We’re continuing our video progress updates. This time, we’re expanding on the final seven kilometre stretch from Science Centre to the end of the line at Kennedy.
It might be the home stretch, but the eastern edge of the Eglinton Crosstown light rail transit (LRT) project is far from quiet.
Science Centre Station is an underground station at one of the busiest intersections in Toronto’s North York area. Anyone that drives by will notice the main entrance to the station is well underway with floor to ceiling windows being installed. Beneath the surface, concourse and platform work is coming along too.
As you head further east, it’s impossible to ignore the street level work going on near Pharmacy Avenue – where the first pedestrian shelter has been installed. Tracks and platforms are being laid as well.
Finally, Kennedy Station is the eastern terminus – the final stop at the end of the Crosstown LRT project. When complete it will become a major transit hub for the community. Transit users will be able to connect to two TTC subway lines, TTC buses and GO Transit.
This is another installment in a recent series of popular video updates on the progress being made on the Crosstown LRT project. Check back for others as the project moves forward.
As always, keep in mind that some of the scenes captured in the videos were shot before physical distancing rules were implemented.
To take a look at the video, just click here.