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August 09 2016
August 02 2016

Clearing and Grubbing at the Future Kennedy Station

Kennedy Station will be the terminal station at the eastern end of the LRT line, and will also serve as an interchange station. It will be located at Transway Crescent and Eglinton Avenue East, approximately 300 metres east of Kennedy Road. 

What work is Taking Place?

In preparation for station construction, crews will be clearing and grubbing in the vicinity of Eglinton Avenue East and Kennedy Road for the upgrading and relocation of utilities and the widening of the Eglinton Avenue East roadway. Read more »

July 29 2016

TTC Bus Route #33 Change Starting July 31st 2016

TTC bus route #33 is temporarily changing to accommodate upcoming construction at the future Chaplin Station. Route #33 buses will travel in reverse direction of the existing route from Eglinton Avenue West, between Chaplin Crescent and Bathurst Street. Read more »

July 29 2016
July 27 2016

Upcoming Works at Eglinton Station: Utilities Relocations

What work is Taking Place? 

  • Pending a City of Toronto permit, work will commence to replace and relocate existing utilities in the area of Yonge Street and Eglinton Avenue to make way for the future Eglinton interchange station. Over the coming months, storm and sanitary sewers, water mains, hydro ducts, and telecommunications utilities will be replaced and relocated in a series of stages.

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July 26 2016
July 26 2016

Closure of Underground Pedestrian Tunnels at Eglinton Station

What work is Taking Place? 

  • Utilities relocation and support of excavation (shoring) for the new Eglinton station will require closure of the underground pedestrian tunnels at Yonge Street and Eglinton Avenue leading from the current TTC subway station (pictured below).  Tunnel closures will correspond to different phases of the construction work.

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