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TO Winter Operations 9h
Salters are out on main roads this morning in response to some light flurries. Salting will continue through the am rush hour.
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TO Transportation Nov 19
Want to make history in the new Etobicoke Centre? The invites you to help name 3 new streets that will be created with the redesign of Interchange. Submissions are open until Dec 9. More info:
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TO Transportation Nov 19
Join us on the corridor for a series of Winter Warm-Up events including pop-up fun with warming stations, music, hot chocolate & cider! Learn more @
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TO Transportation Nov 18
Today we remember the 1.3 million lives lost on the world’s roads each year. Road traffic crashes are preventable. Share your story as we honor loved ones lost and work to end road traffic deaths and injuries.
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TO Winter Operations Nov 16
Salting & plowing of high volume sidewalks will be completed by approximately 7pm this evening.
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StreetARToronto Nov 16
Exciting to see the awesome in progress by located on the concrete barrier wall on Rogers Road at Blackthorn Ave. Warm colours on a cool day!
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Bryn Nov 16
Great discussion today about women in leadership at Metro Hall. Thank you to the panelists and the Women in Construction Network!
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TO Transportation Nov 16
A mix of rain and snow still in the forecast. Motorists reduce your speed and drive according to weather conditions. Please slow down and watch for pedestrians & cyclists. Pedestrians & cyclists please be extra careful when navigating the slushy streets and sidewalks.
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TO Transportation Nov 16
Snow expected throughout the day. Drivers, pls keep a safe distance behind salt trucks and snow plows. Follow for updates & visit to track real-time street salting & plowing in your area!
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TO Winter Operations Nov 16
Equipment has been out overnight on the Martin Goodman Trail, Humber Bay Waterfront Trail and separated bike lanes. Operations will continue through the morning rush hour.
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TO Winter Operations Nov 16
Sidewalk plowing and salting commenced at approx 2am on high volume routes and will continue through the am rush hour.
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TO Winter Operations Nov 16
Salting operations have continued overnight. Two to three rounds have been applied to main roads and one round to local roads. Will continue though the am rush hour
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TPS Traffic Services Nov 16
Breaking news.... The white stuff on the ground will require to be cleared off your vehicle, will cause drivers to leave more time and will slow you down. You can overcome this substance by slowing down and leaving more space between you and the vehicle in front. ^bm
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TO Transportation Nov 15
Snow expected throughout the evening and into the morning commute. Drivers, pls keep a safe distance behind salt trucks and snow plows. Follow for updates & visit to track real-time street salting & plowing in your area!
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TPS Traffic Services Nov 15
Replying to @TrafficServices
Salter on scene at Sheppard and Canyon, roads will reopen shortly
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TPS Traffic Services Nov 15
Driving conditions are poor,drivers not adjusting to road/weather conditions. Slow down,leave extra space. Sheppard Avenue both directions closed between Canyon and Easton due to ice,avoid area
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TO Winter Operations Nov 15
Salters are currently out on the Humber Bay Waterfront Trail and the Martin Goodman Trail. Salting will continue through the evening and overnight.
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City of Toronto Nov 15
's first snowfall! Consider taking public transit. If you do drive, drive according to the weather conditions: - reduce your speed - use extra caution - don't get distracted - watch for pedestrians & cyclists.
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TO Transportation Nov 15
Where's my plow?? Snow expected throughout the evening and into the morning commute. Learn more about the Levels of Snow Clearing Service @ Track real-time plowing & salting operations @
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TO Winter Operations Nov 15
Salting operations on main roads have roads have commenced and will continue through the pm rush hour. Please be patient as your commute home may take longer than expected.
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