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Monthly Archives: March 2012
Maybe somebody owes you money or maybe somebody is suing you but you are taking aback for the legal and courts fee you have to pay in order to make a claim or defend yourself in Small Claims Court. At … Continue reading
If you would like a traffic signal to be installed in your neighbourhood, all you have to do is pick up the phone. One call to Transportation Services (or your local Councilor) is all it takes to start the process … Continue reading
Keeping city streets safe for everyone is an important responsibility for the City’s Transportation Services staff. Using measures to “calm” the traffic is one way to help do this effectively. Traffic calming is a term used to describe a combination … Continue reading
Getting to the scene of a fire or another emergency situation as quickly and safely as possible means saving lives. That’s the reason the City of Toronto has put in place a system to allow the fire division to temporarily … Continue reading
Crossing the street safely is one of the goals of the City’s Transportation Services Division. The best way to do it is to use the buttons found at Toronto intersections and follow the pedestrian signals accordingly. Here’s how the buttons … Continue reading
A pedestrian countdown timer is a flashing timer which signals the number of seconds remaining during the pedestrian crossing phase at a signalized intersection. Generally, countdown timers are installed with the “ped head” walk signal. The device is intended to … Continue reading
New lights being installed at the City of Toronto traffic signals have resulted in significant energy savings and a reduction of carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions. The technology called LED (Light Emitting Diode) have been installed in all vehicle and pedestrian … Continue reading
Traffic Tickets Toronto: New Lighting System on DVP and Allen Expressway Improves Safety, Saves Money
“Seeing is believing” and helping people see better when they are driving on the Don Valley Parkway and the Allan Expressway was one of the goals of a recently completed lighting project on those two major roads in Toronto.
With the City of Toronto growing and more cars on our streets, traffic congestion is a major challenge in our community. Click here to learn more about how the city balances the needs of all road users.