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  • Ministry of Transportation Results-Based Plan Briefing Book 2011-12
    235 5312 Director Safety Policy Education Heidi Francis 416 235 4050 Director Regional Operations Tony Foster 416 235 3526 Director Program Development and Evaluation Paul Harbottle 416 235 4199 Executive Director RUS Modernization Predrag Maric 416 235 4827 Director Strategic Communications Change Management Mary Ferguson 416 235 3912 IT Director RUS Modernization Harp Ahluwalia 416 235 6689 ADM Provincial Highways Management Gerry Chaput 416 327 9044 Regional Director Central Lou Politano 416 235 5484 Regional Director Western Ann Baldwin 519 873 4333 Regional Director Eastern Kathryn Moore 613 545 4600 Regional Director Northeastern Eric Doidge 705 497 5500 Regional Director Northwestern Ian Smith 807 473 2050 Executive Director Asset Management Ray Mantha 905 704 2299 Director Investment Strategies Paul Lecoarer 905 704 2920 Director Chief Engineer Highway Standards Steve Cripps 905 704 2194 Director Contract Management Operations Steve Naylor 905 704 2601 Director Windsor Border Initiatives Implementation Group Fausto Natarelli 416 326 6876 ADM Corporate Services Mike Goodale 905 704 2701 Director Strategic Human Resources Alan Hogan 905 704 2688 Director Finance Jill Hughes 905 704 2702 Director Facilities Business Services Shelley Tapp 905 704 2727 Director Internal Audit Services Nancy Lavoie 905 704 2870 Director Legal Services Mary Gersht 416 235 4406 Director Communications Kimberley Bates 416 327 2117 Top of page Table of Contents Overview Measuring Performance Organization Chart Legislations Agencies Boards and Commissions Financial Informaion Appendix Annual Report 2010 11 About the Ministry Minister Bio About the Ministry Service Commitment Videos Ministry Offices Sustainability Accessibility for Ontarians Printable Forms FAQ s News Ontario Newsroom News Releases New Information House Statements Events Traveller Info Highway 401 Traffic Map Road Closures Kingston Area Ferry Schedule Road Signs High Occupancy Vehicle Lanes Highway 407 ETR Weatheroffice Driver Licensing Driver and Vehicle Licensing Driver Licensing Getting an Enhanced Driver s Licence

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  • Ministry of Transportation Results-Based Plan Briefing Book 2011-12
    responsibility for delivering any or all services relating to a road user program undefined Local Roads Boards Act The Local Roads Boards Act provides for the creation of boards to manage local roads within territories without municipal organization Metrolinx Act The Metrolinx Act establishes Metrolinx as a Crown agency whose objectives include the planning financing and development of a multi modal transportation network Ministry of Transportation Act The Ministry of transportation Act establishes the Ministry of Transportation and authorizes the Minister of Transportation to have charge over the Ministry Motorized Snow Vehicles Act The Motorized Snow Vehicles Act regulates the operation of motorized snow vehicles Off Road Vehicles Act The Off Road Vehicles Act regulates and controls off road vehicles being operated in respect of off highway use and the drivers thereof Ontario Highway Transport Board Act The Ontario Highway Transport Board Act governs the Ontario Highway Transport Board The Board oversees the intercity bus industry and issues licences required under the Public Vehicles Act Ontario Transportation Development Corporation Act The Ontario Transportation Development Corporation Act continues with share capital known as the Ontario Development Corporation for certain transit facilitation purposes Photo Card Act 2008 The Photo Card Act 2008 authorizes the issuance of three kinds of voluntary photo cards to individuals basic enhanced and combined Public Service Works on Highways Act The Public Service Works Act affects construction services It governs requests from a road authority i e city township region MTO for the relocation of public service works e g pipes telephone and hydro lines on a highway s right of way Public Transportation and Highway Improvement Act PTHIA The Public Transportation and Highway Improvement Act concerns the Ministry s obligation to maintain and repair provincial highways and provides authority to enter agreements to construct provincial highways and bridges