Toronto's Rapid Transit Lines - Line 3 (Scarborough RT)

Jul. 7, 2019

Map by Frank P. Teskey; originally appeared in the Toronto Star, Wednesday, January 29, 1975

Jul. 7, 2019
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(Last Modified on October 17, 2017 12:30 PM)
Proposed SRT Route Map in 1975
Possible alignments initially proposed for Scarborough RT line. Map by Frank P. Teskey; originally appeared in the Toronto Star, Wednesday, January 29, 1975

Text by James Bow

May. 26, 2019

"Scarborough's light rail line started life as a planned streetcar route that would connect the under-construction Kennedy station at the end of the Bloor-Danforth line to Scarborough Town Centre via a dedicated right of way, short tunnel, and concrete section of elevated track" - blogTO

May. 26, 2019
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Chris Bateman

Posted on July 20, 2013

Nov. 14, 2018

An above-ground rail line opens, running from McCowan Road north of Ellesmere Avenue to the Kennedy subway station - City council now intends to replace it with a subway extension ending in a single stop at the Scarborough Town Centre - The proposal has fuelled bitter political debates for years - thestar.com

Photo - Marcus Oleniuk/Toronto Star file photo