Crews work in a deep, concrete pit, where the tunnel light shows at the far end.

Science Centre advances – Photos of the day

As we’ve taken readers from end to end at every stop and station along Toronto’s Crosstown light rail transit system, we’re constantly adding updates on the progress being made. Here’s the latest view of the Science Centre stop, as well as a cool angle on Kennedy Station.

As kids get back to school and summer holidays end, here’s more visual proof that Crosslinx Transit Solutions, the builders working on the Crosstown light rail transit (LRT) system for Metrolinx, haven’t taken a break.

From rail installation to new concrete pours to waterproofing, Crosstown continues to move forward at a hectic pace.

Crews work deep in the concrete tunnel. Light is seen at the far end.
The view under the intersection and through the Station Box at Science Centre Station, where concrete pours continue to push upward.

Want to read more about the Science Centre Station Build? Click here.

Out in thge light of day, equipment is seen amid a concrete and iron pit.
Kennedy Station continues to advance in leaps and bounds. Here’s a view looking under the Kennedy/Eglinton intersection, with formwork in place for more concrete pours.

Want to read more about Kennedy Station? Click here.