The Crosstown will link to 54 local bus routes, three TTC interchange subway stations and GO Transit.
The Crosstown is one of the largest transit projects in the world. The project is being delivered by a team of transit design and construction professionals. The local and international experience of our partners provides the project with a team of experts from Canada and across the globe.
Bombardier, a worldwide leader in aerospace and rail transportation manufacturing, is supplying the light rail vehicles for The Crosstown project. With 69 production and engineering sites in 23 countries, Bombardier’s 65,000+ employees design, manufacture, sell and support a wide range of world-class products. Bombardier has supplied vehicles for transportation systems throughout the world, including Vancouver, Germany and China.
For more information: www.bombardier.com
Delcan, an award winning, multi-disciplinary engineering, planning, management and technology firm is providing transit, environmental and project management expertise to The Crosstown project. For more than 55 years Delcan has offered a wide range of integrated infrastructure and systems solutions in Toronto. Delcan's participation in Toronto area transit projects includes Metrolinx's (GO Transit’s) Union Station Rail Corridor (USRC) Improvement Program, TTC's Capital Program, Rapid Transit Expansion Program (RTEP), Sheppard Subway and Toronto-York Spadina Subway Extension, Weston Tunnel and West Toronto Diamond Grade Separation projects and York Region’s VIVA BRT program.
For more information: www.delcan.com
A leader in the industry, Kenaidan Contracting Ltd. is building The Crosstown West Launch tunnel site. This major excavation and tunneling project is the first construction contract for The Crosstown project. Kenaidan provides general contracting, design/build, construction management and pre-construction services to a variety of sectors. Kenaidan has built, renovated, and expanded facilities in North America and worldwide, including the Richmond Speed Skating Oval, built for the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter games, and the TTC Spadina/Bloor loop project. Kenaidan is also working on the Georgetown South Project, Weston Tunnel - Phase 3 Grade Separation on behalf of GO Transit, a Division of Metrolinx.
For more information: www.kenaidan.com
Hatch Mott MacDonald
Hatch Mott MacDonald is providing highly specialized tunneling, design and project management services for The Crosstown transit project. For more than 100 years the company and its parent companies have successfully delivered projects in the field of transportation, tunnels, environment and utilities with the input of 20,000 employees worldwide. Hatch Mott MacDonald has engineered more than 1600 miles of tunnels including the Channel Tunnel and the Niagara Tunnel Project. Other projects in their transit portfolio include work on the TTC’s Sheppard Subway, Toronto-York-Spadina Subway Extension and New York’s East Side Access Project.
For more information: www.hatchmott.com
AECOM, a global provider of professional, technical and management support services, is providing station design for The Crosstown transit project, for Chaplin Station. Founded in 1990, AECOM employs 45,000 people and serves clients in over 125 countries. Projects include the Montreal University Hospital Centre (CHUM), financed through a private-public partnership (P3) and the Chongming South China Tunnel, Shanghai China. AECOM has also worked on the Second Avenue Subway project in New York and the Lerida – High Speed Rail Segment in Zaragoza, Spain.
For more information: www.aecom.com