Rail track is complete at Crosstown’s Fairbank Station’s platform level

The Eglinton Crosstown light rail transit (LRT) project has seen some important recent advances. In our latest round of images, you can see a combination of mighty rail work as well as delicate tile expertise.

Everything rides on the rails when it comes to Eglinton Crosstown’s light rail transit (LRT) route. So that’s where we’ll start this progress update, as we look at the latest images of advances along the route.

Image shows tracks inside the station.
Here’s the platform area at Fairbank Station. (Metrolinx photo)

At the platform level of Fairbank Station, crews have completed the installation of the rail track. Visually, it sets the stage for the future light rail vehicles that will make their way constantly in and out of that Toronto stop.

Images shows crews putting in the tiles.
At Oakwood Station, crews are installing the final tiling at the platform level. (Metrolinx photo)

Meanwhile, at Oakwood Station, there’s more delicate work taking place. Experts are installing the final tiling at platform level.

Image shows stairs being built.
Work on stairs is looking up at Chaplin Station. (Metrolinx photo)

At Chaplin Station, there’s work happening on the stairs between the platform level and the concourse levels.

Image shows a large structure.
Here’s structural steel installation for the center UP Express platform. (Metrolinx photo)

And at the railway corridor, the structural steel installation for the center UP Express platform has been completed. Mount Dennis Station will link Crosstown with UP, as well as to GO Transit and TTC buses.

So it all connects. Much like the work in each of these latest images.