The vehicles used on The Crosstown will feature accessible, low floors and all stations will have main entrances with elevators and escalators for passenger accessibility.
Stations and Stops
In November 2015, Metrolinx and Infrastructure Ontario announced that Crosslinx Transit Solutions (CTS) – a consortium of SNC-Lavalin, EllisDon, AECON, and ACS Infrastructure Canada – has signed a contract to complete the Eglinton Crosstown LRT project. Crosslinx’s successful proposal will deliver the Crosstown by 2021. Using the Alternative Financing and Procurement (AFP) delivery model, Crosslinx’s winning proposal commits them to:
- design, construct and finance an integrated transit system consisting of 25 stations/stops, track work, signaling, communications and other required infrastructure; and
- maintain the LRT system for 30 years, including lifecycle repair and renewal of building and system components.
See the press release for the announcement, and check out a presentation on what the future stations will look like and a description on the different types of construction methods:
And here's a preview of the new line:
Check out the new individual station designs (from west to east) below: