Road Emergency Services Communications Unit

Road Emergency Services Communications Unit

Road Emergency Services Communications Unit

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The Road Emergency Services Communications Unit (RESCU) is a traffic management system used by the City of Toronto on city managed highways. The system is used to monitor traffic on:



Various intersections through the GTA are also monitored including Woodbine Avenue and Steeles Avenue / Ontario Highway 404 and Warden Avenue and Steeles Avenue

The 35 km system consists of:

  • 70+ traffic cameras
  • 635 vehicle sensors
  • 5 overhead changeable message signs - Gardiner and DVP
  • 4 portable signs
  • 121 detector stations (650 loops)
  • Remote Traffic Information System (RTIS) - website
  • Queue End Warning System - Allen Road


RESCU is linked to the Ontario Ministry of Transportation's Freeway Management System - COMPASS).

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