Public Vehicles Act The Public Vehicles Act together with the Ontario Highway Transport Board Act regulates the intercity bus industry including via charter car pool and school bus Railways Act The Railways Act governs railways that arelargely superseded by the Shortline Railways Act 1995 Shortline Railways Act The Shortline Railways Act regulates the establishment of short line railways railways that operate exclusively within the province and the adoption of safety standards Toll Bridges Act The Toll Bridges Act provides the authority to designate the Burlington Bay Skyway the Fort Frances Causeway and the Welland Canal Bridge or Tunnel or any international bridge or tunnel as a toll bridge Urban Transportation Development Corporation Ltd Act The Urban Transportation Development Corporation Ltd was established by Letters Patent on October 10 1974 under the Canada Corporations Act 1980 c 72 and is authorized to provide certain transportation related indemnities Top of page Table of Contents Overview Measuring Performance Organization Chart Legislations Agencies Boards and Commissions Financial Informaion Appendix Annual Report 2010 11 About the Ministry Minister Bio About the Ministry Service Commitment Videos Ministry Offices Sustainability Accessibility for Ontarians Printable Forms FAQ s News Ontario Newsroom News Releases New Information House Statements

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  • Ministry of Transportation Results-Based Plan Briefing Book 2011-12
    licence or transportation service is the subject of a proceeding or by any interested person who applies to and is specified by the board to be a party The board has the authority to impose all costs associated with a hearing on the parties based on user pay Metrolinx The Corporation provides leadership in the development of an integrated multi modal transportation plan The transportation plan will conform with transportation policies of growth plans prepared and approved under the Places to Grow Act 2005 and comply with other provincial transportation policies and plans applicable to the regional transportation area The Corporation also acts on behalf of municipalities as a central procurement agency for the procurement of local transit system vehicles equipment technologies and related supplies and services on behalf of Ontario municipalities The corporation is also responsible for the operation of the GO Transit system and the provision of other transit related services Top of page Table of Contents Overview Measuring Performance Organization Chart Legislations Agencies Boards and Commissions Financial Informaion Appendix Annual Report 2010 11 About the Ministry Minister Bio About the Ministry Service Commitment Videos Ministry Offices Sustainability Accessibility for Ontarians Printable Forms FAQ s News Ontario Newsroom News Releases New Information House Statements Events Traveller Info Highway 401 Traffic Map Road Closures Kingston Area Ferry Schedule Road Signs High Occupancy Vehicle Lanes Highway 407 ETR Weatheroffice Driver Licensing Driver and Vehicle Licensing Driver Licensing Getting an Enhanced Driver s Licence Ontario Photo Card Getting a Driver s Licence Driver Handbooks On line Renewing a Driver s Licence Driver Training Courses Revoked Driving Schools Commercial Drivers aged 65 79 Demerit Points Driver Improvement Office DriveTest Centres Vehicle Licensing Driver and Vehicle Licensing Vehicle Licensing Insurance Coverage for Seasonal Vehicles Accessible Parking Permit Alternative Vehicles Electric Vehicles Buying or

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  • Ministry of Transportation Results-Based Plan Briefing Book 2011-12
    138 100 Road User Safety 95 659 700 9 881 500 9 4 105 541 200 Provincial Highways Management 426 772 900 62 202 200 12 7 488 975 100 Labour and Transportation Cluster 69 624 300 1 660 700 2 3 71 285 000 Total Expense to be Voted 3 133 607 100 616 149 400 24 5 2 517 457 700 Statutory Appropriations 561 474 814 46 603 500 9 1 514 871 314 Ministry Total Operating and Capital Expense 3 695 081 914 662 752 900 21 9 3 032 329 014 Consolidation Other Adjustments 1 354 741 200 612 554 100 n a 742 187 100 Total Including Consolidation Other Adjustments 2 340 340 714 50 198 800 2 2 2 290 141 914 Assets Ministry Administration 7 437 000 3 436 000 85 9 4 001 000 Assets Policy and