Finch West LRT
- Finch West LRT
With 18 stops across 10.3 kilometres of rail, the Finch West Light Rail Transit (LRT) line will run along Finch Avenue West from Keele Street to Highway 27, where it will turn, then travel south to the Humber College north campus. It will sport connections with other TTC lines, as well as connections to Peel and York Region local transit services.
The Finch West LRT project will give those in northwest Toronto a transit system that offers more choices to travel. The project will cut down travel time and increase transit reliability. The line will feature accessible platforms, improved streetscapes and cycling infrastructure that is safe and convenient.
In the news
Shattering safety standards on the Finch West LRT - with glass
August 25, 2022
Transit designers have a key challenge: building public spaces that are bright, safe and inviting. In the early days of passenger rail, station designs user experience beyond their ability to get on and off a train. By modern standards, early rail stations were often poorly lit and while older stations often undergo rehabilitation, newer stations are built from the ground up with a modern design. [Read More]
Finch West LRT - drone flyover video and spring progress recap
August 4, 2022
Crews made significant progress on the Finch West light rail transit (LRT) line throughout spring 2022, including vehicle testing work, installation of tracks and other key railway infrastructure and the final electrical substation delivery. Metrolinx News is here to recap these exciting developments that show just how far this landmark transit project has come. Spring was a busy season for the Finch West LRT. [Read More]
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