Many roads across Toronto, mainly Scarborough, have lowered their speed limits from 60 kilometers an hour to 50 kilometers an hour.
New speed limit signs have replaced 40 km/h signage, reducing maximum speeds to 30 km/h in parts of Toronto and East York.
From Toronto’s downtown to East York, many drivers will see speed limit signs change to 30 km/h.
New signs for reduced speed limits will not be posted on residential streets in East York until early next year, according to Toronto and East York Transportation Services. The vote to reduce speed limits was approved unanimously by the…
The city will lower the speed limit on residential roads in Toronto and East York to 30 km/h unless there is widespread public opposition, and many East Yorkers are giving their support to the proposal….