GTA - Phase I

Apr. 11, 2016

Phase I
(5 to 10 years)

[Similar to SmarterTracks - Scarborough - Phase I - 1st DRAFT - The only difference is that I now have the Scarborough Subway Extension going straight from the Kennedy and Eglinton Station to the McCowan and Lawrence Subway Station instead of following McCowan Road]

Apr. 9, 2016

Following is a list of the current transit plans that are ready, or almost ready, to be implemented (along with my own tweaks and preferences) - I am in general agreement with most the current plans - It's as we get in to the next few phases that our plans really start to diverge

 - Relief Line along Queen Street between University Avenue and Don Mills and Lawrence
 - Three-stop Scarborough Subway Extension to McCowan and Sheppard
 - High-capacity Parking Node at McCowan and Sheppard
 - Finch West LRT between Humber College and Yonge and Finch Subway Station
 - Parking Node at Jane and Finch
 - Crosstown East LRT Extension between Kennedy and Eglinton Subway Station and UTSC (University of Toronto Scarborough Campus)
 - Hurontario-Main LRT between the Brampton and Port Credit GO Stations


NOTE:  Plans and maps for Phases II to XV are in the works - Any plans or maps for these phases currently on this site are still rough drafts

 - Phase I for the GTA and Scarborugh on this subpage is complete for now

 - Phases II to V for Scarborough on the Phase II to V subpages are complete for now

 - Phases VI to XV for Scarborough are in progress

 - Phases II to XV for the GTA are in progress

Apr. 9, 2016
Apr. 9, 2016

Relief Line Corridor Approved

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 page 36).

The project team will be consulting on the preferred alignment and stations in May, and reporting on the recommended alignment and stations to the City's Executive Committee in June and City Council in July.
- See more at:

Apr. 9, 2016