Upcoming Metrolinx Ontario Line work in your area

University Avenue Lane Closure & Utility Relocation

Metrolinx will be conducting utility relocation work to facilitate construction for the future Ontario Line. To accommodate this work University Avenue from Queen Street West to Armoury Street will be reduced to one lane southbound.  Some minor sidewalk impacts can be expected periodically throughout the work. There will be signs, construction hoarding, and safety barricades to direct pedestrians around the closed sidewalk as needed.

Please find the attached community notice for more information.

If you have any questions, please reach out to:

Zahrah Munas | ontarioline@metrolinx.com | Ontario Line Community Engagement Team | Communications Division | Metrolinx

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Toronto City Council Approves Coordinated Traffic Plan in Preparation for Ontario Line Construction

Toronto City Council approved plans for long-term, temporary traffic changes that will enable the construction of the section of the province’s new Ontario Line from Exhibition Station to the future Corktown Station between 2022 and 2029.The preliminary plans outline the impact that traffic changes could have on the community and road users, including drivers, pedestrians, cyclists and transit riders. These plans will be refined, and traffic impacts reduced as construction contracts are awarded.

Please click here for full City news release.

If you have any questions, please reach out to:
Caitlin Docherty
Community Relations & Issues Advisor – Ontario Line

Metrolinx Community Notice- Geotechnical Instrumentation Monitoring

Metrolinx will be installing Geotechnical Instrumentation Monitoring points for Osgoode station starting  October 17, 2022 from 9 pm -5 pm.  For more information and details, please see the attached notice, which is being e-mailed to elected officials and community groups.

If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to directly contact the Ontario Line.

Geotechnical Instrumentation and Monitoring Program in the Queen and University area

To advance design concepts and other structural plans for the Ontario Line, Metrolinx will be establishing a Horizontal Control Network that will be utilized for the Geotechnical Instrumentation and Monitoring Program. A three-person crew will be visiting locations along Queen, Simcoe, St. Patrick, University, Duncan and Pullan Place to establish a horizontal control network (a series of survey points) that will be utilized for the Geotechnical Instrumentation & Monitoring Program.

Scheduled Timeline: June 2022 – March 2023
See Attached Notice