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  • Ministry of Transportation 2007-2008 Accessibility Plan
    AODA legislative requirements Timeframe The communication strategy was approved in January 2007 Presentations to various management committees were made during the summer of 2007 Top of page Built Environment Commitment Continue to work with Ontario municipalities to assist in improving and renewing their municipal transit systems and assessing whether their transit vehicle management plans are consistent with the requirements as set out in ODA Status Complete Action Under the new Ontario Bus Replacement Program OBRP MTO will provide a total of 50 million to Ontario municipalities towards municipal replacement buses in calendar year 2007 The OBRP will provide funding for both conventional and specialized transit buses for persons with disabilities All replacement buses purchased under the OBRP must be fully accessible Timeframe During the last week of November 2006 municipalities received notice of their 2007 funding under the OBRP Commitment Work closely with building management during construction to re shape the front yard of the MTO St Catharines building to resolve insufficient accessible parking spaces Status Deferred Action The request to city council has been referred back to the city services for review Timeframe October 2006 to September 2007 reporting period Rationale The City of St Catharines is considering changing the current one way street to two way which is affecting the entire plan Commitment Work closely with building management to retrofit the front entrance of the St Catharines building to allow for easier access by people with disabilities Status In progress Action Two sets of external doors were upgraded to improve access to the building Work is completed for the King Street and Carlisle Street entrances Work for the St Paul Street entrance started in June 2007 with a completion date in December 2007 Timeframe Work for the King Street and Carlisle Street entrances was completed May 2007 Rationale Two additional entrances were added to this renovation plan thus increasing the magnitude of this project Commitment An accessible pedestrian signal APS will be installed during the installation of a traffic signal on Highway 41 in Northbrook Status Complete Action The APS was installed and tested and minor adjustments were done The Canadian National Institute for the Blind offered an APS training session to local residents The township reeve praised MTO for doing a fantastic job and believes that this traffic control system will significantly impact on safety in Northbrook Timeframe The project was completed in November 2006 A training session was scheduled on November 28 2006 and an invitation to attend the training session was posted in several places including local businesses seniors homes doctors offices and community service buildings as well as advertised in local newspapers Commitment Distribute a barrier free checklist to MTO managers Status Complete Action A barrier free checklist for an office environment was developed and distributed to MTO managers and was posted on the ODA intranet site Timeframe The barrier free checklist was distributed and posted summer 2007 Top of page Acts and Regulations Policies and Directives Commitment Review and update the MTO Directive pertaining to Carpool Parking Facilities Status Complete Action An inventory and audit of the MTO carpool lots was done Highway Design Bulletin 2007 02 for Carpool Parking Facilities Accessible Parking Spaces for Persons with Disabilities was widely distributed It provides new design direction and specification on parking spaces for persons with disabilities for all new or expanded ministry carpool parking facilities in accordance with the Standards for Barrier Free Design of Ontario Government Facilities Timeframe The carpool lots audit was conducted in the fall of 2006 The Highway Design Bulletin was issued and implemented spring of 2007 Commitment Develop a policy on accessibility at ministry Public Information Centre events as part of an ongoing update to the Class Environment Assessment process Status Complete Action The policy was developed and communicated through the Environmental Coordinating Committee members who are the leads for providing support to all Public Information Centres The policy is now ministry practice and it will be included in the Class Environment Assessment when it is next updated Timeframe October 2006 to September 2007 reporting period Top of page Ongoing Accessibility Improvement Initiatives Over the past few years MTO has achieved a wide range of our accessibility goals We continue to build on these achievements in order to create a fully inclusive society This section provides a status report of ongoing initiatives and the many benefits Commitment Support the Accessibility Directorate of Ontario ADO in its efforts to meet requirements under AODA with respect to accessibility standards for customer service employment communications and information built environment and transportation Status Ongoing