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New web page lists Toronto road closures
The City of Toronto has created a new web page that lists all planned construction on main roads.
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The City of Toronto has created a new web page that lists all planned construction on main roads. 

The site gives information on the location of construction, the number of lane closures, and the scheduled length of time.

"This online information will help residents and visitors alike as they make plans to travel in the city," said Mayor Rob Ford says in a statement. "This information will also give people a sense of the extent of work the City is doing across Toronto to improve the transportation infrastructure as part of our ongoing focus on fighting traffic congestion."

The list will not include emergency work being down by utility or phone companies, or any private construction. 

You can find the new web page at http://www.toronto.ca/roadclosures.

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The City of Toronto has created a new web page that lists all planned construction on main roads. 

The site gives information on the location of construction, the number of lane closures, and the scheduled length of time.

"This online information will help residents and visitors alike as they make plans to travel in the city," said Mayor Rob Ford says in a statement. "This information will also give people a sense of the extent of work the City is doing across Toronto to improve the transportation infrastructure as part of our ongoing focus on fighting traffic congestion."

The list will not include emergency work being down by utility or phone companies, or any private construction. 

You can find the new web page at http://www.toronto.ca/roadclosures.

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