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  • Stormwater Management Requirements for Land Development Proposals
    stormwater management for municipal development It outlines specifically what information should be included in stormwater management reports that may be required in support of applications for Encroachment and or Development and Land Use Permits The information is for use by consultants developers municipalities other government agencies and MTO staff For more information on this guidance tool go to the section About this Document About this Document There are a number of ways to navigate this document For new users the Quick Reference Guide gives a quick review of document content and provides links to the different sections that address the drainage issues identified The Document Map shows the different components and can also be used for navigation The index to the left is always available for navigating between the different sections at any time Quick ReferenceGuide Document Map To determine whether or not a stormwater management report is required by MTO go to the section MTO Approvals MTO Approvals To obtain a summary of all the drainage issues that may be required go to the Checklists Checklists Please note Before proceeding read the section Review These Points Before Proceeding for important information The MTO Drainage Management Manual is referenced throughout

    Original URL path: http://www.mto.gov.on.ca/english/engineering/drainage/stormwater/ (2014-08-11)
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  • Drainage Directives
    viewed when printed PHY Directive B014 Drainage management policy for highway corridors PDF 68 9K This directive replaces Directive B 237 as of 23 August 2007 PHY Directive B012 Ministry policy and precedures related to the Drainage Act PDF 1 36 M B PHY Directive B217 Private piped drains on the highway right of way PDF 91 KB To view PDF files you will require Adobe Acrobat Reader Home Search

    Original URL path: http://www.mto.gov.on.ca/english/engineering/drainage/directives.shtml (2014-08-11)
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  • Maintenance Technology Project
    conditions and then assist with technology transfer activities Ontario is highly involved in discovering and testing innovations to winter maintenance practices Along with updates on the project s progress this site will provide links to related projects in which ministry staff are involved as well as links to other related sites What You ll See On and Off the Road Test site and equipment photos and descriptions The 4 W

    Original URL path: http://www.mto.gov.on.ca/english/transtek/choices.shtml (2014-08-11)
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  • MTO Research Library Online Catalogue
    printing from the Library catalogue free of charge Manuals can be accessed searching by title author or subject If you wish to see a full list of titles available enter technical manual in the subject search field Publications available in PDF form are attached to the catalogue record Attachments are identified with a paperclip icon Click on the icon to open the document viewing box Some large publications have been attached in two or more sections to assist in downloading The Ontario Provincial Standards Traffic Volumes and CDED can be accessed in their own databases MTO s Designated Sources for Material DSM is now accessible from The Road Authority website Research Reports In addition to the technical manuals over 1 600 MTO research publications are also available for downloading and or printing Print Copies If desired print copies of all Technical Publications can be purchases from ServiceOntario Publications Reference Assistance Library staff provides comprehensive reference and database search services for Ministry of Transportation employees We provide the same services on transportation related topics for consultants under contract to MTO staff of other provincial ministries agencies and specialised Transportation Libraries Members of the general public including students are directed to contact

    Original URL path: http://www.mto.gov.on.ca/english/transrd/ (2014-08-11)
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  • Guidelines for Inspection and Acceptance of Stainless Steel Reinforcement on the Contract Site
    made on the steel when it is rolled into bars so these markings are permanent and are a part of the bar Bars are marked approximately every 1 to 1 5 m and the marks will appear as a raised area of steel with a recognizable picture such as a letter of the alphabet or a shape like an empty box Each mill has a special mark that only that mill uses they must supply the ministry with this information when they are approved for use Attached in Figure 1 are diagrams that show the markings used by all the currently approved mills If the marking on the bar does not match one of these markings inferior or unacceptable steel may have been substituted this is a problem and the steel should not go in the work unless it can be confirmed in writing that the steel is from an approved source This confirmation should be from the supplier of the steel not just the contractor or fabricator The surface colour of stainless steel does not always look exactly the same The surface should be uniformly silver grey in colour but it may be quite b or it can be dull in appearance and still be of acceptable quality However if the steel does not look grey and looks discoloured or has irregularities on the surface it may be that something has gone wrong in the manufacturing process and that the performance of the steel will be affected Typically for this kind of problem the discoloration extends over all or most of the surface of the bar The attached Figure 2 scale provides some examples of acceptable and unacceptable stainless steel the top two bars are acceptable the bottom two on which you can see discoloration of the surface and a brown appearance are not acceptable Steel delivered to the site that looks like the bottom two bars is not acceptable it should not be included in the work These pictures have been discussed with the stainless steel industry and they are well aware of the quality of material that MTO requires They and the contractors have also been provided with these pictures Top of page Surface Contamination and Mechanical Defects The Special Provision 905S04 states Reinforcing stainless steel bars at the time the concrete is placed shall be free of mud oil and other contaminants that adversely affecting bonding strength and deposits of iron and non stainless steel Special Provision 114S03 states Fabrication of reinforcing stainless steel bars shall be such that the bar surfaces are not contaminated with deposits of iron and non stainless steels or damage due to straightening from coil This is a different kind of problem from the surface discolouration described above and may be harder to spot The defects are generally a result of careless or improper transportation handling or fabrication procedures Defects may be localized and occur only in one part of a bar or at intervals along the bar For example if

