Crosstown construction continues on schedule and work will soon begin on the eastern leg!
As I noted in a previous newsletter, crews have started to relocate utilities along Eglinton between Brentcliffe and Leslie for the next phase of the project.
The soon-to-start next phase involves the construction of a launch shaft to provide access points for Don and Humber, the tunnel boring machines that will dig the 3.25 kilometres of underground twin tunnels towards Yonge Street. Crews will also start building the underground support walls at Laird and Bayview as well as an emergency exit building.
During construction, there will be lane reductions along Eglinton as well as TTC stop and sidewalk relocations.
The Crosstown Community Relations Team is working closely with city staff from Transportation Services on all aspects of the project.
They are keeping track of traffic issues and exploring solutions to keep traffic moving, including posting signs with alternate route information and signal retiming.
You can see all of the Crosstown construction updates online at www.thecrosstown.ca.
If you have any questions about the construction process or any traffic issues, please contact the Crosstown Community Relations Team by phone at 416-782-8118, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or, by visiting their new office at Bayview and Eglinton (661 Eglinton Ave. E in the Sunnybrook Plaza) opening soon.