Item - 2023.NY9.20

Tracking Status

  • This item was considered by North York Community Council on November 14, 2023 and was adopted with amendments. City Council has delegated authority for this matter to the North York Community Council and therefore, the decision is final.

NY9.20 - Bathurst Manor Neighbourhood Mobility Plan

Decision Type:
ACTION
Status:
Amended
Schedule Type:
Delegated
Ward:
6 - York Centre

Community Council Decision

North York Community Council adopted the following recommendations in the report (October 30, 2023) from the Director, Project Design and Management, Transportation Services:

 

2. North York Community Council authorize an all-way compulsory stop control at the intersection of Combe Avenue and Elder Street.

 

3. North York Community Council authorize an all-way compulsory stop control at the intersection of Clifton Avenue and Elder Street.

 

4. North York Community Council authorize an all-way compulsory stop control at the intersection of Kennard Avenue and Elder Street.

 

5. North York Community Council authorize an all-way compulsory stop control at the intersection of Pannahill Road and Elder Street.

 

6. North York Community Council authorize an all-way compulsory stop control at the intersection of Tillplain Road and Cocksfield Avenue.

 

7. North York Community Council authorize the installation of traffic calming (speed humps) and direct the City Solicitor to prepare a by-law to alter sections of the roadway to install: 

 

d. Four speed humps on Cedar Springs Grove between Wilmington Avenue (south intersection) and Wilmington Avenue (north intersection) for traffic calming purposes, generally as shown on Attachment 22, Attachment 23, and Attachment 24, dated October 2023; 

 

g. Four speed humps on Overbrook Place between Wilmington Avenue and Maxwell Street for traffic calming purposes, generally as shown on Attachment 30 and Attachment 31, dated October 2023.

 

2. Amended Attachment 1, titled Amendments to Chapter 950 by correcting the Schedule number and title to "Schedule XVIII: ONE-WAY HIGHWAYS" so that it now reads as follows:

 

TO BE ENACTED

 

CHAPTER 950 - SCHEDULE XVIII: ONE-WAY HIGHWAYS

Decision Advice and Other Information

North York Community Council referred the following recommendations back to the Director, Project Design and Management, Transportation Services, with a request that they resubmit these recommendations to the February 22, 2024 meeting of North York Community Council:

 

1. North York Community Council amend City of Toronto Municipal Code Chapter 950, Traffic and Parking, generally as outlined in Attachment 1, as amended by North York Community Council, permitting one-way, westbound travel for motor vehicles on Kennard Avenue between Wilson Heights Boulevard and Honiton Street.

 

7. North York Community Council authorize the installation of traffic calming (speed humps) and direct the City Solicitor to prepare a by-law to alter sections of the roadway to install:

 

a. Sixteen speed humps on Maxwell Street, between Sheppard Avenue West and Wilmington Avenue for traffic calming purposes, generally as shown on Attachment 12, Attachment 13, Attachment 14, Attachment 25, Attachment 26, Attachment 27, Attachment 28, and Attachment 29, dated October 2023;

 

b. Eight speed humps on Hove Street, between Sheppard Avenue West and Maxwell Street for traffic calming purposes, generally as shown on Attachment 19, Attachment 20, and Attachment 21, dated October 2023;

 

c. Six speed humps on Purdon Drive between Wilmington Avenue and Evanston Drive for traffic calming purposes, generally as shown on Attachment 32, Attachment 33, Attachment 34, and Attachment 35, dated October 2023;

 

e. Thirteen speed humps on Codsell Avenue between Bathurst Street and Tillplain Road for traffic calming purposes, generally as shown on Attachment 15, Attachment 16, Attachment 17, Attachment 18, and Attachment 36, dated October 2023;

 

f. Fourteen speed humps on Cocksfield Avenue between Bathurst Street and Tillplain Road for traffic calming purposes, generally as shown on Attachment 7, Attachment 8, Attachment 9, Attachment 10, and Attachment 11, dated October 2023

Origin

(October 30, 2023) Report from the Director, Project Design and Management, Transportation Services

Summary

The purpose of this report is to share the findings from the Bathurst Manor Neighbourhood Mobility Plan (BMNMP), a study led by Transportation Services at the request of North York Community Council. The study encompassed an assessment of existing conditions in the study area, analyses to determine appropriate changes to the streets, and a multi-staged engagement process with area residents and stakeholders.

 

This report summarizes the study findings and recommends road safety and traffic management changes that can be implemented in the neighbourhood. Recommended changes include installation of traffic calming measures, one-way travel restrictions, all-way stop controls, traffic control signals, a pedestrian crossover, and sidewalks.

