Caledonia Station shows unique open design on Crosstown LRT route

The Eglinton Crosstown light rail transit (LRT) project has some interesting elements, beyond the big engineering moments we often show. In the most recent images from the Toronto transit project, two pictures caught our eye – one that is about design and the other an element that will help customers moving along even without the light rail vehicles.

Along Eglinton Crosstown’s light rail transit (LRT) project, Caledonia stands out with a unique design.

The feature is front-and-center in the latest images from the project.

Image shows the inside of the station.
The open-concept at Caledonia Station. (Metrolinx photo)

The picture shows an open design, with an unobstructed view all the way up to the upper concourse.

And over at Fairbank Station, in front of the main entrance, you can now see a raised cycle track – part of 11 kilometres of bi-directional bicycle lanes being built across Eglinton Avenue.

Image shows a cycle path on a street.
The cycle path at Fairbank Station. (Metrolinx photo)

Want to know more about the Crosstown LRT route? Just go here.