Action MTO supported ADO as follows MTO continued to actively participate on the Assistant Deputy Ministers Implementation Committee As the lead ministry on the Transportation Standards Development Committee MTO provides a major contribution to the proposed transportation accessibility standards In addition to actively participating in all scheduled committee meetings the MTO representative liaised with program area experts ensuring comments of time sensitive materials for review are captured MTO is active on the Built Environment Standard Development Inter ministerial Committee As required MTO provided coordinated comments on various documents MTO provided coordinated feedback to the proposed customer service accessibility standard the employment related documents the information and communications related documents MTO participated in various facets in developing the OPS accessibility leadership strategy Timeframe October 2006 to September 2007 reporting period Commitment Add the MTO INFO General Inquiry teletypewriter TTY numbers to publications at reprint Status Ongoing Action MTO INFO General Inquiry TTY numbers were added to publications at reprint Timeframe October 2006 to September 2007 reporting period Commitment Provide guidance assistance and direction as needed to service providers with respect to customer service Status Ongoing Action Training on serving customers with disabilities was provided to 178 private issuers as well as 157 key employees who provided positive feedback on the evaluation form Some said the disability awareness portion of the training was the most valuable information they received Timeframe Eleven training sessions were held between November 2006 and January 2007

    Original URL path: http://www.mto.gov.on.ca/english/pubs/access07.shtml (2014-08-11)
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  • Ministry of Transportation Results-based Plan Briefing Book 2013-14
    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 Selling a Used Vehicle Personalized Plates Replacing Plates and Stickers Trucks and Buses Manuals and Guidelines Information Products and Services Tools and Links Public Transit Public Transit in Ontario GO Transit Presto Metrolinx Explore Government Ontario ca Premier of Ontario Aboriginal Affairs Agriculture Food and Rural Affairs Attorney General Children and Youth Services Citizenship Immigration and International Trade Community and Social Services Community Safety and Correctional Services Economic Development Employment and Infrastructure Education Energy Environment and Climate Change Finance Francophone Affairs Government and Consumer Services Health and Long Term Care Intergovernmental Affairs Labour Municipal Affairs

    Original URL path: http://www.mto.gov.on.ca/english/pubs/results-based-plan/2013/index.shtml (2014-08-11)
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  • Ministry of Transportation, Results-Based Plan Briefing Book 2012-13
    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 Selling a Used Vehicle Personalized Plates Replacing Plates and Stickers Trucks and Buses Manuals and Guidelines Information Products and Services Tools and Links Public Transit Public Transit in Ontario GO Transit Presto Metrolinx Explore Government Ontario ca Premier of Ontario Aboriginal Affairs Agriculture Food and Rural Affairs Attorney General Children and Youth Services Citizenship Immigration and International Trade Community and Social Services Community Safety and Correctional Services Economic Development Employment and Infrastructure Education Energy Environment and Climate Change

    Original URL path: http://www.mto.gov.on.ca/english/pubs/results-based-plan/2012/index.shtml (2014-08-11)
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  • Ministry of Transportation Results-Based Plan Briefing Book 2011-12
    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 Selling a Used Vehicle Personalized Plates Replacing Plates and Stickers Trucks and Buses Manuals and Guidelines Information Products and Services Tools and Links Public Transit Public Transit in Ontario GO Transit Presto Metrolinx Explore Government Ontario ca Premier of Ontario Aboriginal Affairs Agriculture Food and Rural Affairs Attorney General Children and Youth Services Citizenship Immigration and International Trade Community and Social Services Community Safety and Correctional Services Economic Development Employment and

    Original URL path: http://www.mto.gov.on.ca/english/pubs/results-based-plan/2011/index.shtml (2014-08-11)
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  • Results-Based Plan 2009-10
