Ministry of Transportation - Summary

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MINISTRY OF TRANSPORTATION - THE ESTIMATES, 2002-03 - Summary

Transportation is a fundamental building block of Ontario's prosperity and quality of life. Communities rely on transportation for access to local markets, health and social services, recreational facilities and employment. Similarly, businesses depend on the efficient movement of goods and people in order to remain competitive, particularly in the current climate of just in time delivery.

The Ministry of Transportation (MTO) supports a positive business climate by building and maintaining a safe, balanced and seamlessly-integrated transportation network where both highways and transit play key roles. As well, MTO works to ensure that Ontario's transportation infrastructure is efficient and reliable while helping preserve the environment, that our programs and services meet people's needs, and that transportation supports job creation, tourism, business investment, trade and a high quality of life.

MINISTRY OF TRANSPORTATION - Operating Summary

2002-03 Estimates PROGRAMS Change from 2001-02 2001-02 Estimates 2000-01 Actual
$   $ $ $
OPERATING        
46,424,740 Ministry Administration Program 1,390,788 45,033,952 47,838,065
94,601,100 Transportation Policy and Planning Program 33,599,000 61,002,100 53,138,003
140,853,900 Road User Safety Program (1,855,400) 142,709,300 139,808,070
266,037,700 Provincial Highways Management Program 11,561,800 254,475,900 268,367,196
59,293,300 Transportation Information and Information Technology Cluster Program 13,231,000 46,062,300 28,938,664
607,210,740 Ministry Total Operating 57,927,188 549,283,552 538,089,998
172,000,000 Less: Special Warrants 172,000,000 - -
46,840 Less: Statutory Appropriations 2,688 44,152 44,062
435,163,900 < TOTAL OPERATING TO BE VOTED (114,075,500) 549,239,400 538,045,936
  ACCOUNTING CLASSIFICATION      
607,210,740 Expenditure 57,927,188 549,283,552 538,089,998

MINISTRY OF TRANSPORTATION - Capital Summary

2002-03 Estimates PROGRAMS Change from 2001-02 2001-02 Estimates 2000-01 Actual
$   $ $ $
CAPITAL        
232,030,000 Transportation Policy and Planning Program 232,030,000 - -
732,198,400 Provincial Highways Management Program 59,309,400 672,889,000 782,157,487
964,228,400 Ministry Total Capital 291,339,400 672,889,000 782,157,487
274,000,000 Less: Special Warrants 274,000,000 - -
690,228,400 < TOTAL CAPITAL TO BE VOTED 17,339,400 672,889,000 782,157,487
  ACCOUNTING CLASSIFICATION      
964,228,400 Expenditure 291,339,400 672,889,000 782,157,487

RECONCILIATION STATEMENT - Capital

DETAILS 2001-02 Estimates 2000-01 Actual
CAPITAL $ $
1. Previously Published Data    
1.1 2001-02 Printed Estimates 672,889,000  
1.2 2000-01 Public Accounts   805,557,487
2. Government Reorganization    
2.1 Transfer of functions to other Ministries   (23,400,000)
  672,889,000 782,157,487