Construction Notice: Upcoming Traffic Change at Chaplin Station July 2019

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July 3, 2019

Upcoming Traffic Change at Chaplin Station

July 2019

As early as July 5, 2019, a new traffic configuration will be implemented at the intersection of Chaplin Crescent and Eglinton Avenue West.  Chaplin Cres is currently closed for traffic bridge installation.  Once the bridge is installed, Chaplin Cres will open, at traffic will be shifted west onto the bridge.  Additionally, traffic on Eglinton Ave W will be shifted north, so that crews can begin shallow excavation and roof construction of the south station box.  Traffic is expected to remain on the north side of Eglinton Ave W into 2020.  Please carefully review ‘What to Expect’.

Upcoming Construction Staging

 

 

Details

  • The new configuration will be implemented as early as July 5, 2019
  • The new configuration is expected to remain in place for several months

 

What to Expect

  • Traffic on Chaplin Cres will be shifted west onto the new temporary traffic bridge
  • Traffic on Eglinton Ave W will be shifted north
  • Gilgorm Rd and Latimer Ave will remain closed at Eglinton Ave
  • The south sidewalk on Eglinton Ave between Chaplin Cres and Russell Hill Rd will be closed; pedestrians will be rerouted south of Eglinton Ave
  • Property access will be maintained
  • Turn restrictions will be in effect at the intersection of Chaplin Cres and Eglinton Ave W
  • The west and southeast driveway of Shoppers Drug Mart will remain open
  • Noise from construction activity can be expected
  • Fencing, concrete barriers, scaffolding and signage will be erected around work zones
  • Pedestrians and road users can expect delays when travelling through the intersection

 

Thank you for your patience as we work to build this important project.