Media spotlight shines on Toronto’s Science Centre Station – So you’re on the tour as well

Select press given a chance to see the progress at the underground light rail transit station that will soon be a vital mobility hub for a busy part of the city. Steps away from Toronto’s Ontario Science Centre, where visitors explore interactive experiences, the media had the chance to discover a whole new world underground. … Continue reading Media spotlight shines on Toronto’s Science Centre Station – So you’re on the tour as well

Giants appear again – Crosstown project’s hero tunnel boring machines unearthed

As we’ve taken readers from end to end at every stop and station along Toronto’s Crosstown light rail transit system, we’re constantly adding updates on the progress being made. Today, we’re getting a glimpse of buried warriors – the two massive digging machines previously left resting below tons of earth during the project. Mechanical giants … Continue reading Giants appear again – Crosstown project’s hero tunnel boring machines unearthed

Massive bridge lift helps Kipling GO station get into shape

Great progress is being made on the new Kipling mobility hub which will connect transit users to all modes of transportation when it opens next year. There’s nothing more satisfying than waking up early to fit in a big workout, right? Especially if that big workout includes lifting a 25 metre piece of metal more … Continue reading Massive bridge lift helps Kipling GO station get into shape

Metrolinx looks to build momentum as Rail Safety Week 2019 takes off

Metrolinx joins Operation Lifesaver to launch Rail Safety Week 2019.  No one wants to ever deliver tragic, life-altering news to families. So this week, Sept. 23 to 30, Metrolinx will once again join rail safety partners across North America to launch Operation Lifesaver’s Rail Safety Week to raise awareness on how to reduce preventable incidents … Continue reading Metrolinx looks to build momentum as Rail Safety Week 2019 takes off

Ontario Line: A world of role models available for subway planners

This story is part of a continuing series on a deeper exploration of the early stages of progress on Toronto’s next subway line. Still in its infancy, with Metrolinx having just released an Initial Business Case, the quickly-developing Ontario Line project will cut under and over the heart of the city. In this story, we … Continue reading Ontario Line: A world of role models available for subway planners

Two years and nearly 500 metres later -Photos of the day

As we’ve taken readers from end to end at every stop and station along Toronto’s Eglinton Crosstown light rail transit system, we’re constantly adding updates on the progress being made. Now it's time to take a look at an impressive before-and-after progress shot from Laird Station where a nearly 500 metre cavern has been created.  … Continue reading Two years and nearly 500 metres later -Photos of the day

More than just building transit – Local community leaders are moving their neighbourhoods in the right direction

We've gone to great lengths to highlight the significant progress and many accomplishments on the Eglinton Crosstown Light Rail Transit (LRT) project. We've taken you 40 metres below ground and flown over the city in a helicopter just to grasp how much work goes into building a 19-km rapid transit line. But transit projects are more than just … Continue reading More than just building transit – Local community leaders are moving their neighbourhoods in the right direction

Packed house greets Metrolinx town hall in Mississauga

Peel residents lined up at the microphone to ask questions of transit brass. The place was packed with people and questions. Almost every seat was filled inside the agora of Sheridan College’s Square One campus, in Mississauga. A space where students usually come to study was transformed into a community centre on Sept. 5 for … Continue reading Packed house greets Metrolinx town hall in Mississauga

Young passion meets experience as a trio of teens pitch a new train to Metrolinx brass

Three Mississauga teens with ambition, and what they believe will be the next generation of public transit, face a Dragon’s Den-style session with Metrolinx executives, including CEO Phil Verster. Here’s the pitch. Three young transit dreamers in a room with some of the world’s most experienced rail executives and experts. The clock ticked. And they … Continue reading Young passion meets experience as a trio of teens pitch a new train to Metrolinx brass