Transit Toronto is sponsored by TransSee.ca bus tracker and next vehicle arrivals. TransSee features include vehicle tracking by route or fleet number, schedule adherence, off route vehicles and more advanced features. Works on all mobile devices and on any browser.
Supports Toronto area agencies TTC, GO trains, MiWay, YRT, HSR and GRT, as well as NY MTA, LA metro, SF MUNI, Boston MBTA, and (new) Barrie.

Eglinton Crosstown LRT - Keelesdale:
Hydro-chamber installation, starting March 18



Eglinton Crosstown header.jpg

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


Crews continue to enhance Toronto Hydro services

  • on Eglinton Avenue West at Keele Street (north),

near the site of the future Keelesdale Station.

Starting Monday, March 18, they’re setting up a new work zone in the centre lanes of the roadway to install a cable chamber east of the LRT station box. They’re also building a utility access portal (or “manhole”), so that crews can enter and exit from the chamber in the future.

(The chamber is an opening to the underground duct system which allows Hydro crews to install, inspect, repair or remove cables and to make cable splices and joints.)

Just one lane is available for westbound traffic on Eglinton West at Keele north. Two lanes are available for eastbound traffic.

The City of Toronto continues to prohibit left turns from eastbound Eglinton onto northbound Keele.

The TTC is relocating its westbound stop on Eglinton at Keele east of its usual location. The eastbound stop at Scott Road remains in place.

2019 - 03-18 - Keelesdale - Hydro chamber installation.jpg

Crews work to install the chamber every day from 7 a.m. until 11 p.m. Chamber and access-portal construction and the resulting TTC service changes continue “for approximately four (4) weeks” or until about April 14.


For transit passengers

  • The TTC has already relocated bus stops in the area and may further relocate stops temporarily.
  • For about four weeks, starting Monday, March 18, the TTC is relocating the westbound stop on Eglinton at Keele (north) east of its usual location.
  • Also, expect delays aboard buses along these routes:
  • 32A Eglinton West (Renforth);
  • 32C Eglinton West (via Trethewey);
  • 32D Eglinton West (Emmett);
  • 41 Keele;
  • 332 Eglinton West overnight;
  • 341 Keele overnight; and
  • 941 Keele express.

For pedestrians

  • The sidewalk on the north side of Eglinton West west of Trethewey Drive remains closed. A temporary walkway is available to the north of the work zone at the secondary entrance site.
  • The sidewalk on the north side of Eglinton West east of Trethewey remains closed. A temporary walkway is available on the roadway. Safety barriers protect you from traffic.
  • The sidewalk on the east side of Trethewey Drive north of Eglinton remains closed. A temporary walkway is available on the roadway. Safety barriers protect you from traffic.
  • The sidewalk on the east side of Yarrow Road south of Eglinton remains closed. You must walk on the west side of the street.

For motorists

  • Work zones block curb lanes on both sides of Eglinton West east and west of Keele / Trethewey.
  • Work zones block curb lanes on the west side of Keele / Trethewey north and south of Eglinton.
  • For about four weeks, starting Monday, March 18, a work zone blocks the centre lanes on Eglinton at Keele (north).
  • Just one lane is available for traffic in both directions on Eglinton West **west of Keele / Trethewey.
  • For about four weeks, starting Monday, March 18, just one lane is available for westbound traffic on Eglinton at Keele (north).
  • Two lanes are available for eastbound traffic on Eglinton east of Keele.
  • Two lanes are available for southbound traffic on Keele / Trethewey north and south of Eglinton. Just one lane is available for northbound traffic.
  • You cannot turn left from eastbound Eglinton to northbound Trethewey or Keele.
  • Yarrow Road remains closed to traffic at Eglinton.
  • The laneway behind the buildings on the north side of Eglinton between Trethewey and Keele remains closed to traffic.