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Eglinton Crosstown LRT - Yonge:
Emergency pavement repairs, starting March 13



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Metrolinx contractors continue building the future Eglinton Crosstown light rail transit line between Mount Dennis and Kennedy.


Starting Wednesday, March 13, crews are repairing the asphalt

  • on Yonge Street, east side, just north of Eglinton Avenue East,

near the site of the future Eglinton LRT station.

They’re temporarily removing the work zone on the west side of Yonge, just north of Eglinton West so that north-south traffic on Yonge can flow along that section of the roadway.

They’re also closing the north-south crosswalk on the east side of the Yonge at Eglinton and reopening the **west-side crosswalk.

The temporary reconfiguration of traffic lanes and pedestrian routes through the area remains in place until March 16, when crews will have finished asphalt repairs.

Crews work every day from 7 a.m. until 11 p.m.

After March 16, crews reconfigure the traffic lanes and pedestrian routes to the set-up that has been in place since Monday, March 4.


Until March 16

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For transit passengers

  • The TTC has already relocated bus stops near the future station site. It may temporarily further relocate stops to accommodate this phase of construction.
  • Passengers aboard buses along these routes can continue to expect delays:
  • 5 Avenue Rd;
  • 32 Eglinton West;
  • 34 Eglinton East;
  • 51 Leslie;
  • 54 Lawrence East;
  • 56 Leaside;
  • 61 Avenue Rd North;
  • 97 Yonge;
  • 320 Yonge overnight;
  • 332 Eglinton West overnight;
  • 334 Eglinton East overnight; and
  • 354 Lawrence East overnight.

For pedestrians

  • The sidewalk on the south side of Eglinton Avenue East between Duplex Avenue and Yonge Street remains closed.
  • The south underground pedestrian tunnel connecting Eglinton subway station to the southeast corner of Eglinton Avenue and Yonge Street is open.
  • The east, west and north underground tunnels connecting Eglinton subway station to the Yonge - Eglinton Centre remain closed until 2021.
  • The east-west crosswalk on the south side of Eglinton remains open.
  • The east-west crosswalk on the north side of Eglinton remains open about 20 metres (65 feet) north of the intersection on Yonge.
  • The north-south crosswalk on the west side of Yonge is open.
  • The north-south crosswalk on the east side of Yonge is closed.

For motorists

  • The City of Toronto is prohibiting turns in all directions at the intersection of Yonge Street with Eglinton Avenue.
  • Cowbell Lane and Holly Street remain closed to traffic at Eglinton East.
  • Work zones block curb lanes on the north side of Eglinton Avenues East and West between Dunfield and Duplex Avenues.
  • A work zone blocks curb lanes on the south side of Eglinton West between west of Dunfield and Cowbell.
  • A work zones blocks northbound curb lanes on the east side of Yonge north of Eglinton East.
  • At least one lane is available to traffic in each direction on both Yonge and Eglinton at all times.

After March 16

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This stage of construction at the future Eglinton LRT station — and the resulting TTC delays — continue “for approximately 6-8 weeks” or until about April 27.


For transit passengers:

  • The TTC has already relocated bus stops near the future station site. It may temporarily further relocate stops to accommodate this phase of construction.
  • Passengers aboard buses along these routes can continue to expect delays:
  • 5 Avenue Rd;
  • 32 Eglinton West;
  • 34 Eglinton East;
  • 51 Leslie;
  • 54 Lawrence East;
  • 56 Leaside;
  • 61 Avenue Rd North;
  • 97 Yonge;
  • 320 Yonge overnight;
  • 332 Eglinton West overnight;
  • 334 Eglinton East overnight; and
  • 354 Lawrence East overnight.

For pedestrians:

  • The sidewalk on the south side of Eglinton Avenue East between Duplex Avenue and Yonge Street remains closed.
  • The south underground pedestrian tunnel connecting Eglinton subway station to the southeast corner of Eglinton Avenue and Yonge Street is open.
  • The east, west and north underground tunnels connecting Eglinton subway station to the Yonge - Eglinton Centre remain closed until 2021.
  • The east-west crosswalk on the south side of Eglinton remains open.
  • The east-west crosswalk on the north side of Eglinton remains open about 20 metres (65 feet) north of the intersection on Yonge.
  • The north-south crosswalk on the west side of Yonge closes.
  • The north-south crosswalk on the east side of Yonge reopens.
  • A work zone blocks part of the sidewalk on the north side of Eglinton across from Holly Street.

For motorists:

  • The City of Toronto is prohibiting turns in all directions at the intersection of Yonge Street with Eglinton Avenue.
  • Cowbell Lane and Holly Street remain closed to traffic at Eglinton East.
  • Work zones block curb lanes on the north side of Eglinton Avenues East and West between Dunfield and Duplex Avenues.
  • A work zone blocks curb lanes on the south side of Eglinton West between west of Dunfield and Cowbell.
  • Work zones block curb lanes on the west side of Yonge north of Eglinton East.
  • At least one lane is available to traffic in each direction on both Yonge and Eglinton at all times.