    Top of page Programs and Services MTO s services to the people of Ontario are delivered through the following program areas Policy and Planning promotes a safe efficient and sustainable multimodal transportation system air ground and marine that supports strong communities an enhanced quality of life and a healthy economy This includes the 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 border crossings The division is also responsible for managing the ministry s relationship with two key government agencies GO Transit and Metrolinx Provincial Highways Management supports the ministry s commitment to providing a safe efficient and reliable transportation system by overseeing the operation maintenance engineering construction and program administration functions for the provincial highway network The program oversees year round highway maintenance and protects public investments in highway infrastructure Road User Safety plays a central role in Ontario s distinction as one of the safest road jurisdictions in all of North America RUS works with a host of external partners to improve road safety and mobility through the promotion and regulation of responsible driving behaviour and commercial vehicle enforcement Ministry Administration provides service and support including business and resources planning management advice and direct services to the operating divisions of the ministry Economics and Transportation Cluster provides Information and Information Technology I IT services to the ministries of Economic Development International Trade and Investment Labour Research and Innovation Small Business and Consumer Services Transportation and its partners and stakeholders inside and outside government Ministry Organizational Chart as of April 1 2009 Access a PDF version of the MTO organization chart or see below for a text version of the organization chart Minister Honourable Jim Bradley Ontario Highway Transport Board Chairperson Gary Stanley Metrolinx Chairperson Robert MacIsaac GO Transit Chairperson Peter Smith Parliamentary Assistant Linda Jeffrey Deputy Minister Bruce McCuaig 416 327 9162 Chief Information Officer Economics Transportation I IT Cluster Ken Kawall 416 327 1955 Director RUS Solutions Harjeet Kaur 416 235 5315 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 Policy Planning Scott Thompson 416 327 8521 Director Transit Policy Andrew Posluns 416 235 3670 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 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 5312 Director Service Delivery Partnerships Steve Burnett 416 235 5312 Director Safety Policy Education Sue Lo 416 235 4050 Director Regional Operations Warren Blackmore 416 235 3526 Director Program Development and Evaluation Paul Harbottle 416 235 4199 ADM Provincial Highways Management Brian Gaston 416 327 9044 Regional Director Central Roger Hanmer 416 235 5400 Regional Director Western Ann Baldwin 519 873 4333 Regional Director Eastern Kathryn Moore 613 545 4600 Regional Director Northeastern Keith Bryer 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 Mike Goodale 905 704 2601 Director Windsor Border Initiatives Implementation Group Fausto Natarelli 416 326 6876 ADM Corporate Services Alan Hogan 905 704 2701 Director Human Resources Strategic Business Maria Tejeda 905 704 2043 Director Finance Steve Naylor 905 704 2702 Director Facilities Business Services Lesley Spinney 905 704 2727 Director Business Support Review Charles Brown 905 704 2870 Director Communications Kimberley Bates 416 327 2117 Director Legal Services Mary Gersht 416 235 4406 Director Internal Audit Services Nancy Lavoie 905 704 2336 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 Commuter Services Act Provincial Highways Management Dangerous Goods transportation Act Road User Safety GO Transit Act 2001 S O 2001 c 23 Policy and Planning Greater Toronto Transportation Authority Act 2006 S O c 16 Policy and Planning Highway 407 Act S O 1998 c 28 Provincial Highways Management Highway 407 East Completion Act 2001 S O 2001 c 23 Policy and Planning Highway Memorials for Fallen Police Officers Act 2002 S O 2002 c 26 Policy and Planning 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 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 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 Road User Safety Policy and Planning Toll Bridges Act Provincial Highways Management Toronto Area Transit Operating Authority Act Policy and Planning Provincial Highways Management Urban Transportation Development Corporation Ltd Act R S O 1980 c 518 Policy and Planning Provincial Highways Management Not Administered by MTO Fuel Act Provincial Highways

    Original URL path: http://www.mto.gov.on.ca/english/pubs/results-based-plan/2009.shtml (2014-08-11)
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  • Ministry of Transportation - Results-Based Plan Briefing (RBP) Book - 2008-2009
