will provide further details on a construction start date.
As part of the Port Union Road Improvements project, site investigations to locate gas mains will take place at several locations along Port Union Road. Testing is done so the design and planned work will not affect existing gas mains. This work will commence on Tuesday, February 19 and is expected to take between three and seven days to complete. For additional information, please view the work notice below.
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