It doesn’t matter where you look in Ontario, it seems there is construction projects going on everywhere. The City of Toronto has unveiled its construction season to-do list, outlining more than $720 million in projects designed to improve the city’s aging infrastructure. Of more than 200 projects, 60 are considered “major” initiatives as reported by The Toronto Star.
“Like last year, 2018 is going to be a busy year on our roads for construction,” Robinson, who is the chair of the Public Works and Infrastructure Committee, said in a statement. “This is critical work that needs to be done. We need to make sure that we’re renewing our aging infrastructure to improve the quality of our network of roads, bridges, sewers and water mains.”
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