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  • Ministry of Transportation Annual Reports: 2002-2003/2003-2004
    we will keep working to improve road safety through legislation education outreach and enforcement programs Enhancing Public Service and Customer Satisfaction MTO is improving customer service delivery by expanding customer access to products and services on the internet and by telephone Top of page Annual Report 2003 2004 Public Transit The Ontario Transit Vehicles Program provided funding for fleet expansion renewal and refurbishment A new yield to bus regulation improved transit service reliability An agreement in principle was struck with the federal government and the City of Toronto to provide transit funding worth 1 billion to the Toronto Transit Commission over five years Road Safety Road safety was supported through partnerships with police services and various safety groups Activities included 12 province wide truck safety blitzes Major seatbelt safety campaigns in the spring and fall Allowing municipalities to use red light camera technology to enhance enforcement and traffic safety on municipal roads Enhanced Services Changes to ministry products and services included outsourcing driver examination services to a private sector partner Highway Investment The ministry invested almost 1 billion in highway infrastructure projects across the province Investments included Widening Highway 8 from the Kitchener Waterloo Expressway to Fergus Avenue Highway 420 reconstruction through Niagara Falls Construction of a new Highway 410 alignment in Brampton Opening new Bus Bypass Shoulders on Highway 403 through Mississauga Highway 7 reconstruction from Highway 134 to Norwood Highway 69 alignment between MacTier and Parry Sound Twinning Highway 11 between Trout Creek and South River Construction on the new Highway 17 alignment east of Sault Ste Marie Intergovernmental Partnerships and Initiatives The province continued to work with the federal government municipalities and U S jurisdictions to improve the efficiency of Ontario s international border crossings and strategic trade corridors through Joint federal provincial funding of 336 million for 10 highway improvement projects in Ontario through the Strategic Highway Infrastructure Program The Let s Get Windsor Essex Moving strategy a 300 million five year joint agreement with the federal government and the City of Windsor for improvements to the Windsor Detroit gateway Ministry Expenditures millions 2003 2004 Actual Operating 800 Capital 797 Staff Strength as of Mar 31 2004 4 215 6 NOTE Starting in 2002 2003 major tangible capital assets owned by provincial ministries land buildings and transportation infrastructure are accounted for on a full accrual accounting basis Other tangible capital assets owned by provincial ministries will continue to be accounted for as expense in the year of acquisition or construction All capital assets owned by consolidated government organizations are accounted for on a full accrual basis Top of page Annual Report 2002 2003 Public Transit The ministry invested in public transit through programs such as The Ontario Transit Renewal Program Transit Investment Partnerships Golden Horseshoe Transit Investment Partnerships Road Safety MTO s road safety agenda included Three province wide truck safety blitzes Seatbelt safety campaigns in the spring and fall Launching the Ignition Interlock Program to combat drinking and driving Extending the red light camera pilot

