Update on Crosstown LRT track installation
See the new infographic that shows just how much rail has been put down for the new line.
Feb 7, 2020
Close your eyes and try as you might – it’s difficult to really imagine about 23,000 metres of rail.
That’s generally the distance crews have reached as they near the halfway point of putting down tracks for the Eglinton Crosstown light rail transit (LRT) project. And when we recently carried that story, we struggled a bit to – beyond pointing out it amounts to about 41 CN Towers placed end to end – help readers visualize the work.
So the Crosstown team has updated an interesting infographic to help guide those following the build that will lead to 25 stations and 19 kilometres of new transit for Toronto.
Click here for an even closer look at the track installation graphic
You can dig into details of the track work by going to our last story – just click here – but this visual reference might help you see it all in one frame. And no need to start adding up CN Towers.
For other recent Crosstown stories, go here. And keep checking back, as we approach the completion of the first Crosstown station. Because, yes, we’ll have your first look inside.