Construction Hubs are a Vision Zero measure to improve road safety and coordinate the public right-of-way around areas in the city that have a dense concentration of construction activity, including:

  • private developments, such as condo building
  • capital construction projects, such as utility, water and road works
  • transit expansion projects

Each area has a Construction Hub Coordinator who:

  • conducts logistical planning of the right of way
  • coordinates resources to manage work zones
  • supports developers, businesses and residents with “single point of contact” resolution
  • reviews and comments on Construction Management Plans
  • connects travellers with real-time information
  • forecasts changes in the neighbourhood and collaborates with enforcement officers
  • communicates impacts early and often and to key neighbourhood stakeholders

Yonge & Eglinton Construction Hub

Learn what is happening in Toronto's first Construction Hub that launched in 2019.

Downtown Construction Hub

Find out how the City is coordinating construction in the downtown core.

East Harbour Construction Hub

Learn about road safety and construction coordination in the East Harbour area.

Liberty Village Construction Hub

Learn about road safety and construction coordination in the Liberty Village area.