    Original URL path: http://www.mto.gov.on.ca/english/pubs/research/stainless/stainless.shtml (2014-08-11)
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  • Provincial Highways Traffic Volumes 1988-2010
    traffic for the period January 1 to December 31 2010 for each of the sections of highway under MTO jurisdiction This data has been extracted from the Provincial Highways Traffic Volumes 1988 2010 CD ROM which contains 23 years of AADT SADT SAWDT WADT and AR information For the CD ROM version of the 1988 2010 Traffic Volumes please visit ServiceOntario Publications and enter Provincial Highways Traffic Volumes in the search field Note The statistics in Provincial Highways Traffic Volumes 1988 2010 have been prepared based on data both electronic and otherwise obtained from sources considered to be reliable Ministry of Transportation Ontario makes no representation or warranty expressed or implied with respect to its accuracy or completeness This publication also supersedes any previously published publications Some highway routes which have not yet been assigned an official highway number are included under the title Selected 7000 Series Highways The Highway 407 ETR is maintained by 407 ETR Concession Company Ltd and is not included in this publication For information contact the 407 ETR Traffic Department at 905 265 4070 Site or time specific information not contained in Provincial Highways Traffic Volumes 1988 2010 may be obtained from the Ministry s

    Original URL path: http://www.mto.gov.on.ca/english/pubs/trafficvolumes.shtml (2014-08-11)
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  • Search
    Trucks Buses Travel Publications Home Search Text size Search Search Search Ministry of Transportation Website Home Search Site Map Accessibility Français Contact us This site is maintained by the Government of Ontario Privacy Important Notices External Links Disclaimer Queen s

    Original URL path: http://www.mto.gov.on.ca/english/search.shtml (2014-08-11)
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  • Winter Road Conditions
    traveller trip French www mto gov on ca french traveller trip Telephone Traveller Information Services 511 Ontario 511 toll free access in other provinces or states 1 866 929 4257 Provincial Call Centre 1 800 268 4686 In Greater Toronto Area 416 235 4686 Teletypewriter TTY If you are deaf or have a hearing or speech impairment you can get road condition information using the teletypewriter TTY service Provincial TTY 1 866 471 8929 Niagara Regional TTY 905 704 2426 Our commitment to you Winter road condition reports will be made available from the end of October to April each year and may be adjusted depending on weather conditions Provide road conditions information through the Internet and telephone system 24 hours a day seven days a week Update the Internet and telephone systems a minimum of five times per day To meet your expectations Know the telephone numbers to access the winter road conditions information Place the Internet address phone numbers and TTY numbers in an area for easy access If you have access to the Internet make the site a favourite and become familiar on how to access and use the information Refresh your screen on a regular basis Not all roads are provincial roads We are unable to provide information on municipal or regional roads Identify which highways are maintained by the province Participate in Ministry of Transportation telephone and Internet surveys How to provide a compliment or complaint We value your opinion and want to hear what you think about the quality of our service Your compliments complaints and suggestions will be managed in a timely and professional manner We also seek feedback directly from clients through feedback on the Internet comments via the telephone TTY and client satisfaction surveys When you provide feedback your privacy and

    Original URL path: http://www.mto.gov.on.ca/english/service-commitment/winter-road-conditions.shtml (2014-08-11)
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