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November 232018

808/817 Mount Pleasant Rd Water Shut-Off - Construction notice

NOTICE OF PLANNED OVERNIGHT WATER SHUT-OFF

MONDAY NOVEMBER 26, 2018

 

What Work is Taking Place? Read more »

November 232018

Construction Notice - Laird Station - Concrete Pours

UPDATE: New Mining Activities at Laird Station

 

WHAT WORK IS TAKING PLACE?

As work progresses underground, final lining works will begin on sections of the caverns where mining excavation is complete. Read more »

November 222018

Pre-cast Concrete Installation for Facility Services Building Construction at Eglinton Station

Beginning as early as October 26, 2018, crews will install pre-cast concrete for the Facility Services Building for the TTC Line 1 Subway system. Crews will also undertake various activities inside the TTC station. Read more »

November 222018

Upcoming Traffic and Pedestrian Changes at Forest Hill Station

What Work is Taking Place? 

A new traffic configuration will be implemented at Forest Hill Station this month.  Construction will shift to the north side of Eglinton Avenue, and traffic will shift to the south.  Peveril Hill Road will remain closed to accommodate the construction laydown area.  This change is required to make way for the next phase of construction at Forest Hill Station. Read more »

November 202018

Nightly Crosswalk Closure at Pharmacy Avenue and Eglinton to Facilitate Watermain Installation

What Work is Taking Place?

As part of construction of the future surface alignment for the Eglinton Crosstown LRT, crews will be closing the east side crosswalk (north-south) at Pharmacy Avenue and Eglinton Avenue East intersection as early as Monday, November 19, 2018 for approximately four (4) nights. Read more »

November 202018

Update: Intersection Closure at Eglinton Square for Pavement Reconstruction

What Work is Taking Place?

Crews will conduct the first of a series civil works involving pavement reconstruction works at intersections along Eglinton Avenue East between Victoria Park Avenue and Birchmount Road in support of construction of the future surface stops.

Work began in November 2018 and will continue with an intersection closure on Friday, November 23, 2018 for approximately one (1) day. Read more »

November 202018

UPDATED: Continuation of Overnight Utilities Work at Forest Hill Station through December 2018

Originally Published: November 7, 2018 
Updated: November 20, 2018 

 

What Work is Taking Place?

Crews have been completing overnight wet utility and hydro utility installation work at Forest Hill Station since September 2018.  This work will continue through December 30, 2018.  By the end of 2018, 95% of all utilities relocation and installation work will have been completed at Forest Hill Station.

November 162018

Crosswalk Closure at Pharmacy Avenue and Eglinton Avenue East to Facilitate Catch Basin Installation

What Work is Taking Place?

As part of construction of the future surface alignment for the Eglinton Crosstown LRT, crews will be closing the west side crosswalk (north-south) at Pharmacy Avenue and Eglinton Avenue East intersection as early as Monday, November 19, 2018 for approximately five (5) weeks.

The closure is required to provide safe and adequate space for catch basin installation and boulevard work. Read more »

November 142018

Overnight Generator at Wynford Drive Bridge

What Work is Taking Place?

Crews continue the rehabilitation the Wynford Drive Bridge as part of the construction of the Eglinton Crosstown LRT. Works include deck replacement, reinforcement and repairs to the abutments and beams to the bridge. Bridge rehabilitation works require traffic on Eglinton Avenue East to be shifted to the north side of Eglinton Avenue East to allow work to proceed on the south side.   Read more »