Finch West LRT project sees ongoing excavation and drilling for Finch West Station

Go wide for the latest images from Toronto’s Finch West Light Rail Transit (LRT) route. The pictures show road widening along sections of Finch Ave. West, but also some interesting construction at the very important Finch West Station.

Let’s drill down with some of the most recent construction progress photos from the Finch West Light Rail Transit (LRT) project.

The 11 kilometres of new Toronto transit will feature 18 stops, including an underground interchange station at Finch West Station, where most of the pictures focus in, around and even under.

Image shows a large pit.
Ongoing excavation for the main entrance of the Finch West Station. (Metrolinx photo)

There’s ongoing excavation for the main entrance, located on the SE corner of the Keele St. and Finch Ave. W. intersection.

Image shows crews working at a site with a large crane.
Ongoing drilling at Finch West Station. (Metrolinx photo)

As well, another photo shows ongoing drilling on the northeast corner of the same intersection.

Image shows street work.
Road widening on the south side of Finch Ave. W. (Metrolinx photo)

There’s also area road widening efforts underway, including here on the south side of Finch Ave. W. at Sentinel Rd. looking west.

Image shows crews widening the road.
Road widening on the north side of Finch Ave. W. (Metrolinx photo)

And more on the north side of Finch Ave. W. between Driftwood and Topcliff. The view is of Finch, looking east.

So as we say goodbye to snow, there’s plenty of ground-level LRT developments to focus in on.