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Toronto adds five new Construction Hubs

Toronto adds five new Construction Hubs

TORONTO — Toronto Mayor John Tory has announced the launch of five new Construction Hubs, a measure intended to improve road safety, reduce the impacts of construction and keep traffic moving in areas of the city with a high volume of construction activity.

The new hubs are located in the downtown core, Liberty Village, East Harbour, Lake Shore West and Lake Shore East areas. Similar to the Yonge-Eglinton Construction Hub, which was launched in 2019, each of these areas has a high density of private developments being built, a significant number of capital construction projects planned and major transit expansion projects being implemented, stated a July 27 release.

Construction Hub coordinators will conduct logistical planning of the right-of-way, review construction management plans, connect travellers with real-time information, collaborate with enforcement officers and communicate with businesses and communities in the neighbourhood.

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