Keywest Ave Toronto, ON
going east and going west on keywest ave have stop signs But coming north on Northcliffe blvd does not stop ...the signs are both missing that said northbound cars do not stop there havs almost been so many crashes there
336-404 Shaw Street Toronto, Ontario
The yellow painted line designating the new bike lane that was installed on Shaw Street to allow cyclists to travel north against the south bound traffic is completely worn off making the use of that it very dangerous. The yellow line was the only indicator to south-bound traffic that the bike lane exists.
It needs to be repainted as soon as possible.
1998 Dundas St W Toronto, ON M6R 1W6, Canada
There are two real estate signs "property guys" signs on the south east and south west corners of dundas street west and Sorauren ave" that have been here for a couple weeks. City by-law violation please remove
2 VotesFix it! Voted!41 Ossington Toronto, ON
Ossington condos and the developer Reserve Properties have attracted citywide attention. The recent application for "109OZ" was preceded by a much smaller project at 41 Ossington: that application was approved in late 2011. The demolition/construction phase has recently begun.
It has been quite disastrous for local homeowners. As I write this, a neighbour on Bruce Street just around the corner from that construction site is on my porch. For whatever reason -- perhaps the unsettled geology of the Garrison Creek system, unreasonably forceful construction techniques, or some combination -- my neighbour's house, like others nearby as well as storefronts on Ossington, was, I have heard, dramatically shaken: and as a result of this, my neighbour has stated, significant cracks have appeared in a house that previously did not have any.
What can be done to halt ongoing construction when it is actively harming existing houses?
Kingston Rd & Guildwood Toronto, Ontario
Why do we put up with city services that do not service us? Because we elect Rob Ford and he cuts budgets so that nothing gets done. I think it was November, they did some work on Guildwood at Kingston Rd and the sensors were turned off so the lights would change. The work has been finished for almost months and the sensors have not been turned back on, creating unnecessary delays for cars on Kingston Rd and therefore increasing emissions that harm the environment.
The city pays Stacey & Guild to service these signals, but they break down and/ or reset so often, that they may as well not be there.
Other problem locations that I know of:
Kingston Rd. & Markham Rd. (always changes and always to a full walk -even at 3 AM)
St. Clair E. and Linden
Danforth Ave. & Gledhill Ave,
Danforth Ave. & Greenwood
Danforth Ave & Coxwell
Danforth Ave & Donlands
Danforth Ave & Jones
Danforth Ave & Linsmore
Danforth Ave & Monarch Park
Danforth Ave & Victoria Park
Danforth Ave & Main St.
Danforth Ave. & Woodbine
Danforth Ave. & Logan
Bloor & Brunswick
Bloor & St. George
Bloor & Bedford
Bloor & Huron
Bloor & Palmerston
Bloor & Manning
Bloor & Christie
Bloor & Shaw
Bloor & Dovercourt
Bloor & Brock
Bloor & S. Kingsway
Bloor & Royal York Road
Bloor & East Mall
Bloor & West Mall
Burnhamthorpe and Southbound 427
Also, why at the scramble signals at Bloor & Yonge & Bay & Bloor do the walk signals on a scrambe all count down to zero when one is just going to change to walk again when it gets to zero. When they do change they come back for only 20 seconds, not allowing enough time for some people to cross safely.
Please, please alleviate the unnecessary waiting at lights that need not change, not only at the lights listed above but all over the city.
While you are at it, please get rid of the delay between one light going red and the other going green. (5 seconds at Kingston Rd. & Markham Rd) It just gives idiots time to run a red and not slow down on a yellow. In Montreal there is no delay, do they have more accidents?
Fulton Avenue Toronto, Ontario
Fulton Avenue between Pape and Broadview looks like it was strewn with land mines - which have detonated. There are potholes almost everywhere. It's difficult to drive, and would be nearly impossible to safely bicycle.
Toronto Toronto, ON
It would be ideal to require contractors to post a sign indicating that they are digging the utility cut and are responsible for fixing it just like a building permit. Local residents can note the particulars if they're getting indications of future trouble with things like a permit number so you and we can track trouble easier. It would help all of us.
S. Kinsway/Queensway Toronto, Ontario
A couple of years ago an additional set of traffic lights was added for pedestrians corssing to the new streetcar stop on Queensway opposite S. Kinsway ramp. When anybody presses a button on either side of the Queensway or S. Kinsway, when the lights change all traffic stops in both directions, even though the pedestrian may be crossing only the opposite carrriageway. Can't understand why there is even a need for traffic lights at this point for anyone. Pedestrian crosswalk would be perfectly adequate for any crossing but if lights are deemed necessary then why do they have to stop traffic on the carriageway where nobody is crossing.
Additional point, when travelling east on Queensway, you can't see the light until you are nearly on it as it is hidden by the bridge. This is one place where one of the advanced warning signs might be useful, instead of having them in places where the serve no useful purpose (e.g. Gardiner exit ramp to Park Lawn)
River Street Off Bayview Extension Toronto, Ontario
there is a big hole at the corner of river street and gerrard street that is fenced off. it says construction underway but evey day i drive by and there is nothing happening. it has reduced traffic to one lane and the line up to get up river to get into gerrard street or down river street further is frustrating. what construction is being done and when will it finish?