Ministry of Transportation - Summary

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MINISTRY OF TRANSPORTATION - THE ESTIMATES, 2001-02 - Summary

Transportation is a fundamental building block of Ontario's prosperity and quality of life. Businesses throughout the province depend on the efficient movement of people and goods to remain competitive. Individuals and communities rely on safe and effective transportation for access to jobs and community services.

The Ministry of Transportation (MTO) supports a positive business climate by managing and maintaining a safe, efficient and reliable highway network within an integrated multi-modal transportation system. MTO works to ensure that Ontario's highways are well-maintained, that our programs and services meet people's needs, and that transportation supports job creation, tourism, business investment and trade.

MINISTRY OF TRANSPORTATION - Operating Summary

2001-02 Estimates PROGRAMS Change from 2000-01 2000-01 Estimates 1999-00 Actual
$   $ $ $
OPERATING        
45,033,952 Ministry Administration Program 1,027,700 44,006,252 54,480,892
61,002,100 Transportation Policy and Planning Program 1,962,400 59,039,700 68,909,589
142,709,300 Road User Safety Program (384,200) 143,093,500 131,259,112
254,475,900 Provincial Highways Management Program 1,832,700 252,643,200 261,176,315
46,062,300 Transportation Information and Information Technology Cluster Program 20,206,300 25,856,000 22,851,200
549,283,552 Ministry Total Operating 24,644,900 524,638,652 538,677,108
44,152 Less: Statutory Appropriations - 44,152 44,152
549,239,400 < TOTAL OPERATING TO BE VOTED 24,644,900 524,594,500 538,632,956
  ACCOUNTING CLASSIFICATION      
549,283,552 Expenditure 24,644,900 524,638,652 538,677,108

RECONCILIATION STATEMENT - Operating

DETAILS 2000-01 Estimates 1999-00 Actual
OPERATING $ $
1. Previously Published Data    
1.1 2000-01 Printed Estimates 524,638,652  
1.2 1999-00 Public Accounts   543,594,634
2. Government Reorganization    
2.1 Transfer of functions to other Ministries   (4,917,526)
  524,638,652 538,677,108

MINISTRY OF TRANSPORTATION - Capital Summary

2001-02 Estimates PROGRAMS Change from 2000-01 2000-01 Estimates 1999-00 Actual
$   $ $ $
CAPITAL        
- Transportation Policy and Planning Program - - 25,974,933
672,889,000 Provincial Highways Management Program (132,568,500) 805,457,500 757,711,528
672,889,000 Ministry Total Capital (132,568,500) 805,457,500 783,686,461
672,889,000 < TOTAL CAPITAL TO BE VOTED (132,568,500) 805,457,500 783,686,461
  ACCOUNTING CLASSIFICATION      
672,889,000 Expenditure (132,568,500) 805,457,500 783,686,461

RECONCILIATION STATEMENT - Capital

DETAILS 2000-01 Estimates 1999-00 Actual
CAPITAL $ $
1. Previously Published Data    
1.1 2000-01 Printed Estimates 828,857,500  
1.2 1999-00 Public Accounts   807,086,461
2. Government Reorganization    
2.1 Transfer of functions to other Ministries (23,400,000) (23,400,000)
  805,457,500 783,686,461