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2019 Year in Review – PortsToronto Sustainability Initiatives

With the launch of phases one and two of our innovative Seabin Pilot Program, the annual planting of the native bee and monarch butterfly garden at the Outer Harbour Marina, the second annual Clean Water Our Future shoreline cleanup collaboration with Toronto Region Conservation Authority and other waterfront stakeholders, and the announcement of the conversion of the Marilyn Bell airport ferry to 100 per cent electric power – the first of its kind in Canada – 2019 was a notable year for sustainability initiatives, big and small, at PortsToronto.

Here are some of our 2019 highlights:

Converting the Marilyn Bell I Ferry at Billy Bishop Airport to 100 per cent Electric-Power

In December, PortsToronto announced the conversion of the Marilyn Bell I ferry at Billy Bishop Airport to 100 per cent electric power. With this retrofit, the Marilyn Bell I will become the first 100 per cent electric lithium-ion powered ferry in service in Canada, eliminating all related GHG emissions and significantly reducing noise impacts. 

Learn more about the following initiatives in our 2019 Year in Review or at the links below:

Billy Bishop Airport to Convert Marilyn Bell I Airport Ferry to Electric-Power
Outer Harbour Marina Recognized with Robert Eaton Environmental Award of Excellence for First in Canada Commercial Seabin Pilot Program
PortsToronto Receives Healthy Rivers and Shorelines Impact Award at 26th annual Living City Environmental Dinner
PortsToronto Launches Phase Two of Seabin Pilot Program In Toronto’s Inner Harbour
New Study Finds that 41% of Travellers Walk, Bike or Use Transit from Billy Bishop Airport
Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport Wins Airports Council International Environmental Achievement Award

 

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Billy Bishop Airport Noise Management Program Enhanced with Addition of Fourth Permanent Noise Monitor Terminal

As part of its commitment to managing noise generated by operations related to Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport, PortsToronto has installed a new Noise Monitoring Terminal (NMT) at 480 Queens Quay in the Kings Landing condominium building that was activated on Thursday, January 23, 2020.

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PortsToronto Crews Removing “Keep Out” Buoys from Harbour in Preparation for Winter

As part of PortsToronto’s annual preparation for winter, crews will be removing the red, green and white “keep out” buoys from Toronto’s Harbour starting on Friday, December 20, at 11:00 p.m. until approximately 6:30 a.m. on Saturday, December 21. To ensure the removal is undertaken quickly and safely, this work will be completed overnight.

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Update: Ship Channel Bridge Restricted to Single Lane of Vehicle Traffic December 16-18

In order to accommodate necessary grating replacement work required to the Ship Channel Bridge, the bridge will be restricted to a single lane of vehicle traffic Monday, December 16 through to Wednesday, December 18. Traffic/re-routing signage and lighting will be in place to guide vehicles. Periodic bridge lifts may also take place during this time.

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