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West Community Office
1848 Eglinton Ave. West
York, Ontario, M6E 2J4
Tel: 416-782-8118

Hours of Operation
Monday to Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

East Community Office
660 Eglinton Ave. East
East York, Ontario, M4G 2K2
Tel: 416-482-7411

Hours of Operation
Monday to Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Expected Completion: 2021

New, reliable rapid transit is coming to Toronto with the Eglinton Crosstown Light Rail Transit (LRT) project. With 25 stations and stops running east-west across Toronto, we’re building the new Crosstown LRT to get you get you where you need to be better, faster and easier.

It will give families like yours the freedom to live, work and play, in a city always growing into something greater.

A true example of a new regional rapid transit network, the Crosstown will link to TTC 54 bus routes, three TTC subway stations (Kennedy, Eglinton and Cedarvale), and 3 GO stations (Mount Dennis, Caledonia, and Kennedy), all featuring 15-minute or better service and new stations, to connect you to your city.

Move across 19 kilometres faster than a streetcar, a bus, or a downtown subway. In fact, your Crosstown LRT vehicle will be up to 60% faster than your current travel time. How’s that for fast?

Between Weston Road and Kennedy Station, TTC bus routes will be replaced and upgraded with light rail vehicles traveling underground and in dedicated lanes, outside of traffic. With fewer buses and more drivers switching to transit, everyone will enjoy a different kind of transit journey. That’s a benefit for everyone.
For more information, visit: www.thecrosstown.ca
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West Community Office
1848 Eglinton Ave. West
York, Ontario, M6E 2J4
Tel: 416-782-8118

Hours of Operation
Monday to Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

East Community Office
660 Eglinton Ave. East
East York, Ontario, M4G 2K2
Tel: 416-482-7411

Hours of Operation
Monday to Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

25

stations and stops    

19

kilometres    

60%

faster than your current travel time    

The Eglinton Crosstown is the cornerstone of the $8.4 billion investment. The Crosstown line will run underground for more than 10 kilometres, from Keele Street to Laird Avenue, then at surface to Kennedy Station.

The project, which is under construction now, is creating thousands of design and construction jobs, and will provide lasting economic benefits to Toronto and its surrounding region.

For employers, public transit is how their workforce commutes. For thousands of students, it’s how they get to class. For seniors, it’s how they get to their medical appointments and maintain independence in their senior years. Once complete, the Crosstown service will cut transit time significantly along this important mid-town corridor.

The Crosstown will open as Line 5 Eglinton, in 2021. Monitor construction progress and milestones by visiting the Crosstown website at www.thecrosstown.ca.