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Eglinton Crosstown LRT - Surface section:
New traffic-lane set-up, West Don River bridge



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


“As early as” Thursday, August 15, crews are reconfiguring traffic lanes

  • on Eglinton Avenue East between the bridge over the West Don River and Brentcliffe Road

and between the future Sunnybrook Park stop and Laird Station.

They’re setting up new work zones on the south side of the roadway, while shifting the traffic lanes to the north side.

Crews continue to rehabilitate the south side of the bridge over the West Don River by:

  • replacing the deck;
  • reinforcing and repairing the abutments and beams;
  • widening the roadway; and
  • building curbs and sidewalks.

They’re finalizing work at the east tunnel portal by:

  • back-filling;
  • forming a barrier wall; and
  • installing concrete.

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The new traffic set-up between the future Sunnybrook Park stop and Laird Station and the resulting TTC service changes continue until December 31.


For transit passengers

  • The TTC may temporarily relocate bus stops near work zones.
  • Also expect delays aboard buses along these routes:
  • 34A / 34C Eglinton East;
  • 54A / 54B / 54D Lawrence East;
  • 56 Leaside;
  • 334 Eglinton East overnight; and
  • 354 Lawrence East overnight.

For pedestrians

  • The sidewalk on the north side of Eglinton East between the West Don River and Brentcliffe is closed.
  • The sidewalk on thesouth side of Eglinton between Brentcliffe and the river is also closed. A temporary walkway leads you onto a closed section of the roadway. At places, the temporary walk way leads you across the work zone to the original sidewalk then returns to the roadway.

For motorists

  • Just one lane will be available for traffic in each direction, on the north side of the roadway.
  • “Paid-duty” Toronto Police Service officers and traffic-control personnel will be on-site to direct traffic.