See the number of leading pedestrian intervals installed in 2018.

 

The Leading Pedestrian Interval (LPI) program provides an advanced walk signal so that pedestrians begin to cross the street before vehicles get a green signal. The purpose of LPI is to provide pedestrians an advantage over turning vehicles at intersections where it is determined that pedestrians, wishing to enter the crosswalk, were being hindered by aggressive right turns. The LPI is used to improve motorist yielding behaviour toward pedestrians in a crosswalk. The LPI is particularly helpful for older pedestrians, as they may take longer to occupy the crosswalk following the start of a “walk” indication, making them less obvious to turning motorists.

The Leading Pedestrian Phase has been initiated at the following intersections:

Last Updated: September 20, 2018

Main Street
Side Street
District
Church St Gerrard St E Toronto And East York
University Ave Adelaide St W Toronto And East York
Eglinton Ave W Northcliffe Blvd North York
Avenue Rd Balmoral Ave Toronto And East York
Mount Pleasant Rd Lawrence Ave E North York
Kingston Rd Birchcliff Ave Scarborough
Kingston Rd Warden Ave Scarborough
Kingston Rd Fallingbrook Rd Scarborough
Bloor St W High Park Ave Etobicoke York
Bloor St W Runnymede Rd Etobicoke York
Bloor St W Jane St Etobicoke York
Davenport Rd Ossington Ave Toronto And East York
Danforth Ave Birchmount Rd Scarborough
Lawrence Ave E Curlew Dr North York
St Clair Ave W Christie St Toronto And East York
Coxwell Ave Sammon Ave Toronto And East York
Coxwell Ave Mortimer Ave Toronto And East York
Pape Ave Cosburn Ave Toronto And East York
Islington Ave Norseman St Etobicoke York
Sheppard Ave W Wilmington Ave North York
Islington Ave Jutland Rd Etobicoke York
Warden Ave Manhattan Dr Scarborough
Ellesmere Rd Dormington Dr Scarborough
Bathurst St Baycrest Ave North York
Lawrence Ave E Greencrest Crct Scarborough
Davenport Rd Laughton Ave Etobicoke York
Davenport Rd Spadina Rd Toronto And East York
Kennedy Rd Munham Gt Scarborough
Martin Grove Rd John Garland Blvd Etobicoke York
Lawrence Ave E Collinsgrove Rd Scarborough
Kipling Ave Mount Olive Dr Etobicoke York
Dundas St W Huron St Toronto And East York
Davenport Rd Symington Ave Etobicoke York
Queen St W Dufferin St Toronto And East York
Neilson Rd Sewells Rd Scarborough
Lower Jarvis St The Esplanade Toronto And East York
Morningside Ave Beath St Scarborough
Lake Shore Blvd E Yonge St Toronto And East York
Ellesmere Rd Mondeo Dr Scarborough
Bathurst St Tichester Rd Toronto And East York
Wilson Ave Julian Rd North York
Neilson Rd Tapscott Rd Scarborough
Danforth Ave Byng Ave Scarborough
Kipling Ave Genthorn Ave Etobicoke York
Royal York Rd Newcastle St Etobicoke York
Dundas St W Mabelle Ave Etobicoke York
Bloor St W Brock Ave Toronto And East York
Dundas St W Howard Park Ave Toronto And East York
Dupont St Howland Ave Toronto And East York
Weston Rd Habitant Dr Etobicoke York
Weston Rd Birdstone Cres Etobicoke York
Finch Ave W Edithvale Dr North York
Markham Rd Markanna Dr Scarborough
Humber College Blvd Westmore Dr Etobicoke York
Keele St Victory Dr North York
Wilson Ave Agate Rd North York
Sentinel Rd Cook Rd North York
Steeles Ave W Gihon Spring Dr Etobicoke York
The East Mall Yarn Rd Etobicoke York
Mcnicoll Ave Milliken Blvd Scarborough

 

More intersections will be identified for leading pedestrian intervals in the future.