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January 182017

Ongoing Occasional Evening Works: Eglinton Lane Reductions between Brentcliffe Road and Leslie Street

What Work is Taking Place?

Beginning as early as late January 2017, crews will conduct geotechnical monitoring on Eglinton Avenue East between Brentcliffe Road and Leslie Street to support construction of the Laird and Science Centre Stations. 

Map shows work zone will occupy area of the Eglinton roadway

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December 122016

Overnight CCTV Investigations along Eglinton Avenue East

What Work is Taking Place?

Crews will be conducting CCTV investigations of the storm and sanitary sewer lines along Eglinton Avenue East. Crews will access all manholes in the roadway along Eglinton Avenue East between Midland Avenue and Laird Drive, along Transway Crescent at Kennedy Station and from approximately 50-100 meters north at all intersections to determine the condition of existing storm and sanitary lines. 

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November 242016

Overnight Geotechnical Works: Dec. 1 & 2 Eglinton Lane Reduction to a Single Lane between Brentcliffe Road and Leslie Street

What Work is Taking Place?

Overnight lane reduction to a single lane of traffic on Eglinton Avenue East between Brentcliffe Road and Leslie Street will be required for two nights, as crews drill boreholes in the road to determine the condition of existing soil and rocks in the area. Boreholes will be drilled along Eglinton Avenue East between Brentcliffe Road and Leslie Street in advance of the construction of Laird and Science Centre Stations. Read more »

September 062016

Pedestrian Safety near Construction Sites

Construction of the Eglinton Crosstown LRT line, including 15 underground stations, is underway. Since the end of school, many construction sites have been set up for station construction and the set-up of some major intersections along Eglinton Avenue has been changed.

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June 232016

Tunnelling: What You May Experience

As you may know, the Eglinton Crosstown includes a 10-kilometre underground portion, between Keele Street and Laird Drive. For the tunnelled portion, locomotives run along interim track and transport materials and haul spoils in and out of the tunnels to the extraction shafts. Tunnel boring machines (TBMs) and muck removal operations run around the clock - 24 hours a day. Read more »

June 032016

Disruption from service locomotives

Dear Neighbour, 

As you may know, the Eglinton Crosstown LRT Project includes a 10-kilometre underground portion. Two Tunnel Boring Machines (or “TBMs”) are building the 3.5km eastern underground section of the Crosstown tunnels between Brentcliffe Road and Yonge Street. The TBMs are making great progress tunneling at an average rate of over 10-15 metres per day.  They have completed approximately 70% of their journey and expected to be at Yonge Street in early September. Read more »

April 072016

Tunnelling: What you may experience

As you may know, the Eglinton Crosstown includes a 10-kilometre underground portion, between Keele Street and Laird Drive. For the tunnelled portion, locomotives run along interim track and transport materials and haul spoils in and out of the tunnels to the extraction shafts. Tunnel boring machines (TBMs) and muck removal operations run around the clock - 24 hours a day. Read more »

March 042016

Overnight Emergency Road Work : Eglinton Avenue East Lane Closure between Brentcliffe Road and Leslie Street Sunday, March 6 at 7:00 a.m. to Monday, March 7 at 10:00 a.m.

What:  Crews will be conducting roadway surface reconstruction on Eglinton Avenue East between Brentcliffe Road and Leslie Street. During this work, Eglinton Avenue East will be reduced to one lane only for both directions of traffic. Paid Duty Police Officers (PDOs) and/or flagmen will be employed to control traffic at each end of the work site. Read more »