Expected Completion: 2021

There’s two things Torontonians love to talk about: weather and commuting. We can’t do much about the former – but we’re going to transform the latter. New, reliable rapid transit is coming to Toronto with the Eglinton Crosstown LRT project. 25 stations and stops across Toronto will get you where you need to go quickly and seamlessly, for life, work, and play. It will give families like yours the freedom to move and choose, in a city always growing into something greater.

Move across 19 kilometres of track 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?

A true example of a new regional rapid transit network, the Crosstown will link to 54 bus routes, three TTC subway stations, UP Express and the Kitchener, Barrie and Stouffville GO lines.

Between Weston Road and Kennedy Station, bus routes will be replaced by light rail vehicles traveling underground and in dedicated lanes. With fewer buses and more drivers leaping onto light rail vehicles, everyone will enjoy a different kind of transit journey. That’s a benefit for everyone.
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For more information, visit: www.thecrosstown.ca
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25

stations and stops    

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60%

faster than your current travel time