TTC Track Repair will Partially Close: Park Lawn Rd. + Lake Shore Blvd. W – Oct 6 – 10, 2017 [REPORT]

Posted in Construction Notices, Updates, Ward 5



The intersection of Park Lawn Road/Marine Parade Drive and Lake Shore Boulevard West in Toronto will be partially closed from Friday, October 6 at 10 a.m. to Tuesday, October 10 at 6 a.m. as the City replaces the TTC streetcar track.

Eastbound and westbound traffic on Lake Shore Boulevard West will be maintained in the curb lanes through the intersection. Southbound traffic on Park Lawn Road will be able to turn right onto westbound Lake Shore Boulevard West only. No left turns will be permitted to eastbound Lake Shore Boulevard West.

Northbound traffic on Marine Parade Drive will be able to turn right onto eastbound Lake Shore Boulevard West only. No left turns will be permitted to westbound Lake Shore Boulevard. Drivers will be able to access westbound Lake Shore Boulevard West using Silver Moon Drive.


TTC service on several routes in the area will be affected by the partial closure as noted below:

  • 501L/301 Queen buses will be maintained along regular routing.
  • 501M Queen will operate a clockwise service linking The Queensway with Lake Shore Boulevard and Park Lawn Road.
  • 145 Downtown/Humber Bay Express buses will proceed west on Lake Shore Boulevard, through the Park Lawn Road intersection
  • 66B Prince Edward buses will divert south on Prince Edward, east on The Queensway, south on Windermere Avenue, west on Lake Shore Boulevard, and north on Park Lawn Road.

More information about TTC route changes will be available at

Enhanced signage will inform drivers of the road closures and signal-timing changes on parallel roads will help manage traffic in the area. Road users should expect delays and increased traffic on nearby roads.

The City’s web-based map to help residents and visitors make their travel plans is available at Information about the City’s planned capital construction work is available at


This work is part of the City’s comprehensive, co-ordinated strategy to rehabilitate and upgrade Toronto’s roads, transit and underground infrastructure for current and future needs.

Road Resurfacing on The Queensway from High Street to Mimico Creek

Posted in Construction Notices, Updates



The City will resurface The Queensway from High Street to 110m West of Park Lawn Road. Our inspection of the road shows that it needs repaving and sections of damaged curb and sidewalk need to be replaced to bring them to a state of good repair.

Expected Start Date: November, 2017
Expected End Date: December, 2017


[OCT 2 SCHEDULE UPDATE] Queensway Bridge Rehabilitation

Posted in Construction Notices, Updates, Ward 5


There is a minor schedule delay to the completion of stage two on the Queensway bridge rehabilitation project. The last construction update notice, indicated “the existing South Kingsway southbound to The Queensway westbound ramp and The Queensway eastbound to Gardiner Expressway eastbound ramp cannot be opened until October 20, 2017”.

Unfortunately due to high water levels in Humber River and Lake Ontario this year ramp closures and associated detours must remain in place until October 30, 2017.

Road Reconstruction & Substandard Water Service Replacement on Sevenoaks Ave.

Posted in Construction Notices, Updates, Ward 5


If you live in a house on Sevenoaks Avenue, see map, in a residence that was built before the mid-1950s, your water service may be made of lead. Please read the fact sheet by clicking the link with important information about the risks of lead in drinking water, especially if someone in your house/building is pregnant, there are children under six years old, or there is an infant drinking formula made using tap water.



Sewer Main Repair by Open-Cut Method on Select Properties of Westrose Ave.

Posted in Construction Notices, Updates, Ward 5


Sewer main repair by open-cut method on Westrose Avenue from 86 Westrose Avenue to 57 Westrose Avenue. Work scheduled for September 18 – October 13, 2017. This project is part of the Council-approved Capital Works Program to renew our aging infrastructure, reduce the risk of leaks, and ensure continued long-term reliable sewer service.