Roads & Paving
Toronto to spend $270 million on roads
By Andrew Macklin
May 4, 2015 – Canada’s largest city will spend $270 million this year on the construction and rehabilitation of its roads, highways, and bridges.
According to a report from the CBC, the construction work will include several key arteries throughout the city, while attempting to minimize the impact on residents’ daily commute. Some of the key projects include section of the Gardiner Expressway and Highway 27, as well as stretches of Lawrence, Dufferin, Bayview and Sherbourne to name a few.
In total, the city will spend $550 million on infrastructure work in 2015, with $230 million committed to work on sewers and watermains and an additional $62 million for basement flooding protection.
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