    Original URL path: http://www.mto.gov.on.ca/english/pubs/annual_0203-0304.shtml (2014-08-11)
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  • Results-Based Plan 2010-11
    This work includes conducting long term planning necessary to ease traffic congestion in urban areas and facilitate the movement of people and goods along our highways and across our borders This division is also responsible for management of transit policy and programs including the ministry s relationship with the province s transit agency Metrolinx Road User Safety plays a central role in ensuring Ontario retains its distinction as one of the safest road jurisdictions in all of North America Road User Safety works with many partners to improve mobility and road safety by promoting and regulating responsible driving behaviour and enforcing laws regarding commercial vehicles Provincial Highways Management supports the ministry s commitment to providing a safe efficient reliable transportation system by overseeing the operation maintenance engineering construction and program administration functions for the provincial highway network The division oversees year round highway maintenance and protects public investment in highway infrastructure The division also provides airport services in 29 remote northern communities and ferry programs and services in communities such as Pelee Island Economics and Transportation Cluster provides Information and Information Technology I IT services to the Ministry of transportation as well as the Ministries of Economic Development and Trade Labour Research and Innovation and Consumer Services and partners and stakeholders inside and outside government Ministry Organizational Chart as of April 1 2010 Access a PDF version of the MTO organization chart or see below for a text version of the organization chart Minister Honourable Kathleen Wynne Ontario Highway Transport Board Chairperson Gary Stanley Metrolinx Chairperson Robert MacIsaac Parliamentary Assistant Liz Sandals Deputy Minister Bruce McCuaig 416 327 9162 ADM Policy Planning Scott Thompson 416 327 8521 Director Transit Policy Andrew Posluns 416 585 7347 Director Transportation Planning Pat Boeckner 416 585 7238 Director Transportation Policy Linda McAusland 416 585 7177 Director Strategic Policy Transportation Economics David Ward 416 212 1893 Chief Information Officer Economics Transportation I IT Cluster Ken Kawall 416 327 1955 Director RUS Solutions Bob Stephens 416 235 5209 Director Highways Economics Solutions Howard Bertrand 905 704 2488 Director Service Management Dani Danyluk 905 704 2834 Director Strategy Resource Planning Michael Anderson 416 327 5314 Project Director Integrated Ticketing System Jeffrey Young 416 869 3600 extension 5162 ADM Road User Safety Robert Fleming 416 235 4453 Director Road User Safety Modernization Project Linda Dunstall 416 235 4628 Director Carrier Safety Enforcement Peter Hurst 905 704 2501 Director Licensing Services Paul Brown 416 235 4392 Director Organizational Development Shelley Unterlander 416 235 4769 Director Service Delivery Partnerships Kim Lambert 416 235 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 Brian Gaston 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 Larry Lambert 807 473 2050 Executive Director Asset Management Ray Mantha 905 704 2299 Director Investment Strategies Steve Cripps 905 704 2920 Director Chief Engineer Highway Standards Gerry Chaput 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 Lesley Spinney 905 704 2727 Director Internal Audit Services Charles Brown 905 704 2870 Director Legal Services Mary Gersht 416 235 4406 Director Communications Kimberley Bates 416 327 2117 Legislation Act and MTO division where legislation resides Airports Act Provincial Highways Management Bridges Act Provincial Highways Management Capital Investment Plan Act 1993 S O 1993 c 23 PART III Policy and Planning Dangerous Goods Transportation Act Road User Safety Highway 407 Act S O 1998 c 28 Provincial Highways Management Highway 407 East Completion Act 2001 S O 2001 c 23 Provincial Highways Management Highway Memorials for Fallen Police Officers Act 2002 S O 2002 c 26 Provincial Highways Management Highway Traffic Act Road User Safety Policy and Planning Provincial Highways Management Improving Customer Service for Road Users Act 2001 S O 2001 c 18 Road User Safety Local Boards Roads Act Provincial Highways Management Metrolinx 2006 S O c 16 Policy and Planning 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 and Planning Ontario Transportation Development Corporation Act R S O 1980 c 358 Provincial Highways Management Photo Card Act 2008 S O 2008 c 17 Road User Safety Public Service Works on Highways Act Provincial Highways Management Public Transportation and Highway Improvement Act Policy and Planning Provincial Highways Management Public Vehicles Act Road User Safety Policy and Planning 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 and Planning Provincial Highways Management Shortline Railways Act 1995 Policy and Planning Toll Bridges Act Provincial Highways Management Toronto Area Transit Operating Authority Act Policy and Planning Urban Transportation Development Corporation Ltd Act R S O 1980 c 518 Policy and Planning Not Administered by MTO but have MTO involvement Fuel Tax Act Provincial Highways Management Compulsory Automobile Insurance Act Road User Safety License Appeal Tribunal Act S O 1999 c 12 Schedule G Road User Safety Retail Sales Tax Act Road User Safety Top of page Financial Information Agencies Boards and Commissions Table 4 Financial Information for Agencies Boards and Commissions Name of Agencies Boards and Commissions 2010 11 Estimates 2009 10

