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Area: south of Ellesmere, east of McCowan, West of Bellamy, north of Brimorton

Request for Traffic Control Signals or Pedestrian Crossover: McCowan Road at Hurley Crescent: Transportation Services completed a study on February 20, 2019 on the above noted request. A Traffic Control Signal Warrant Study and a Pedestrian Crossover Warrant study found the installation of traffic control signals or a pedestrian crossover is not justified at this time. See full notice here.

Road Resurfacing on Ben Doran Boulevard, Ben Nevis Drive, Benary Crescent and Benlight Crescent: The City of Toronto will resume road resurfacing on Ben Doran Blvd., Ben Nevis Dr., Benary Cres., and Benlight Cres., with an expected end date of June 7, 2019. You may experience dust, noise and other inconveniences. The City will make all efforts to reduce the impacts. We appreciate your patience. Please see the full notice here.

Traffic Concerns in the Community: Please continue to contact 43 Division with all your traffic concerns by calling 416-808-4319.  I regularly advise Officers in 43 Division of traffic concerns. More voices will make sure issues are dealt with. Most recently, concerns of speeding have been reported on Bellamy Road North, Benleigh Drive, Lynnbrook Drive and surrounding roads.

Toronto Sewer Rehabilitation Programs On Benroyal Crescent: The City will be undertaking sewer rehabilitation.  This work involves the inspections of the main sewers and lateral sewers.  For each segment of sewer, the work should take up to 10 hours depending on the length of the sewer pipe being inspected. The contractor will inform residents about specific dates and type of work with at least 48 hours in advance.



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