Planning 1 000 n a n a 1 000 Assets Road User Safety 5 450 500 410 700 8 1 5 039 800 Assets Provincial Highways Management 2 124 490 600 89 242 600 4 0 2 213 733 200 Assets Labour and Transportation Cluster 1 000 n a n a 1 000 Total Assets to be Voted 2 137 380 100 85 395 900 3 8 2 222 776 000 Ministry Total Assets 2 137 380 100 85 395 900 3 8 2 222 776 000 Table 6 Ministry Operating and Capital Financial Information Continued Votes and Programs Interim Actuals 2010 11 Actuals 2009 10 Note regarding table Estimates for the previous fiscal year are re stated to reflect any changes in ministry organization and or program structure Interim actuals reflect the numbers presented in the 2011 Ontario Budget Commencing in 2009 10 the Province s minor tangible capital assets are capitalized on a prospective basis Direct comparison between 2011 12 2010 11 and 2009 10 may not be meaningful Ministry Administration 41 818 800 40 194 097 Policy and Planning 1 863 607 400 1 707 032 480 Road User Safety 103 979 600 101 929 294 Provincial Highways Management 462 732 900 490 838 076 Labour and Transportation Cluster 71 556 200 71 538 006 Total Expense to be Voted 2 543 694 900 2 411 531 953 Statutory Appropriations 509 168 519 457 124 437 Ministry Total Operating and Capital Expense 3 052 863 419 2 868 656 390 Consolidation Other Adjustments 812 439 500 585 934 513 Total Including Consolidation Other Adjustments 2 240 423 919 2 282 721 877 Assets Ministry Administration 8 990 000 9 672 850 Assets Policy and Planning n a n a Assets Road User Safety 3 978 600 n a Assets Provincial Highways Management 2 052 361 300 1 727 515 267 Assets Labour and Transportation Cluster n a n a Total Assets to be Voted 2 065 329 900 1 737 188 117 Ministry Total Assets 2 065 329 900 1 737 188 117 Access a PDF version of Table 6 Ministry Operating

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  • Ministry of Transportation Results-Based Plan Briefing Book 2011-12
    medical reports are processed annually Ontario continues to protect vulnerable road users On January 1 2010 the Ministry increased the fine for running a red light a practice that puts pedestrians and cyclists at risk The fine range is now 200 to 1 000 up from a range of 150 to 500 Working closely with our road safety partners to enhance safety During the summer of 2010 MTO worked with enforcement corporate non profit and government agency partners to develop and deliver a multi channel marketing campaign to promote the new Zero Blood Alcohol Concentration for Drivers 21 Under law The Ministry s Regional Planners work with over 150 community groups across the province to raise awareness of distracted driving through local initiatives MTO annually conducts over 8 600 senior driver Group Education Sessions 15 000 demerit point interviews and 100 000 truck inspections Continued promotion of iDRIVE ROAD STORIES an innovative youth road safety program that raises awareness among young drivers about the risks and consequences of bad driving habits In 2010 iDRIVE won both international and regional Public Affairs and Consumer Education Awards for Partnership from the American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators The Ministry invested over 4 million in firms developing technology to control drinking and driving activities Carrier safety and enforcement Each year MTO conducts approximately 100 000 commercial driver and vehicle inspections six province wide truck safety blitzes and 250 regional truck safety blitzes During RoadCheck 2010 a three day random blitz benchmarking truck safety in Canada the US and Mexico Ontario s compliance rate was 78 per cent which is a significant improvement from 1995 when the compliance rate was 56 7 per cent Each year about 2 500 carriers receive a warning letter interview audit or operating suspension due to poor road performance Approximately 80 per cent of those carriers improve their safety performance following an intervention Improve Ontario s highway bridge and border infrastructure Expanding Ontario s highways and keeping them efficient and well maintained In total MTO invested over 2 7 billion in 2010 11 on design engineering property construction and rehabilitation to repair and expand highways roads and bridges across Ontario This includes over 1 7 billion for highway and bridge construction and rehabilitation in 2010 11 