Toronto Congestion: 10 Cheap Fixes

1. Mandate Each Municipal Councillor to Convene A series of Meetings to Identify Low Cost Transportation Fixes in their Wards

2. Appoint Transportation Staff to Investigate all Traffic Accidents and Submit a Report on Contributing Factors Which Can Be Remediated to Prevent Future Accidents at That Location

2. Consolidate Maps Produced by Toronto Cycling, Parks & Recreation, Library, Parking Authority, Bixi and TTC into a Single Comprehensive City of Toronto Map

Investigate Intersection of Simcoe and Front Street to Identify Why Northbound Simcoe Still Dead Ends at Front Street – A Correct This Anacronism as a Precedent for Additional Road Rationalization


Convene a Committee of Toronto Traffic Reporters and Ontario and Toronto Transportation Management to Identify and Systematically


Use Hydro Corridors Crisscrossing Toronto as Rapid Transit Busways That Like York University Busway, Can Be Built Inexpensively and Quickly While Other Rapid Transit Options are Evaluated, Planned and Built


Add Multiple Stops Along Existing GO Train Lines at Every Toronto Arterial Intersection to Dramatically Boost Toronto’s Rapid Transit Options


Identify where Ontario Highways Located in Toronto Can Add On/Off Ramps Where Required

Hwy 27: Hwy 409

Hwy 400: Steeles (two ways), Sheppard, Wilson

Hwy 401: Kipling, Jane, Don Mills

Hwy 409:

Hwy 427: Dundas,

QEW/Gardiner Expressway:







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