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  • Toronto Centreline (TCL)

    The Toronto Centreline is a data set of linear features representing streets, walkways, rivers, railways, highways and administrative boundaries within the City of Toronto. Each...
  • Street Furniture - Information Pillar-Wayfinding Structure

    The City of Toronto entered into a 20-year contractual agreement with Astral Out-of-Home in 2007 for the installation and maintenance of up to 25,000 street furniture elements...
  • Automated Speed Enforcement Locations

    Automated Speed Enforcement (ASE) is an automated system that uses a camera and a speed measurement device to detect and capture images of vehicles travelling in excess of the...
  • Street Furniture - Transit Shelter

    The City of Toronto entered into a 20-year contractual agreement with Astral Out-of-Home in 2007 for the installation and maintenance of up to 25,000 street furniture elements...
  • Street Furniture - Publication Structure

    The City of Toronto entered into a 20-year contractual agreement with Astral Out-of-Home in 2007 for the installation and maintenance of up to 25,000 street furniture elements...
  • Street Furniture - Public Washroom

    The City of Toronto entered into a 20-year contractual agreement with Astral Out-of-Home in 2007 for the installation and maintenance of up to 25,000 street furniture elements...
  • Street Furniture - Poster Structure

    The City of Toronto entered into a 20-year contractual agreement with Astral Out-of-Home in 2007 for the installation and maintenance of up to 25,000 street furniture elements...
  • Street Furniture - Poster Board

    The City of Toronto entered into a 20-year contractual agreement with Astral Out-of-Home in 2007 for the installation and maintenance of up to 25,000 street furniture elements...
  • Street Furniture - Litter Receptacle

    The City of Toronto entered into a 20-year contractual agreement with Astral Out-of-Home in 2007 for the installation and maintenance of up to 25,000 street furniture elements...
  • Street Furniture - Bicycle Parking

    The City installs bicycle post-and-rings within the public right-of-way, typically on City of Toronto sidewalks and boulevards, wherever public bicycle parking facilities are...
  • Street Furniture - Bench

    The City of Toronto entered into a 20-year contractual agreement with Astral Out-of-Home in 2007 for the installation and maintenance of up to 25,000 street furniture elements...
  • Clothing Drop-Box Locations

    This dataset provides information on the location and operators of permitted clothing drop boxes. The Clothing Drop Box by-law ensures that the public is aware of where used...
  • Licensed Child Care Centres

    A dataset of all Licensed Child Care Centres in the City of Toronto including their capacities by age group. Projection: Unprojected Lat Long, NAD27 datum Website...
  • EarlyON Child and Family Centres

    EarlyON Child and family centres offer free programs to parents/caregivers and their children from birth to six years of age. These centres welcome all families to participate...
  • Bikeways

    The Toronto bikeways data is contained in the CP_TYPE column of the enhanced Toronto Centreline (TCL). The enhanced TCL stores linear features representing transportation...
  • Pedestrian Network

    The Pedestrian Network (pednet) was created by the DAV team at the City of Toronto, and it is based on the sidewalk inventory from Transportation Services, Toronto road...
  • School Safety Zone Watch Your Speed Program – Locations

    The WYSP uses devices called speed display signs or driver feedback signs which contain a radar device and an LED display. These signs are installed on a dedicated wooden pole....
  • Site and area Specific policies

    Throughout the City are sites and areas that require policies that vary from one or more of the provisions of the Official Plan and may require a further layer of local policy...
  • Secondary Plans

    Secondary Plans are more detailed local development policies to guide growth and change in a defined area of the City.
  • Red Light Cameras

    This dataset indentifies the intersections in Toronto where red light cameras are located.