Toronto

Mayor Tory's top 10 traffic congestion 'hotspots'

Mayor John Tory announced the city's 10 worst traffic congestion hotspots at Finch Avenue East and Victoria Park Avenue Monday morning.

Intersections will be targeted with special measures to ease traffic flow

Mayor John Tory included Finch Avenue East and Victoria Park Avenue as one of the city's top ten traffic congestion hotspots during an announcement on Monday morning. (CBC News)

Mayor John Tory announced the city's 10 worst traffic congestion hotspots at Finch Avenue East and Victoria Park Avenue Monday morning.  

He says the intersections will be the subject of new measures aimed at freeing up traffic flow.

Here's a complete list of the intersections on that list:

  • Eglinton Avenue West and Martin Grove Road
  • Lawrence Avenue West and Black Creek Drive
  • St. Clair Avenue East and Mount Pleasant Avenue
  • Finch Avenue and Yonge Street
  • Sheppard Avenue and Yonge Street
  • Bloor Street East and Parliament Avenue
  • O'Connor Drive and Don Mills Road
  • Eastern Avenue and Carlaw Avenue
  • Finch Avenue East and Victoria Park Avenue
  • Kingston Road and Lawrence Avenue East

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