Ontario Line - Lakeshore East Corridor

Jun. 20, 2021

How will Metrolinx address noise and vibration impacts of the Ontario Line in Riverside and Leslieville?

https://www.metrolinxengage.com/en/content/ontario-line-neighbourhood-updates-east

Jun. 20, 2021

Why can't the Ontario Line go underground before reaching Riverside and Leslieville?

https://www.metrolinxengage.com/en/content/ontario-line-neighbourhood-updates-east

Jun. 20, 2021

Just east of the Don River and north of Lake Shore Boulevard East, a station at East Harbour will be an important transfer point, accommodating GO operations, a planned extension of the Broadview streetcar, and Ontario Line service in a corner of the city that is poised for growth.

The Ontario Line tracks will be positioned on the north side of the existing rail corridor. With a shared concourse providing easy access to all the rail services that will serve East Harbour, more customers will be able to transfer from the GO train to the Ontario Line, and travel to more places.

This travel hub will be integrated within a transit-oriented community development and will be built to Metrolinx design standards. This development is part of the government’s plan to build vibrant, higher density, mixed-use communities that are connected to transit. Infrastructure Ontario, on behalf of the Province, is currently working on designs with the City of Toronto and Cadillac Fairview, the landowner and developer of the site. Community input is a key component of the development, and the province will host public consultations that are expected to begin in Summer 2021.