Eglinton West TTC commuter lots closing Dec 21st for conversion to construction staging

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December 17, 2012

The commuter parking lots at Eglinton West Station will be out of service as of December 22, 2012. They will be used for the construction of launch and extraction shafts for the tunnel boring machines. During this time, alternate parking arrangements will need to be made. Green P lots are available at other locations along Eglinton Avenue West as well as on street parking.

Alternate Parking

Alternate parking can be found in nearby Green P lots on Eglinton Avenue West at Glen Cedar Road and Alameda Road. Paid on street parking is available on:

  • Eglinton Avenue West
  • Menin Road
  • Strathearn Road
  • Everden Road
  • Winona Avenue
  • Atlas Avenue

About the Project

The Eglinton-Scarborough Crosstown is a transit project that will provide rapid and reliable service across Eglinton Avenue including an underground central section from Keele Street to Don Mills Road and will be up to 60% faster than bus service today.

What work is starting?

The Crosstown construction has begun at Keelesdale Park between Keele Street and Black Creek Drive. The tunneling machines will begin work in the new year and will work their way east from Keelesdale Park to the west commuter lot at Allen Road. The machines will be removed and placed back into the ground in the east commuter lot. This is required to maintain subway service during construction. Work will now begin for the preparation of the extraction and launch shafts for the tunnel boring machines at the commuter lots adjacent to Eglinton West station.

Please Contact Us

If you would like more detail about this work or any other aspect of the Eglinton-Scarborough Crosstown project, please do not hesitate to contact us. We thank you for your continued patience as we work to build rapid transit.

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