Background Information

(October 30, 2023) Report and Attachments 1 to 36 from the Director, Project Design and Management, Transportation Services on Bathurst Manor Neighbourhood Mobility Plan
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2023/ny/bgrd/backgroundfile-240339.pdf

Communications

(October 13, 2023) Letter from Tina Schankula Campione (NY.Supp)
(November 6, 2023) E-mail from Suzanne Marcus (NY.Supp)
(November 6, 2023) E-mail from Wyann Ruso (NY.Supp)
(November 11, 2023) E-mail from Jennifer Kim (NY.Supp)
(November 13, 2023) E-mail from Zev Kaufman (NY.Supp)
(November 13, 2023) E-mail from Natalie Feldman (NY.Supp)
(November 13, 2023) E-mail from Paula Miller (NY.Supp)
(November 13, 2023) E-mail from Dana Oren (NY.Supp)
(November 13, 2023) E-mail from Sheila Mostyn (NY.Supp)
(November 13, 2023) E-mail from Ingrid Camhi (NY.Supp)
(November 13, 2023) Submission from Sam Jundler (NY.Supp)

Speakers

Sam Jundler
Zev Kaufman

Motions

1a - Motion to Refer Item moved by Councillor James Pasternak (Carried)

That North York Community Council refer the following recommendations back to the Director, Project Design and Management, Transportation Services, with a request that they resubmit these recommendations to the February 22, 2024 meeting of North York Community Council:

 

1. North York Community Council amend City of Toronto Municipal Code Chapter 950, Traffic and Parking, generally as outlined in Attachment 1, permitting one-way, westbound travel for motor vehicles on Kennard Avenue between Wilson Heights Boulevard and Honiton Street.

 

7. North York Community Council authorize the installation of traffic calming (speed humps) and direct the City Solicitor to prepare a by-law to alter sections of the roadway to install:

 

a. Sixteen speed humps on Maxwell Street, between Sheppard Avenue West and Wilmington Avenue for traffic calming purposes, generally as shown on Attachment 12, Attachment 13, Attachment 14, Attachment 25, Attachment 26, Attachment 27, Attachment 28, and Attachment 29, dated October 2023;

 

b. Eight speed humps on Hove Street, between Sheppard Avenue West and Maxwell Street for traffic calming purposes, generally as shown on Attachment 19, Attachment 20, and Attachment 21, dated October 2023;

 

c. Six speed humps on Purdon Drive between Wilmington Avenue and Evanston Drive for traffic calming purposes, generally as shown on Attachment 32, Attachment 33, Attachment 34, and Attachment 35, dated October 2023;

 

e. Thirteen speed humps on Codsell Avenue between Bathurst Street and Tillplain Road for traffic calming purposes, generally as shown on Attachment 15, Attachment 16, Attachment 17, Attachment 18, and Attachment 36, dated October 2023;

 

f. Fourteen speed humps on Cocksfield Avenue between Bathurst Street and Tillplain Road for traffic calming purposes, generally as shown on Attachment 7, Attachment 8, Attachment 9, Attachment 10, and Attachment 11, dated October 2023


1b - Motion to Amend Item moved by Councillor James Pasternak (Carried)

That North York Community Council adopt the following recommendations from the report (October 30, 2023) from the Director, Project Design and Management, Transportation Services

 

2. North York Community Council authorize an all-way compulsory stop control at the intersection of Combe Avenue and Elder Street.

 

3. North York Community Council authorize an all-way compulsory stop control at the intersection of Clifton Avenue and Elder Street.

 

4. North York Community Council authorize an all-way compulsory stop control at the intersection of Kennard Avenue and Elder Street.

 

5. North York Community Council authorize an all-way compulsory stop control at the intersection of Pannahill Road and Elder Street.

 

6. North York Community Council authorize an all-way compulsory stop control at the intersection of Tillplain Road and Cocksfield Avenue.

 

7. North York Community Council authorize the installation of traffic calming (speed humps) and direct the City Solicitor to prepare a by-law to alter sections of the roadway to install: 

 

d. Four speed humps on Cedar Springs Grove between Wilmington Avenue (south intersection) and Wilmington Avenue (north intersection) for traffic calming purposes, generally as shown on Attachment 22, Attachment 23, and Attachment 24, dated October 2023; 

 

g. Four speed humps on Overbrook Place between Wilmington Avenue and Maxwell Street for traffic calming purposes, generally as shown on Attachment 30 and Attachment 31, dated October 2023.


1c - Motion to Amend Item moved by Councillor James Pasternak (Carried)

That North York Community Council amend Attachment 1, titled Amendments to Chapter 950 by correcting the Schedule number and title to "Schedule XVIII: ONE-WAY HIGHWAYS" so that it now reads as follows:

 

TO BE ENACTED

 

CHAPTER 950 - SCHEDULE XVIII: ONE-WAY HIGHWAYS


Motion to Adopt Item as Amended moved by Councillor James Pasternak (Carried)
Source: Toronto City Clerk at www.toronto.ca/council