Travel on The Crosstown from Kennedy Station to Black Creek is expected to take just 35 minutes.
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Choose an intersection from the drop down list to view all of the latest news and construction updates in that area. Intersections are listed from west to east with Eglinton as the main cross-street.
- Black Creek Drive
- Keele Street
- Caledonia Road
- Dufferin Street
- Oakwood Avenue
- Allen Road
- Bathurst Avenue
- Chaplin Crescent
- Avenue Road
- Yonge Street
- Mount Pleasant Road
- Bayview Avenue
- Donlea Drive/Hanna Road
- Laird Drive
- Leslie Street
- Don Mills Road
- Ferrand Drive
- Wynford Drive
- Bermondsey Road
- Victoria Park Avenue
- Pharmacy Avenue
- Lebovic Avenue
- Warden Avenue
- Birchmount Road
- Ionview Road
- Kennedy Road
- Little Blvd.
- Petman Avenue
- Brentcliffe Road
Construction of extraction and launch shafts along Eglinton Avenue at Allen Road began in February which has resulted in significant congestion along Eglinton. Options to alleviate the situation, including the closure of the Allen Road northbound, have been considered. Read more »
Re: Traffic Congestion and Pedestrian Safety at Allen Road/Eglinton Avenue
The Eglinton Crosstown is a light rail transit (LRT) line that will run across Eglinton Avenue between Mount Dennis (Weston Road) and Kennedy Station. This 19-kilometre corridor will include a 10-kilometre underground portion, between Keele Street and Laird Drive. It will provide a rapid and reliable service that will be up to 60% faster than bus service today, when it is completed in 2020. Read more »
Rapid and reliable transit is coming to the centre of Toronto. The Crosstown will move Torontonians to work, school and play faster than ever before – reducing travel times and enhancing our economy and our environment. The Crosstown will run along Eglinton, with more than 10 kilometres underground, making transit travel up to 60 per cent faster than today. Read more »
Interested in a fun-filled family activity for this weekend? Join us at the Fairbank Village B.I.A. for their annual Multicultural Fest. The B.I.A. Read more »
We’re excited to announce the winning names of the tunnel boring machines (TBMs) for The Crosstown! The names were announced today by Metrolinx CEO Bruce McCuaig, Transportation Minister Glen Murray and MPP Laura Albanese. The winning names are Dennis and Lea, representing the Mount Dennis and Leaside neighbourhoods, and Don and Humber, representing the rivers. Read more »
Metrolinx CEO Bruce McCuaig and Transportation Minister Glen Murray announce the start of tunnelling for the Eglinton Crosstown and the winning names of the tunnel boring machines: Dennis and Lea, representing the Mount Dennis and Leaside neighbourhoods; and Don and Humber, representing the rivers. Read more »
Our community liaison staff had a great day participating in the Upper Village BIA Springfest on Saturday May 25th. The team received lots of great questions from members of the community about the project and upcoming work taking place in the neighbourhood. Look for us at events all across Eglinton throughout the summer. Read more »
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Join us at the Upper Village BIA Springfest on Saturday May 25th taking place on Eglinton Avenue at Glen Cedar Road. Our community liaison staff will be on hand between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. to answer questions about the upcoming Toronto Transit projects. Read more »
The light rail vehicle mock up tour is on the move and is making a stop at Gage Park in Brampton from Wednesday, May 15th to Wednesday, May 22nd. Manufactured by Bombardier, the vehicle will be used in the four new light rail transit (LRT) lines that Metrolinx is building across Toronto.
The LRV mock-up represents a portion of the actual vehicle. Visitors will get a chance to check out this fast, reliable and comfortable vehicle, learn more about upcoming transit projects in Ontario. Read more »