Overall the rehabilitation of over 1 683 centreline kilometres of provincial highways and 102 bridges were completed in 2010 11 In addition 221 lane kilometres of new widened highway and 24 new bridges were completed In November 2010 16 kilometres of new High Occupancy Vehicle HOV lanes were opened on the QEW between Trafalgar Road in Oakville and Guelph Line in Burlington the longest stretch in the Greater Toronto Area The HOV lanes on provincial highways are designed to ease traffic congestion by moving more people in fewer vehicles Southern Ontario 2009 10 2010 11 Pavement Rehabilitation Centreline Km 313 800 Bridge Rehabilitation Reconstruction 54 71 New Highway lane km 80 90 New Bridges Built 16 4 Northern Ontario 2009 10 2010 11 Pavement Rehabilitation Centreline Km 347 883 Bridge Rehabilitation Reconstruction 27 31 New Highway lane km 95 131 New Bridges Built 24 20 In 2011 12 the Ministry will continue to implement an asset management business framework to provide a structured basis for Ministry capital investment decisions This framework includes the development of new performance measures and strategies to preserve the value safety and condition of roads and bridges The Province publishes multi year plans on highway improvements to inform the public and help the construction industry plan for future work For more information visit Publications Some major accomplishments related to provincial highway construction in 2010 11 include East Completion of the widening and rehabilitation of the Scugog River Bridge on Highway 7 Lindsay Completion of two to five lane widening of Highway 7 from Highway 28 to Drummond Line Peterborough Completion of resurfacing of Highway 62 and bridge replacement from Cleveland Road to Hastings Road 620 in Ormsby for 17 4 km and Completion of the two to four lane widening of Highway A7 from Jinkinson Road to McNeely Avenue for 16 km Carleton Place West Completion of road reconstruction work passing lanes and bridge replacements on Highway 6 from Arthur to Mount Forest for 12 5 km Completion of road resurfacing intersection improvements and a truck climbing lane from Goderich to Clinton for 16 8 km and Completion of Phase 4 of the Highway 401 Windsor to Tilbury expansion from Highway 3 to Manning Road for 8 3 km Central Opening of 16 km of new HOV lanes on the QEW from Oakville to Burlington Completion of a new bridge and interchange on the Highway 406 at Merritt Road Welland Completion of road reconstruction of Highway 427 northbound express lanes from the QEW to Highway 401 including the rehabilitation of 10 bridges and Completion of road resurfacing for Highway 400 from Highway 93 to Forbes Road southbound for 10 km including the replacement of a CPR overhead bridge Northeastern Ontario Completion of the resurfacing of Highway 655 for 10 km north of Highway 101 Timmins Completion of the road reconstruction of Highway 6 for 23 km north of Highway 542 south of Little Current Completion of 29 km of road resurfacing on Highway 17 north of Highway 556 north of Heyden and Completion of the Opasatika River Bridge replacements west of Val Rita Northwestern Ontario Completion of road resurfacing including the construction of passing lanes on Highway 11 17 for 13 km from Kakabeka Falls easterly to Vibert Road Completion of the replacement of the Chukini River Bridge on Highway 105 north of Ear Falls Completion of 49 km of road resurfacing of Highway 11 from Nipigon northerly and Completion of road resurfacing on Highways 105 southerly from Red Lake and all of Highway 125 for a total of 31 km Improving traffic flow at the Windsor Detroit border Substantial completion of initial construction for The Windsor Essex Parkway including construction of two bridges and installation of a 2

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  • Ministry of Transportation Results-Based Plan Briefing Book 2006-07