    Original URL path: http://www.mto.gov.on.ca/english/pubs/results-based-plan/2010.shtml (2014-08-11)
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  • Northern Ontario Highways Strategy, August 2005 - Executive Summary
    The Ontario government will invest 700 million over the next five years to expand northern highways improving safety and efficiency and boosting economic development Fifty four new bridges and 62 kilometres of new roadway will be added within the next five years For example The four laning of Highway 69 for seven kilometres between Parry Sound and Nobel is underway and should be complete in 2008 The four laning of Highway 11 for six kilometres between Emsdale and Katrine is underway and should be complete by the end of this year The Northern Ontario Highways Strategy will accelerate the completion of the four laning of Highways 11 and 69 within seven and 12 years respectively The four laning of Highway 69 is the largest construction project underway in Ontario It s estimated that 37 million cubic metres of rock and dirt will have to be moved over the course of the project That s 22 times the volume of the Rogers Centre formerly Skydome The Highway 69 Action Plan was released by the Minister of Northern Development and Mines and the Minister of Public Infrastructure Renewal in late June Improving Safety and Efficiency The 1 8 billion investment in highway improvements and expansion will make our roads safer and more efficient This will mean 1 1 billion invested in highway improvements and 700 million to expand our highways This will involve more than 100 projects such as adding new truck climbing lanes on steep hills realigning curves and adding new interchanges near major urban centres For example A northbound passing lane will be added to Highway 11 north of Highway 67 by the end of this year Two passing lane extensions are being added to Highway 17 east of Highway 94 and should be complete by 2009 An eastbound truck

    Original URL path: http://www.mto.gov.on.ca/english/pubs/nohs.shtml (2014-08-11)
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  • Northern Highways Program
    2007 Overview Text size Search Search Northern Highways Program If not automatically re directed click here english pubs highway construction northern highway 2007 index shtml Home Search Site Map Accessibility Français Contact us This site is maintained by the Government

    Original URL path: http://www.mto.gov.on.ca/english/pubs/nhp2007/index.shtml (2014-08-11)
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  • Provincial Transit Improvements
    GTA as well as other communities in central Ontario GO Transit carries 44 million passengers a year in an extensive network of train and bus services that is one of North America s premier transportation systems Since it began operating in May 1967 more than three quarters of a billion people have taken the GO Train or the GO Bus To learn more GO Transit Figures for 2002 2003 GO Transit in 2003 2004 GTA Transit Fare Card Bus Rapid Transit System GO Transit Capital Expansion Municipal Transit Renewal The province is helping municipalities renew and upgrade their transit fleets to improve their reliability reduce operating costs improve accessibility reduce emissions and improve passenger comfort To learn more 2003 Ontario Transit Renewal Allocations 2002 Transit Renewal Allocations Municipal Transit Expansion Over and above investments in renewing municipal transit systems the province is also expanding transit systems through investments in new rolling stock tracks or transit ways signal systems and related infrastructure to support service intensification or expansion including projects that introduce rapid bus systems on dedicated lanes as an intermediate step station infrastructure to support transit oriented development and inter modal transfer opportunities such as park and ride facilities and

    Original URL path: http://www.mto.gov.on.ca/english/about/transit/index.shtml (2014-08-11)
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  • 1 800 268 4686 or 416 235 4686 for the Greater Toronto Area TTY Teletypewriter users 1 866 471 8929 or 905 704 2426 in the Niagara Region Driver and vehicle licensing Feedback form Drivers and Vehicles Telephone 1 800 387 3445 or 416 235 2999 for the Greater Toronto Area You can also send a message to the Minister or consult the Ontario Government Telephone Directory See also Ministry

    Original URL path: http://www.mto.gov.on.ca/english/feedback/talktous.shtml (2014-08-11)
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  • Archive - 2009
    July 24 2009 Commuter Parking Lot and GO Buses Coming to Grimsby Highway 6 Improvements Creating Jobs Jul 17 2009 Highway Roundabout Opened Near Picton Jul 15 2009 Fallen OPP Officer Honoured In Sudbury Jul 02 2009 Improving Highway 89 Highway 11 Being Repaired In Kenora Rainy River Government Road East Being Repaired In Timmins James Bay Beaver River Bridge Being Repaired In Simcoe Grey Jun 30 2009 Stay Sober On The Water And The Road Jun 27 2009 First GO Train Arrives In Niagara Falls Jun 26 2009 Highway 6 Bridge At Grand River Being Repaired Jun 25 2009 Highway 11 Runaway Truck Ramp Now Open Jun 24 2009 Highway 401 Being Improved In Mississauga Jun 22 2009 Transit Windsor Goes Hybrid Green Jun 19 2009 Highway 21 Near Grand Bend Being Repaired Ontario Funds New Streetcars In Toronto Jun 16 2009 6th Line Bridge At 401 Being Repaired Jun 15 2009 Canada And Ontario Support Highway 8 Improvements Jun 11 2009 Province Boosts Public Transit In Brampton Province Boosts Public Transit Across Ontario Jun 10 2009 Ontario Makes Record Investment In Highways 2009 Construction Season Officially Underway Jun 09 2009 Ontario To Make Major Highway Infrastructure Announcement Jun 08 2009 Province Repairing Highway 60 Near Golden Lake Jun 02 2009 Roadcheck 2009 Checking Up On Trucks And Buses May 15 2009 Drive Soberly Slow Down May 13 2009 Sheppard East Light Rapid Transit LRT Hawkesbury Bridge On Highway 34 To Be Repaired May 12 2009 Ontario Merging GO Transit and Metrolinx May 05 2009 How To Apply For An Ontario Enhanced Driver s Licence Apply Today For Your Enhanced Driver s Licence About Ontario s Enhanced Driver s Licence May 01 2009 Ontario Helps Green Commercial Fleets April 30 2009 Ontario s New Drinking And Driving Law April

