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September 04 2012

Light Rail Vehicle mock-up at Evergreen Brick Works until October 28!

Do you love transit?

Come down to Evergreen Brick Works and meet the newest vehicle in our transit family!

Metrolinx is pleased to introduce visitors to the Light Rail Vehicle that will soon be in use on Toronto’s four new light rail transit lines:The Eglinton-Scarborough Crosstown LRT, the Scarborough RT, the Finch West LRT, and the Sheppard East LRT. Read more »

July 27 2012

Online Consultation: Western Alignment and Vehicle Maintenance and Storage Facility

Thank you to everyone who participated in the first Western Alignment and Vehicle Maintenance and Storage Facility consultation in June and early July 2012.

Please review the public consultation report (PDF)

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July 26 2012

Tunnelling for The Crosstown

Metrolinx is moving ahead on the Eglinton Crosstown LRT project, part of the Province's 8.4 billion dollar investment in transit expansion for Toronto. Construction will begin by digging tunnels that will be constructed by large tunnel boring machines or TBMs for short. Read more »

July 09 2012

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June 27 2012

Online Consultation: Preliminary Construction and Traffic Management Planning

The Preliminary Construction and Traffic Management Planning consultation is now closed. Thank you to everyone who attended the open house or submitted their comments online. Please review the Public Consultation Report (PDF).

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June 27 2012

Public Open House: Preliminary Construction and Traffic Management Planning - Allen Road Area

Metrolinx and the TTC hosted an Open House and presentation to learn more and share your input on the Preliminary Construction and Traffic Management Planning for the Allen Road Area, specifically: Read more »

June 12 2012

Public Open House: Future Vehicle Maintenance and Storage Facility & Western Alignment Update for Keele Street to Jane Street

Metrolinx and the TTC invite you to attend an Open House to learn about a number of new developments and improvements for the project and to share your input on preliminary plans for: Read more »

June 10 2012

Crosstown team takes part in police community day festival

On June 10, the Crosstown Community Relations staff attended the Toronto Police Services 12 Division Community Day Festival. The Crosstown booth featured an arts and crafts station and souvenirs of the new Toronto Subway Rockets. Numerous visitors asked about the project, and staff enjoyed interacting with the kids. There will be many more festivals this summer; we hope to see you there. Read more »

June 07 2012

Public Open House: Preliminary Construction and Traffic Management Planning - Allen Road Area

Please join us on June 27th for a public consultation on the preliminary construction plans near Allen Road. Learn more here.

May 26 2012

Upper Village BIA SpringFest

On Saturday May 26, 2012 Community Liaison Officers Franca Di Giovanni and Denise Jayawardene represented the Crosstown at the Upper Village BIA SpringFest, and spoke with about 200 community members throughout the day, going past the orginal end time due to great interest. When the festival wrapped up at 6:30 p.m, staff continued to answer questions while dismantling the Crosstown display. It was great to see such interest in the project. Read more »