    Goodale Director Construction Operations Malcolm MacLean ADM Corporate Services Robert Fleming Director Human Resources Alan Hogan Director Finance Steve Naylor Director Facilities Business Services Lesley Spinney Director Communications Kimberley Bates Director Legal Services Heidi Francis Director Internal Audit Services Charles Brown Top of page Legislation Airports Act Provincial Highways Management Bridges Act Provincial Highways Management Capital Investment Plan Act 1993 S O 1993 c 23 Part III Policy Planning and Standards Commuter Services Act Provincial Highways Management Dangerous Goods Transportation Act Road User Safety GO Transit Act 2001 S O 2001 c 23 Provincial Highways Management Highway 407 ACT S O 1998 c 28 Policy Planning and Standards Highway 407 East Completion Act 2001 S O 2001 c 23 Policy Planning and Standards Highway Memorials for Fallen Police Officers Act 2002 S O 2002 c 26 Policy Planning and Standards Highway Traffic Act Road User Safety Policy Planning and Standards Provincial Highways Management Improving Customer Service for Road Users Act 2001 S O 2001 c 18 Road User Safety Local Roads Boards Act Provincial Highways Management Ministry of transportation Act Ministry Motor Vehicle Transportation Act 1987 Canada Federal Act Delegated Responsibility Road User Safety Motorized Snow Vehicles Act Road User Safety Off Road Vehicles Act Road User Safety Ontario Highway Transport Board Act Policy Planning and Standards Ontario Transportation Development Corporation Act R S O 1980 c 358 Provincial Highways Management Public Service Works on Highways Act Provincial Highways Management Public Transportation and Highway improvement Act Policy Planning and Standards Provincial Highways Management Public Vehicles Act Road User Safety Policy Planning and Standards Provincial Highways Management Railways Act R S O 1950 c 331 as amended by S O 1968 c 113 s 1 S O 1979 c 44 S O 1986 c 64 s 61 Policy Planning and Standards Provincial Highways Management Rainbow Bridge Act 141 as amended by S O 1959 c 87 Policy Planning and Standards Shortline Railways Act 1995 Road User Safety Policy Planning and Standards Toll Bridges Act Provincial Highways Management Toronto Area Transit Operating Authority Act Policy Planning and Standards Provincial Highways Management Urban Transportation Development Corporation Ltd Act R S O 1980 c 518 Policy Planning and Standards Provincial Highways Management Not administered by MTO but have MTO involvement Fuel Tax Act Provincial Highways Management Compulsory Automobile Insurance Act Road User Safety Licence Appeal Tribunal Act S O 1999 C 12 Schedule G Road User Safety Retail Sales Tax Act Road User Safety Top of page Agencies Boards and Commissions ABCs Ontario Highway Transport Board 2006 07 Estimates 2005 06 Interim Actual Expenditures 400 000 400 593 Revenue 150 000 148 982 Greater Toronto Transit Authority GO Transit 2006 07 Estimates 2005 06 Interim Actual Operating Expenditures 39 900 000 34 100 000 Capital Expenditures 352 265 000 271 000 000 Toronto Area Transit Operating Authority 2006 07 Estimates 2005 06 Interim Actual Expenditures 451 224 200 46 518 300 Top of page Ministry Financial Information Ministry Planned Expenditures 2006 07 Ministry Planned Expenditures M Operating Expense 1 329 520 200 Capital Expense 647 146 400 Operating Assets 4 000 Capital Assets 940 490 000 Ministry Planned Expenditures by Program Name 2006 07 Program Name Ministry Planned Expenditures M Operating Expense Ministry Administration 50 207 500 Policy Planning and Standards 780 887 700 Road User Safety 153 157 300 Provincial Highways Management 292 643 600 Economics and Transportation Cluster 52 624 100 Total Operating 1 329 520 200 Capital Expense Policy Planning and Standards 535 375 400 Highways Management 111 771 000 Total Capital 647 146 400 Total Expense 1 976 666 600 Operating Assets Policy Planning and Standards 1 000 Road User Safety 1 000 Provincial Highways Management 1 000 Economics and Transportation Cluster 1 000 Total Operating Assets 4 000 Capital Assets Policy Planning and Standards 16 740 000 Provincial Highways Management 923 750 000 Total Capital Assets 940 490 000 Total Assets 940 494 000 Top of page Appendix 1 Published Results Based Plan 2005 06 Transportation is a cornerstone of economic prosperity and an enhanced quality of life Much of what we value our jobs our he alth our education and our leisure time are all affected by the quality and availability of transportation The Government s overarching objective in the transportation sector is to facilitate the free movement of goods and people throughout the province while building a sustainable system Ontario s export driven economy relies on this system to keep people and goods moving efficiently and competitively throughout Ontario and across our borders The Ministry of