Making sure utilities are working properly is a big part of the puzzle as construction progresses on the Hazel McCallion Line (also known as the Hurontario LRT).
Metrolinx yesterday released the following update on its work on the Finch West LRT track installation and vehicle testing.
While labor issues are not usually within the purview of RT&S coverage, this strike vote impacts a major transit agency in Toronto, and includes agency maintenance workers. Therefore, we think it’s important to report this to our readers.
Crews for the Hurontario LRT project are working to connect a creek near Port Credit GO Station.
More work is happening on the Kitchener Line that will help bring two-way, all-day service from Toronto’s Union Station to Kitchener GO Station.
While crews continue to build a new transit line along Finch West Avenue in Toronto, the team is also making improvements for pedestrians and cyclists. A new tunnel near the Highway 400 on-ramp will make it safer and easier for people to get around.
The Finch West LRT project continues to move forward. Underground stations are being dug out, surface stops are coming along, and vehicles are being tested. Read about the construction progress as this new transit route comes into focus.
The erection of girders above the Dupont Street overpass between Lansdowne Avenue and Campbell Avenue will require full road and sidewalk closures.
Transit builds bridges, but transit projects also need bridges. The Finch West LRT project will cross the Humber River Bridge, but it needs to be widened and upgraded to make that happen.
Metrolinx continues to make progress on the Eglinton Crosstown Light Rail Transit project. Here are the latest updates.
Metrolinx will be closing the road and sidewalks on Bloor Street West in Toronto while crews install bridge girders on the west half of the Bloor bridge. Find out why the work is important – and even learn a thing or two about girders.
GO Expansion on the Stouffville Line will offer more frequent service during middays, evenings, and weekends – giving customers more flexibility to schedule what is most important and everything else in between.
Metrolinx continues to work on the railroad with state-of-the-art construction methods.
Updated environmental studies and the search for teams to build new subway tunnels are signs that the pace of progress on this new transit project is dialing up another notch in 2022.
There’s a lot of sides to take in, as the Finch West light rail transit project digs in and moves along one of Toronto’s most iconic roadways. And to see the state of the work, we have new drone footage that includes getting below the frost line.
Work continues for the new light rail transit line that will soon see some impressive engineering feats. Here’s how you tackle a transit ‘push box’.
Construction along the Lakeshore East GO Transit line has been making progress and work is scheduled to begin in the Small’s Creek area in the coming weeks.
You can’t create a light rail transit project without a whole lot of rail. Here’s what the delivery of 9,000 metres of rail line is adding up to for the Hurontario LRT project.
This video feature is, well, very moving. Metrolinx rounded up the best video from construction of light rail transit routes captured in 2021 and wrapped them into one piece. Here’s how to speed through an entire year of progress in just over two minutes. Let’s roll.
After a voyage across the Atlantic Ocean, the mighty tunnel boring machines, which will dig the tunnels for the Scarborough Subway Extension and the Eglinton Crosstown West Extension, arrived in the ports of Oshawa and Hamilton this week.