Hurontario light rail transit project video released – Gives flyover glimpse of the line

Metrolinx has created a video primer on what the Hurontario LRT route will offer Brampton and Mississauga, as well as the timelines crews are working under. And did we mention renderings?

To understand the way people will move in the future, it’s always good to see things in motion.

Metrolinx has created a video overview of the Hurontario light rail transit (LRT) project. It contains updates on upcoming construction work and a timeline of the different phases.

But what’s perhaps more interesting, is a flyover that sets the stage for the line that will connect Brampton and Mississauga, as well as some cool renderings of what neighbourhoods will look like once the LRT comes online.

Imagwe shows an LRT on tracks over a highway.

An artist’s concept of a light rail vehicle moving along the HuLRT route. (Metrolinx image)

Keep in mind, those renderings, along with some construction images, were created before COVID-19 changed social distancing and the face coverings most of us now walk around with.

Image shows an LRT arriving at a station, with a GO train in the background.

An artist’s concept of a LRV pulling into a station. (Metrolinx image)

But the video 101 explanation of the LRT route – more commonly called the HuLRT – is still a nicely packaged glimpse at what the 18 kilometres of work looks like now, and what it will bring in the future.