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July 062018

Toronto Hydro Work Relocation across Yonge Street

What Work is Taking Place?

To prepare for the construction of Eglinton Station, crews will begin the next phase of re-routing existing hydro utilities in the vicinity of Eglinton Avenue and Yonge Street.  

For this next stretch of the work, crews will be working to install new Toronto Hydro infrastructure within the City of Toronto’s public right-of-way across Yonge Street. Crews may use a hydro-vacuum truck, excavators, jack-hammer and other construction equipment to complete the work. Read more »

July 062018

UPDATE: Upcoming Traffic & Pedestrian Changes at Eglinton Station

What Work is Taking Place?

Support of excavation work, also known as shoring, has commenced to make way for the future Eglinton interchange station. This work will include pile installation, jet grouting and road deck installation. Shoring at the TTC bus depot and along south side of Eglinton has been complete. The work is carried out along the north side of Eglinton.

The next phase (depicted below) will take approximately 2-3 months to complete. The entire shoring process will take approximately twenty-four (24) months to complete. Read more »

June 292018

Update: Facility Services Building Construction at Eglinton Station

What Work is Taking Place?

Beginning July 6th, 2018, work will get underway building the foundation and housing for the Facility Services Building for the TTC Line 1 Subway system. Crews will also undertake various activities inside the TTC station. Read more »

June 202018

Notice of Planned Overnight Hydro Outage Sunday June 24, 2018

What Work is Taking Place?

On Sunday June 24, crews will perform hydro utility work in the vicinity of 45 Eglinton Avenue East as part of the construction of Eglinton Station. A temporary hydro outage is required to perform this work.  To minimize the impact to affected property, this work will be carried out overnight.

Affected Properties

The following property will be affected by this hydro outage: Read more »

June 182018

Notice of Planned Overnight Water Shut-Off Thursday June 21, 2018

What Work is Taking Place?

On Thursday June 21, crews will perform watermain valve work in the vicinity of Holly Street and Eglinton Avenue East as part of the construction of Eglinton Station. A temporary water shut-off is required to perform this work.  To minimize the impact to affected properties, this work will be carried out overnight.

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June 132018

Eglinton & Mount Pleasant Construction Liaison Committee Meeting

The construction liaison committee meeting of Eglinton and Mount Pleasant Stations was held on June 12, 2018. You can see the presentation here:

 

May 232018

UPDATE: Facility Services Building Construction at Eglinton Station

What Work is Taking Place?

Beginning May 19, 2018 work will get underway building the foundation and housing for the Facility Services Building for the TTC Line 1 Subway system. Crews will also undertake various activities inside the TTC station. Read more »

May 092018

Eglinton & Mount Pleasant Construction Liaison Committee Meeting

The construction liaison committee meeting of Eglinton and Mount Pleasant Stations was held on May 8, 2018. You can see the presentation here:

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May 082018

Public Meeting of Facility Services Building at Eglinton Station

Thank you for attending the public meeting about Facility Services Building at Eglinton Station on May 7, 2018. You can see the presentation here:

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May 042018

Holly Street Closed at Eglinton for Toronto Hydro Work

What Work is Taking Place?

To prepare for the construction of Eglinton Station, crews have begun the next phase of re-routing existing hydro utilities in the vicinity of Eglinton Avenue and Yonge Street.  

For this next stretch of the work, crews will be working to install new Toronto Hydro infrastructure within the City of Toronto’s public right-of-way. Crews may use a hydro-vacuum truck, excavators, jack-hammer and other construction equipment to complete the work. Read more »