The City of Toronto has identified its top 10 worst intersections for collisions involving cyclists, and those for other vehicles.

For cyclists, the following intersections had the highest rate of collisions over a five-year period from 2009 to 2013 (in descending order):

  1. Queen Street West at Claremont Street / Niagara Street
  2. Grace Street at College Street
  3. Shaw Street at College Street
  4. Queen Street West at Dufferin Street
  5. Spadina Avenue at College Street
  6. Davenport Road at Christie Street
  7. King Street West at Atlantic Avenue
  8. Yonge Street at Bloor Street
  9. Spadina Avenue at Harbord Street
  10. Shaw Street at Dundas Street West

For vehicle collisions, the following intersections had the highest rate of collisions over the same five-year period (in descending order):

  1. Lake Shore Boulevard at Lower Jarvis Street
  2. Lake Shore Boulevard at the Don Roadway
  3. Ellesmere Road at Bellamy Road
  4. Lawrence Avenue East at Midland Avenue
  5. St. Clair Avenue West at Old Weston Road
  6. Sheppard Avenue East and Morningside Avenue
  7. Weston Road and Lawrence Avenue West
  8. Ellesmere Road at Morningside Avenue
  9. Islington Avenue at Albion Road
  10. Lake Shore Boulevard at Spadina Avenue

The city says any collisions that occurred on private property adjacent to these intersections were not included in these figures.