    road safety improvement programs and strict enforcement 1 Northwest Territories was ranked the safest jurisdiction in both North America and Canada in 2005 Favourable operating conditions less public roads fewer licensed drivers and vehicle registrations and lower road usage all contributed to a lower fatality rate and higher ranking than Ontario Fatalities per 10 000 licensed drivers Year Achieved Target Baseline 2002 1995 1 41 1996 1 28 1997 1 19 1998 1 11 1999 1 1 2000 1 05 2001 1 02 2002 1 04 1 05 1 04 2003 0 97 1 05 1 04 2004 0 92 1 05 1 04 2005 0 87 1 05 1 04 2006 1 05 1 04 2007 1 05 1 04 2008 1 03 1 04 2009 1 03 1 04 2010 1 01 1 04 2011 0 99 1 04 Targets for Calendar Years 2005 2010 also include Rank first in Canada in top three in North America 2005 Achievement Second in Canada second in North America Top of page Programs and Services MTO s services to the people of Ontario are delivered through the following program areas Policy and Planning P P promotes a safe efficient and sustainable multimodal transportation system air ground and marine that supports strong communities an enhanced quality of life and a healthy economy This includes the 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 border crossings Provincial Highways Management supports the ministry s commitment to providing a safe efficient and reliable transportation system by overseeing the operations maintenance engineering construction and program administration functions for the provincial highway network The program oversees year round highway maintenance and protects the public investments in highway infrastructure Road User Safety plays a central role in keeping Ontario one of the safest road jurisdictions in all of North America Road User Safety works with a host of external partners to improve road safety and mobility through the promotion and regulation of responsible driving behaviour and commercial vehicle enforcement Ministry Administration provides service and support including business and resources planning management advice and direct services to the operating divisions of the ministry Economics and Transportation Cluster provides Information and Information Technology I IT services to the ministries of Transportation Labour Energy Economic Development and Trade Research and Innovation Small Business and Entrepreneurship and its partners and stakeholders inside and outside government Top of page Ministry Organizational Chart April 1 2008 Ministry Organizational Chart April 1 2008 PDF 104 kB Minister Honourable Jim Bradley Ontario Highway Transport Board Chairperson Gary Stanley Greater Toronto Transportation Authority Chairperson Robert MacIsaac GO Transit Chairperson Peter Smith Parliamentary Assistant Michael Brown Deputy Minister Bruce McCuaig Chief Information Officer Economics Transportation I IT Cluster Ken Kawall Project Director Integrated Ticketing System Jeffrey Young Director RUS Application Solutions Kim Langford Director Highways Business Services Application Solutions Howard Bertrand Director Services Management Tim Bondett Director Strategy Resources Planning Michael Anderson ADM Policy Planning David O Toole Project Director Integrated Ticketing System Jeffrey Young Director Transit Policy Nancy Kennedy Director Transportation Planning Pat Boeckner Director Transportation Policy Linda McAusland Director Strategic Policy Transportation Economics David Ward Executive Director RUS Operations Brian Gaston Director RUS Operations Field Warren Blackmore Director Licensing Services Karen Tilford Director Service Delivery Partnerships Sam Erry Director RUS Operations Central Region Warren Blackmore ADM Road User Safety Bohodar Rubashewsky Director Carrier Safety Enforcement Peter Hurst Director Business Services Shelley Unterlander Director Safety Policy Education Sue Lo Director Projects Change Management Paul Harbottle Exec Lead RUS Modernization Transformation Linda Jackson ADM Provincial Highways Management Ray Mantha Regional Director Central Roger Hanmer Regional Director Southwestern Brian Peltier Regional Director Eastern Kathryn Moore Regional Director Northeastern Keith Bryer Regional Director Northwestern Larry Lambert Executive Director Asset Management Mike Goodale Director Investment Strategies Steve Cripps Director Chief Engineer Highway Standards Gerry Chaput Director Contract Management Operations Shael Gwartz Director Windsor Border Initiatives Implementation Group Fausto Natarelli ADM Corporate Services Robert Fleming Director Human Resources Alan Hogan Director Finance Steve Naylor Director Facilities Business Services Lesley Spinney Director Business Support Review Charles Brown Director Internal Audit Services Tracy Dallaire Director Legal Services Mary Gersht Director Communications Kimberly Bates 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 and Planning 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 Greater Toronto Transportation Authority ACT 2006 S O c 16 Policy and Planning Highway 407 ACT S O 1998 c 28 Policy and Planning Highway 407 East Completion Act 2001 S O 2001 c 23 Policy and Planning Highway Memorials for Fallen Police Officers Act 2002 S O 2002 c 26 Policy and Planning 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 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 and Planning 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 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 and Standards Provincial Highways Management Rainbow Bridge Act 141 as amended by S O 1959 c 87 Policy and Planning Shortline Railways Act 1995 Road User Safety Policy and Planning Toll

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  • Ministry of Transportation Results-Based Plan Briefing Book 2007-08
