New Ontario Line video details park plans for east end of Toronto

The Ontario Line project is a 15.6-kilometre, 15-stop subway line that will run from Exhibition Place, through the heart of downtown, all the way to the Ontario Science Centre. Part of building the project involves talking to communities and helping preserve what makes them great, while also adding important transit services. In a new video, Metrolinx experts tour the east end of Toronto to talk … Continue reading New Ontario Line video details park plans for east end of Toronto

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Get the facts about Ontario Line plans in Riverside and Leslieville

There’s a lot of anticipation about how the Ontario Line will make it faster and easier to move around the city, but there’s also a lot of speculation and inaccurate information floating around – particularly when it comes to the vibrant communities of Riverside and Leslieville. All of this conflicting information can be confusing, so let’s take some time to sort the myths from the … Continue reading Get the facts about Ontario Line plans in Riverside and Leslieville

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The most common question from Leslieville and Riverside – Why can’t Metrolinx run the Ontario Line underground?

Metrolinx explains why running the Ontario Line in the existing rail corridor is not only the right approach for the community but also for an effective transit network. Underground doesn’t mean less impact. And it doesn’t mean being invisible. Residents of Toronto’s Riverside and Leslieville communities have been asking Metrolinx if it’s possible to build a tunnel entrance east of the Don River, allowing Ontario … Continue reading The most common question from Leslieville and Riverside – Why can’t Metrolinx run the Ontario Line underground?