Transportation pursues four priorities to help deliver the government s vision for Strong Communities and a Strong Economy Investing to improve public transit Supporting economic growth through critical transportation infrastructure Promoting road safety and Enhancing public service and customer satisfaction To support these priorities MTO focuses on three strategies in 2005 06 Increasing transit ridership by making it a more attractive choice for commuters Initiatives under this strategy included Investing in the expansion of GO Transit Improving transit integration and municipal fleet renewal Developing the GTA fare card and Opening High Occupancy Vehicle Lanes on Highways 403 and 404 Strengthening services of vital public interest through the expansion and improvement of Ontario s key trade corridors and border crossings while maintaining its place as being one of the safest jurisdictions in North America Initiatives under this strategy included Investing over 1 billion province wide in highway and border infrastructure improvements In addition one time 1 2 billion investment in the province s public transit systems municipal roads and bridges through Move Ontario Creating the Windsor Border Initiative Implementation Group to improve the safe efficient and secure movement of people and goods at the Windsor Detroit border and Bill 169 the Transportation Statute Law Amendment Act 2005 New measures include legalizing the use of studded tires in Northern Ontario and improving pedestrian safety by increasing pen alties for not stopping at crosswalks and school crossings Transformation and Modernization Initiatives enabling MTO to

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  • Moving Forward with Intelligence - Message from the Minister
    recognized leader in building an effective transportation infrastructure and in developing and using new technology to enhance and improve our transportation network Innovative new technologies used in Intelligent Transportation Systems ITS will help us achieve our goal of building a safe effective and integrated transportation system that supports business growth and strong communities to help meet future needs Our current transportation system faces many challenges due to unprecedented population growth By 2031 another four million people are expected to choose Ontario as their home Add to this the economic realities of just in time delivery and the increased need for border security and it is obvious we must look at new and innovative ITS solutions to meet our transportation needs With ITS we can manage traffic more effectively improve public transit and maintain our highways better Moving Forward with Intelligence Ontario s Intelligent Transportation Systems Strategy provides a framework for these improvements The strategy combines short term solutions such as integrated ticketing systems for transit with longer term improvements using enhanced technology to meet future demands Our government is committed to reducing congestion increasing transit ridership improving road safety and establishing more efficient border crossings Planning for the future begins

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  • Moving Forward with Intelligence - Introduction
    is manually driven You jump on the local transit bus use your fare card so you don t fumble for change and travel to the heart of the city for work without having to worry about transfers You drive a commercial vehicle to the United States without delays at the border because you ve been pre cleared verified and issued a time slot to pass through customs You approach a curve in the highway and your car is alerted to ice ahead so you can adjust to the road conditions in time You travel to an area you aren t familiar with and need gas and something to eat so you ask your traveller information service and get directions without ever taking your hands off the wheel or looking at a map On your drive home from work you relax listening to the radio knowing your car will handle the drive for you and adjust your route as needed to get around any congestion Sound too good to be true It s a lot closer than you might imagine The tremendous evolution in computing and telecommunications capabilities is opening up new service models previously unheard of It is now up

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