    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 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 and Planning 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 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 and Standards Provincial Highways Management Rainbow Bridge Act 141 as amended by S O 1959 c 87 Policy and Planning Shortline Railways Act 1995 Road User Safety Policy and Planning Toll Bridges Act Provincial Highways Management Toronto Area Transit Operating Authority Act Policy and Planning Provincial Highways Management Urban Transportation Development Corporation Ltd Act R S O 1980 c 518 Policy and Planning 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 2007 08 Estimates 2006 07 Interim Actual Expenditures 400 000 458 202 Revenue 140 000 139 976 GO Transit 2007 08 Estimates 2006 07 Interim Actual Operating Expenditures 41 000 000 31 655 000 Capital Expenditures 460 845 500 335 365 000 Toronto Area Transit Operating Authority 2007 08 Estimates 2006 07 Interim Actual Expenditures 0 399 725 400 Greater Toronto Transit Authority GTTA 2007 08 Estimates 2006 07 Interim Actual Expenditures 5 000 000 525 139 Top of page Ministry Financial Information Ministry Planned Expenditures 2007 08 Ministry Planned Expenditures M Operating Expense 907 409 699 Capital Expense 1 124 006 400 Operating Assets 5 000 Capital Assets 1 086 366 500 Top of page Ministry Planned Expenditures by Program Name 2007 08 The transportation sector is a cornerstone of economic prosperity and a high quality of life Much of what we value our jobs our he alth our education and our leisure time is affected by the quality and availability of transportation Ontario s export driven economy relies upon this same system to move goods and people efficiently and competitively particularly in the current climate of just in time delivery The Ministry of Transportation is committed to building and maintaining a safe efficient and sustainable transportation network in Ontario The ministry is working to make public transit a more viable alternative by promoting increased convenience flexibility and accessibility In addition Ontario s transportation infrastructure needs to be maintained regularly repaired when necessary and strategically expanded in order to protect public investments This must be carried out in an environmentally responsible manner The ministry is also pursuing new and innovative technologies to ensure that our programs and services meet peoples needs and that transportation continues to support job creation tourism business investment trade and a high quality of life for future generations of Ontarians Vote Estimates 2007 08 Change from Estimates 2006 07 Change Estimates 2006 07 Interim Actuals 2006 07 Actuals 2005 06 OPERATING EXPENSE Ministry Administration 51 313 500 2 183 400 4 4 49 130 100 50 790 400 49 872 761 Policy and Planning 373 110 600 404 974 900 52 0 778 085 500 717 566 100 481 349 681 Road User Safety 150 232 100 1 794 300 1 2 152 026 400 163 820 500 157 710 093 Provincial Highways Management 276 549 600 7 492 800 2 6 284 042 400 306 448 500 284 228 565 Economics and Transportation Cluster 55 838 200 3 226 800 6 1 52 611 400 52 780 600 59 812 279 Total to be Voted 907 044 000 408 851 800 31 1 1 315 895 800 1 291 406 100 1 032 973 379 Statutory Appropriations 365 699 13 455 3 8 352 244 355 700 347 632 Ministry Total Operating 907 409 699 408 838 345 31 1 1 316 248 044 1 291 761 800 1 033 321 011 ASSETS Ministry Administration 1 000 1 000 100 0 Policy Planning and Standards 1 000 0 0 1 000 Road User Safety 1 000 0 0 1 000 Provincial Highways Management 1 000 0 0 1 000 Economics and Transportation Cluster 1 000 0 0 1 000 Total Assets to be Voted 5 000 1 000 25 0 4 000 Estimates for the previous year are re stated to reflect any changes in the ministry organization and or program structure Interim actuals reflect the numbers presented in the Ontario Budget Top of page MINISTRY FINANCIAL INFORMATION Vote Program Estimates 2007 08 Change from Estimates 2006 07 Change Estimates 2006 07 Interim Actuals 2006 07 Actuals 2005 06 CAPITAL EXPENSE Policy and Planning 523 123 000 292 663 600 35 9 815 786 600 1 278 720 677 1 276 898 853 Provincial Highways Management 156 394 000 39 521 000 20 2 195 915 000 205 642 323 634 865 243 Total to be Voted 679 517 000 332 184 600 32 8 1 011 701 600 1 484 363 000 1 911 764 096 Statutory Appropriations 444 489 400 32 824 900 8 0 411 664 500 411 664 500 393 599 567 Ministry Total Capital Expense 1 124 006 400 299 359 700 21 0 1 423 366 100 1 896 027 500 2 305 363 663 ASSETS Provincial Highways Management 1 086 366 500

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  • Year end budget announcement - 2010
    842 Fort Erie 21 083 Guelph 693 158 Hamilton 8 736 478 Kawartha Lakes 253 001 Kenora 127 798 Kingston 735 654 London 6 017 368 Mississauga 12 367 509 Niagara Falls 491 406 North Bay 324 360 Oakville 1 410 500 Orangeville 34 058 Orillia 298 411 Ottawa 39 888 100 Peel 178 661 Pembroke 22 705 Peterborough City 84 074 Sarnia 330 199 Sault Ste Marie 356 796

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