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TO Transportation 2h
Heavy rain expected tonight and into the morning commute. Exercise caution when driving and avoid low laying roadways and underpasses. Please drive according to the weather conditions, slow down and watch for pedestrians and cyclists.
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TO Transportation 6h
- Lane restrictions are in place on Ellesmere Rd., between Morningside Ave. and Neilson Rd. Emergency repair work is in progress. Please slow down and drive safely in work zones.
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TO Transportation 12h
Transportation Services has filled 80,807 between Jan 1 - Apr 24, 2019. 6,945 were filled Apr 11 to Apr 24. . Report potholes to and online.
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City of Toronto Apr 24
Downtown Yonge Street is undergoing a renaissance. Starting today, you can share your ideas and help create a vision for one of the most recognizable, vibrant and fastest growing communities in our city.
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Code for Canada 🇨🇦 Apr 24
Check out how Code for Canada fellows are taking insights from research and applying them to how makes use of traffic data.
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John Tory Apr 24
Thanks to City staff, staff, , & for attending my monthly road closures committee meeting and working together to reduce traffic disruptions to Toronto residents and to keep our city moving.
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Get Involved Toronto Apr 24
Do you use or help someone book wheelchair-accessible taxicabs?  The is drafting an accessibility strategy as part of the Vehicle-for-Hire Bylaw Review and wants to hear from you.  Take our online survey:   Deadline: April 30
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TPS Traffic Services Apr 9
.At 50km you travel 13.9m/s = 20.85m in 1.5 seconds. You need 12.30m to stop. Double the speed. At 100km you travel 27.80m/s = 41.70m in 1.5 seconds. You’ll now need 49.21m to stop. That’s an 11 story building ^bm tkx
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Toronto Cycling Apr 24
come out to the public consultation for the proposed Scarlett Rd bike lane. Staff will be on hand to receive feedback and answer questions. When: April 29 Where: 50 Bernice Cres Time: 6:30-9pm More info:
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Toronto Cycling Apr 24
today (April 24) is the last day to provide feedback online for the Lawrence East bike lanes. The display panels and online feedback form can be found here:
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StreetARToronto Apr 23
The entrance to Feel Good Lane is finished! Many thanks to Team for a perfect mural to complete the east gateway entrance of this laneway. The Feel Good Lane project is a wonderful series of artworks and serves as an enriching addition to the local community. 💜
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TO Transportation Apr 23
Expect additional road closures to be in place this afternoon as are busy helping keep fans celebrating around safe.
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TO Transportation Apr 23
Drivers should expect significant delays on York Street, and all around , this afternoon into the evening. Get home on time for puck drop/tip-off by taking an alternate route.
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TO Transportation Apr 23
Arrive in time for tip off/puck drop by riding public transit downtown to celebrate our playoff teams!
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TO Transportation Apr 23
Transportation Services has filled 78,296 potholes between Jan 1 - Apr 22, 2019. 6,131 were filled Apr 1 to Apr 22. . Report potholes to and online.
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TO Transportation Apr 22
- Starting April 23, crews begin replacing streetcar tracks and resurfacing/repairing the road and sidewalks on McCaul St., College St. to Dundas St. W. Some nearby streets will be temporarily converted to two-way traffic.
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TO Transportation Apr 18
Watch out for the heavy rain over the next two days. Exercise caution when driving and avoid low laying roadways and underpasses. Please drive according to the weather conditions, slow down and watch for pedestrians and cyclists.
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TO Transportation Apr 18
Heading out this ? Be responsible and don't drink & drive. Take a taxi, take transit, designate a driver
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TO Transportation Apr 18
A lot of rain expected later today, which may lead to a wet/slippery afternoon commute. Drivers please reduce your speed, use extra caution especially when approaching intersections & watch for pedestrians and cyclists.
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Toronto Cycling Apr 18
Phase two of the Humber Bay Shores trail improvement starts May 6 finishing in the fall. This will include a new multi-use trail & pedestrian trail. Detours on the granular path to the south or bike lanes on Lake Shore. More info:
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