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Proposed Durham-Scarborough BRT
Learn about the bus rapid transit Metrolinx proposes be built on Ellesmere Road in Toronto and along Highway 2 in Durham.
With rapid growth in this Region over the past decade, and an expectation for this growth to continue in the future – with approximately 215,000 residents and 66,000 jobs anticipated by 2041 – travel demand along the corridor will continue to increase.
As the population grows, so will traffic and congestion. Bus rapid transit provides an alternative to car use, reducing traffic congestion, as well as greenhouse gas emissions.
Bus rapid transit was identified as the preferred transit technology to link Durham Region and the City of Toronto through the Durham-Scarborough Bus Rapid Transit Initial Business Case (IBC), and was identified in the 2041 Regional Transportation Plan.
Metrolinx is working with Durham Region, Durham Region Transit (DRT), City of Toronto and the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) on the planning and design of this rapid transit corridor.
BRT stop details
BRT stop locations
Preliminary design for Toronto, Pickering, Ajax, Whitby and Oshawa
Proposition d'un corridor de transport en commun rapide de 24 km le long de la rue Queen et de
Proposed transit corridor along a 48 km stretch of Dundas Street from Hwy 6 to Kipling Transit Hub.
14 kilometres of modern light rail transit running between McMaster University and Eastgate Square.
A midtown connection between east and west Toronto with 25 stations along a dedicated route.