The City of Toronto is studying transportation in the downtown. The study area is bounded roughly by Lake Shore Boulevard/Harbour Street, Queen Street, Jarvis Street, and Bathurst Street. The scope extends just north of Dundas between University and Yonge.
The intent is to find short-to-medium term improvements that are possible:
… getting more out of the existing transportation infrastructure, in an attempt to make travel in the downtown less challenging and more efficient for all road users.
There will be an Open House for this study in the rotunda of Metro Hall (John Street south of King) on Wednesday, March 27 from noon to 9:30pm. The study’s website includes a link to a short survey of travel patterns.
This post will be used as a repository for updates on the study as well as comments from readers.