Oxford Street / Wharncliffe Road Intersection Improvements

The City is planning improvements at the intersection of Oxford Street and Wharncliffe Road to add eastbound and westbound transit queue jump lanes on Oxford Street. A queue jump lane is a transit-only bus lane that provides traffic signal priority for bus merging. Queue jump lanes can improve transit reliability and facilitate better traffic flow.

A bird-eye view of the Oxford and Wharncliffe intersection

This project has received funding commitments from the Government of Canada and the Province of Ontario to support 10 transit and transit-supportive projects.

The location

The intersection of Oxford Street and Wharncliffe Road 

The work

This project will:

  • reconstruct the intersection with additional lanes on Oxford Street
  • implement traffic signal system for transit signal priority
  • review and rationalize transit stop locations

The benefits

Construction will result in:

  • improved transit capacity
  • Improved transit safety and quality
  • Reduced congestion and bottlenecks at the intersection of Oxford Street and Wharncliffe Road

Project Timeline

2025: Start of Construction

Construction is expected to start in 2025 and take approximately two years to complete.

Last modified:Tuesday, April 09, 2024