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Metrolinx board of directors meets, December 6



The Metrolinx board of directors is holding its next meeting Thursday, December 6.

As usual, the agenda for the meeting contains both public and confidential items. The board will discuss the confidential items in a private session that starts at 10 a.m. The board then meets in public to discuss the other items on the agenda at 1:30 p.m. At the end of the public session, the board again meets privately.

The meeting takes place in the J. Robert S. Prichard Boardroom, Union Station, West Wing, 4th Floor, 97 Front Street West. You can view the agenda for the meeting here.


During its public session, the board will discuss, among other items on its agenda, staff reports updating the board about various Metrolinx divisions, services and projects, including:

  • the business case for the GO expansion program. (You can read the staff report here (.pdf). You can view the staff presentation here (.pdf). You can read the complete business case here (.pdf).)
  • the transit-oriented development strategy, which proposes using third-party resources to develop GO stations. (You can read the staff report here (.pdf).)
  • the initial business case for building a new GO station on the Lakeshore West line near Walkers Line in Burlington. (You can read the staff report here (.pdf).)
  • the intial business case for building a new GO station at Highway 27 near Woodbine Racetrack on the Georgetown line. The new station would replace Etobicoke North GO Station, which Metrolinx must close to accommodate upcoming expansion of the rail corridor at that site. (You can read the staff report here (.pdf).)

The board will also consider quarterly reports from Metrolinx’ various divisions, including: