City-led construction is considered an essential service by the Province of Ontario and is necessary municipal work to ensure Toronto’s infrastructure remains safe, in a state of good repair and able to meet Toronto’s needs now and in the future.

The City takes an active approach to coordinating construction to reduce prolonged disruption to local residents and the travelling public. Where possible, staff consider all the potential construction needs of a particular area and liaise with outside agencies such as the TTC, Toronto Hydro and utility companies to coordinate their construction needs and plan how to complete the work together in stages or at the same time.

Construction Coordination

Learn about the steps the City takes to coordinate construction.

Construction Myths

Find a few of the most common construction myths about the City.

Types of Construction Work

Information about the type of construction work taking place in the city.

Construction Hub Coordination

A Vision Zero measure to improve road safety and coordinate the public right-of-way around areas that have a high concentration of construction activity.