This weekend, the City of Toronto’s contractor will be installing two temporary bridges to connect Dunn Avenue to Lakeshore Boulevard West. The crane set up will start at approximately 11:00 p.m. on Friday February 5, 2016.
While the installation of the temporary bridges will be completed over the weekend, the bridges will not reopen to vehicular traffic until March 2016.
We appreciate resident’s patience during the demolition and installation of these bridges. You will receive notice when the bridges reopen.
What to expect during construction
You will experience dust, noise and other inconveniences. The City will make efforts to reduce impacts.
Work Hours: The bridge installation will occur from 11:00p.m. to 5:00 a.m.
The remaining work will take place from 7:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., Monday to Friday,
with work after hours, overnight and on weekends as required.
Traffic Management: Efforts have been made to manage traffic in the area for the safety of workers, road users and residents. Some of these efforts include adding Local Access signs, revising traffic signal times. Road users should expect delays and increased traffic on nearby main and side streets.
Please see the attached PDF: Bridge Rehabilitation – Dunn Construction Update #2 _ward 14
You are invited to participate in a Ward 13 and Ward 14 round table discussion on the 2016 City of Toronto Budget.
This evening is an opportunity to examine the City Budget with your neighbours and begin a conversation about delivering and funding services with the 2016 City Budget.
Wednesday, February 10th 7PM–8:30PM
Bishop Marrocco/Thomas Merton School
1515 Bloor St W, 3rd Floor Staff Room
For more information contact:
Ward 14 – Councillor Perks’ Office
416 392 7919
Climate Change: Ontario’s Path Forward
Saturday, March 5th, 2016
Reichmann Family Lecture Hall, Room 1050,
UofT Earth Sciences Centre, 33 Willcocks St., Toronto (Enter from Bancroft and Huron.)
The world has become aware of the damaging effects of climate change, and is now determined to reduce its emissions of greenhouse gases. Ontario is part of this international campaign to reduceemissions.
The Government of Ontario has pledged to reduce Ontario’sgreenhouse gas emissions to 37% below 1990 totals by 2030.
How can Ontario reduce its emissions? Who are the experts whocan guide Ontario through the necessary changes in our technology?
Join these five prestigious organizations in a one-day symposium on the path to greenhouse gas reductions in Ontario.
Registration : $10.00 + EventBrite fee
Full itinerary available at:
For fee discount options (e.g. seniors and students) please contact organizer at: firstname.lastname@example.org or 647-9658636