Toronto is facing unprecedented public and private construction on its roads. This often causes frustration for drivers, business owners and residents as pressure is placed on alternative transportation routes when lanes of traffic are reduced to accommodate this work.

In 2017, the City invested more than $700 million to maintain and improve its core infrastructure, including about $310 million on roads, expressways and bridges, $310 million on sewers and watermains, and $70 million on basement flooding protection in order to enhance Toronto residents’ quality of life.