Facts

The TTC’s Downtown Rapid Transit Expansion Study (2012) concluded that transit services to and from the downtown core are reaching the limits of their practical peak capacity and, with continuing growth and development in the Greater Toronto Area, the need for improvements to existing transit service is clear. To address …

Relief Line South Issues Statement of Completion

The City of Toronto, TTC and Metrolinx, as co-proponents undertook a Transit Project Assessment Process (TPAP) in 2018. The TPAP is a streamlined (6-month) environmental assessment process specific to transit Projects in Ontario to satisfy the requirements of the Environmental Assessment Act, Regulation 231/08. The TPAP includes consultation, an assessment of …

Relief Line South Environmental Project Report Completed

We are pleased to advise that the City of Toronto and Metrolinx, as co-proponents, have completed an Environmental Project Report (EPR) for the Relief Line South in accordance with the Transit Project Assessment Process (TPAP) under Ontario Regulation 231/08. View the Notice of Completion. The Relief Line South is a new …

Relief Line Subway Project Advancing

The City of Toronto and the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) in partnership with Metrolinx jointly announced today that public meetings will be held on plans for a Relief Line South subway project. The public consultation is outlined in a document issued today called Notice of Commencement and Public Meetings for …

Current Work Summer 2017

In July 2016 City Council approved a Pape/Eastern/Queen alignment for the Relief Line, with the exception of a local segment, located generally between the GO Rail corridor and Queen Street. In May 2017, City Council approved the Carlaw alignment for the local segment. City Council authorized commencing the Transit Project …

April Public meeting and Materials

We invite you to attend a public meeting to learn more about the work on the Relief Line Local Segment. In July 2016, Toronto City Council approved a preferred alignment and station locations for the Relief Line (Pape to Downtown via Queen/Eastern) subject to assessment of an additional alignment within a local segment …

Current Work – Fall 2016

At its meeting of July 12-14, 2016, City Council approved the Pape-Eastern-Queen alignment for the Relief Line, subject to the additional work as specified below and authorized the Chief Planner and Executive Director, City Planning and the Chief Executive Officer, Toronto Transit Commission to: work in partnership with Metrolinx to confirm station locations …

June Public Meetings

Upcoming Meetings Thursday, June 2Riverdale Collegiate, 1094 Gerrard St East6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. (Presentation at 7:00 pm) Wednesday, June 15Matty Eckler Community Centre, 935 Gerrard St East6:30 p.m. -8:30 p.m. (Presentation at 7 p.m.) Monday, June 20Calvary Church, 746 Pape Avenue6:30 p.m. -8:30 p.m. (Presentation at 7 p.m.) Public Meeting Presentation Download …

Ontario Supporting Next Steps for the Relief Subway Line

News Release Ontario Supporting Next Steps for the Relief Subway Line Province Committed to Improving Transit June 1, 2016 2:00 P.M. Ministry of Transportation As part of Moving Ontario Forward, the province is supporting planning and design work as well as route and station locations for the proposed Relief Line that …

City Council Approves Corridor B1

On March 31, 2016, City Council approved Pape to Downtown via Queen/Richmond (Corridor B1) as the preferred corridor for the Relief Line. For more information, please see report EX13.3 Developing Toronto’s Transit Network Plan: Phase 1 (Relief Line section begins on appendix 6). The project team will be consulting on the …