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Eastbound ramp from Gardiner Expressway to York/Bay/Yonge Streets closed as of April 17

April 6, 2017

The ramp from the eastbound Gardiner Expressway to York, Bay and Yonge Streets will be closed permanently as of Monday, April 17 at 5 a.m. The ramp will be replaced with a shorter ramp from the eastbound Gardiner Expressway to Lower Simcoe Street that will open in January 2018.

Read more: Eastbound ramp from Gardiner Expressway to York/Bay/Yonge Streets closed as of April 17

Changes to parking and turning regulations on selected Toronto streets east of downtown core

April 6, 2017          

The City of Toronto is changing the peak-period parking and turning restrictions on some sections of Queen Street east of Parliament Street as well as along Broadview Avenue and Kingston Road to help minimize traffic congestion and improve the flow of streetcars and other traffic.

Read more: Changes to parking and turning regulations on selected Toronto streets east of downtown core

Council Highlights

Toronto City Council meeting of March 28 and 29, 2017                     

 

Council Highlights is an informal summary of a selection of the decisions Toronto City Council made at its recent business meeting. The City Clerk's formal documentation is available at http://www.toronto.ca/council.

 

 

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Changes to parking and turning regulations on selected Toronto streets east of downtown core

April 6, 2017          

The City of Toronto is changing the peak-period parking and turning restrictions on some sections of Queen Street east of Parliament Street as well as along Broadview Avenue and Kingston Road to help minimize traffic congestion and improve the flow of streetcars and other traffic.

Read more: Changes to parking and turning regulations on selected Toronto streets east of downtown core

Torontonians encouraged to help protect migrating birds

April 5, 2017

Each year, tens of millions of birds make their way over and through the city of Toronto on their annual spring migration in April and May. It is estimated that during this migration, more than a million of them end up injured or dead from collisions with windows in the Toronto area.

Read more: Torontonians encouraged to help protect migrating birds