Toronto budgets more than $90 million annually to ensure that its roads and sidewalks are clear and safe during the winter season.
Toronto City Councillor James Pasternak, Ward 10, York Centre is calling for the anti-Muslim hate rally that is scheduled to be held in Nathan Phillips Square on Saturday, August 11th to be cancelled and says it shows the need for an updated City of Toronto policy on hate rallies.
TTC employees will provide an update and feedback on the Wheel-Trans 10-Year Strategy with a focus on customer experience. Details will also be available on the Family of Services Pilot, Access Hubs and the Community Bus pilot routes.
The City of Toronto is considering changes to the bylaw governing fences on private property and is inviting residents to share their views at a meeting on April 4.
All southbound lanes on Allen Road from Lawrence Avenue West to Eglinton Avenue West in Toronto will be closed on Saturday, March 17 and Sunday, March 18 as a result of work by Crosslinx Transit Solutions to construct a utility service across the southbound off ramp just north of Eglinton Avenue.
Toronto allocates over $90 million annually to ensure that our roads and sidewalks are clear and safe. The City has 600 snowplows, 300 sidewalk plows and 200 salt trucks in its winter operations fleet. In addition, there are about 200 smaller pickups and dumptrucks to help keep the roads and sidewalks safe and passable during the winter season.