The City of Toronto has identified the intersections with the highest rates of collisions for cyclists and drivers.

The data covers collisions from 2009 to 2013, that occurred within a 30-metre radius from the intersections. The collision rates take into account the total volume of vehicles using the intersection.

Drivers were most likely to crash at the following intersections:

  • Lake Shore Boulevard at Lower Jarvis Street
  • Lake Shore Boulevard at Don Roadway
  • Ellesmere Road at Bellamy Road
  • Lawrence Avenue East at Midland Avenue
  • St. Clair Avenue at Old Weston Road

Cyclists were most likely to be involved in collisions at these intersections:

  • Queen Street West at Claremont Street
  • Grace Street at College Street
  • Shaw Street at College Street
  • Queen Street West at Dufferin Street
  • Spadina Avenue at College Street