Roads and Traffic - Toronto - Construction

May. 16, 2017

At a cost of $280,000 to the city, the work will be completed two months early - CBC/Martin Trainor

May. 14, 2017

"If the pylons are still sitting there when I pass by next week; I'm just going to stop, pick them up, and move them myself #TrafficTO https://t.co/Qj6tjiYWP2"

Phil Prentice
May. 14, 2017

Looks nice in theory, but it took me 17 minutes to travel from Leslie and Eglinton to Don Mills and Eglinton between 1:00 p.m. and 1:17 p.m. on Saturday - The left turn lane shown here was sectioned off with pylons, and the Eglinton right-hand eastbound lane east of Don Mills was also sectioned off - There was ABSOLUTELY NO WORK taking place along the eastbound side of Eglinton; there were ABSOLUTELY NO OBSTRUCTIONS within the cordoned off areas east or west of Don Mills Road (no cuts or openings in the pavement, no workers, no construction vehicles, no apparent hazards of any kind) – The ONLY ACTIVE WORK TAKING PLACE at the time was on the north side of Eglinton in the westbound lanes east of Don Mills Road – I thought about stopping to take photos but there was absolutely no place to pull over and stop without further impeding traffic - My take is that the contractor is demonstrating a complete lack of responsibility and consideration for vehicular traffic and the public - I called 311 and complained and was told that it would take 2 to 3 weeks to look into the matter - I find this completely unacceptable - John Tory has consistently promised to ease traffic congestion in the city - This would be a good place to start