    Original URL path: http://www.mto.gov.on.ca/english/new/2009.shtml (2014-08-11)
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  • What's New Archive - 2008
    News Release QEW in Mississauga To Be Repaired September 4 2008 News Release The Government of Canada and the Province of Ontario Complete Safety and Traffic Flow Improvements to Highway 401 in London September 3 2008 News Release Vernon Lake Narrows Bridge To Be Replaced August 28 2008 News Release Go Riders Get New Stop On Stouffville Line August 26 2008 News Release Keeping School Bus Children Safe August 22 2008 News Release GO Transit On Track To Improved Service Along Lakeshore East Line includes Federal Backgrounder Provincial Backgrounder GO Transit Service Is Expanding August 15 2008 News Release Canada and Ontario Announce Start of Construction on Essex County Road 22 August 14 2008 News Release Highway 17 To Be Repaved August 5 2008 News Release Highway 401 Near Woodstock to be Widened Highway 77 Improvements Coming Soon August 1 2008 News Release Rapid Bridge Replacement Keeps Commuters Moving Visit the Clyde Avenue webpage for more information Impaired Boating Is The Same As Impaired Driving July 28 2008 News Release Ontario Looks Into Low Speed Electric Vehicle Use July 25 2008 News Release Bus Rapid Transit Paves the Way For Improved Access To York University July 24 2008 News Release Canada and Ontario Sign 6 2 Billion Building Canada Infrastructure Agreement July 21 2008 News Release Ontario To Widen Highway 10 In Caledon Highway 409 Road Improvements In The Works Highbury Avenue Interchange Gets An Upgrade July 18 2008 News Release Eco Friendly Roadwork Planned For Highway 58 July 7 2008 News Release Bridge Dedicated To Fallen OPP Officer July 4 2008 News Release Major Road Repairs Planned For Highway 427 July 3 2008 News Release Ontario Improving Highway 118 This Summer June 27 2008 News Release Canada and Ontario To Widen County Road 22 Move Over For Emergency Vehicles June 26 2008 News Release Provincial Gas Tax Funds Support Parry Sound Transit June 25 2008 News Release Environmental Approvals For Transit Fast Tracked June 20 2008 News Release Sherman Brown Bridge In Chatham Kent To Be Repaired June 18 2008 News Release Binational Effort One Step Closer To a New Border Crossing Between Windsor and Detroit June 16 2008 News Release Ontario To Limit Truck Speed June 13 2008 News Release Partnership Means Cost Savings For Municipalities and Taxpayers June 10 2008 News Release New Transportation Study Underway Between Brantford and Cambridge June 3 2008 News Release Ontario Introduces Passport Alternative Ontario Tests Trucks And Buses During Roadcheck 2008 June 3 2008 Enhanced Driver s Licence EDL Photo Cards May 30 2008 News Release New French Slogan Licence Plate for Passenger Vehicles Ontario Introduces French Licence Plate May 27 2008 News Release Bridge Work Planned On Highways 3 and 6 May 26 2008 News Release Ontario s Road Construction Season Starts May 16 2008 News Release Ontario Improving Accessible Parking For Motorcyclists Ride Safely Both On and Off The Road Ontario s Traffic Fatalities Drop May 15 2008 Update The Official Road Map of Ontario May 9 2008 News

    Original URL path: http://www.mto.gov.on.ca/english/new/2008.shtml (2014-08-11)
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