As the old saying goes, there are two seasons in Canada. Winter and roadwork.
Get ready for the latter.
The City of Toronto has released a list of roads they will be focusing on this summer, as we brace for the 2015 Pan Am Games.
Public Works chair Denzil Minnan-Wong says this summer is going to be busier than normal, so that traffic can move smoothly while the games are on.
When it comes to all the pot holes, he admits the asphalt the city has been using for years, may not be as good as it could be.
He says we obviously have a problem in Toronto, so they are now going to look at other cities to figure out how to build better roads.
Here's the full list:
Markham Rd from Kingston to Lawrence - July to Dec
Lawrence Ave E from Kingston to Markham - mid May to Early Nov
Victoria Park Ave from Eglinton to Lawrence - June to Oct
Wilson Ave from Bathurst to Dufferin - completed by Nov
Transit Road from the Allen to Wilson - completed by Nov
Finch Ave W from Dufferin to Signet - June to Dec
Finch Ave W from Kipling to Hwy 427 - Late June to Aug
Kipling from Bloor to Dixon - June to Nov
Parkside Dr from Lakeshore to Bloor - Aug to late Nov
Queen's Park Cres from College to Bloor - June to Nov
Wellesley St. W from Yonge to Hart House Circle - June to late Nov
Kingston Rd from Birchmount to Victoria Park - May to Nov
Richmond St. E from Church to Power - June to Sept
Lakeshore Blvd - overnight work in various locations
Bayview from Trueman to York Mills - June to Dec
Hwy 27 - Belfield intersection June - Oct