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If you haven’t already, please take 5 minutes to complete the following survey. Your input will help shape the future of the Eglinton East LRT.

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Building transit in Scarborough: Eglinton East LRT is Scarborough’s transit corridor.

Endorsed by Council in 2016, the EELRT is a key part of the Scarborough Rapid Transit Network Plan to improve local accessibility and support the development of complete communities. Providing local transit connections, the Eglinton East LRT will build on Scarborough’s strengths, attracting investment and opportunity along the corridor. The Eglinton East LRT is more than a transit project, it is Scarborough’s transit corridor connecting people and places on Eglinton Ave, Kingston Road, Morningside, to the University of Toronto Scarborough Campus and to Malvern Town Centre.
The LRT will support sustainable, economically vibrant and complete communities along the LRT route along with the opportunity to create an attractive and welcoming public realm.

The Eglinton East LRT is the easterly extension of the Eglinton Crosstown LRT from Kennedy Station along Eglinton Avenue East, Kingston Road and Morningside Avenue. The Eglinton East LRT will provide improved local transit access to over 40,000 residents who live within walking distance of the corridor. It will bring rapid transit to five Neighbourhood Improvement Areas, and two post-secondary campuses – University of Toronto Scarborough Campus and Centennial College Morningside Campus.

For more information about why we are planning the Eglinton East LRT, check out the video on the About page.

Eglinton East LRT Route Map

Eglinton East LRT Route Map

Scarborough Rapid Transit Network

The Eglinton East LRT is a key part of the Scarborough rapid transit plan, along with the Scarborough Subway Extension, two new SmartTrack stations at Lawrence-Kennedy and Finch-Kennedy, and more rapid transit routes to come. Together, these projects will greatly improve transit connections in Scarborough. The Scarborough transit network is growing and the Eglinton East LRT is helping to make that happen!

This map shows how the Eglinton East LRT is a key part of the Scarobourgh Rapid Transit Plan. The Eglinton East LRT route runs East-West along Eglinton Avenue, Northeast along Kingston Road, North along Morningside Avenue, around UTSC, and continues North to Malvern Town Centre. Context is shown with other lines that are part of the Scarborough rapid transit network and interchange stations where they intersect the Eglinton East LRT. Line 2 Bloor-Danforth and the Scarborough Extension run east-west, with an interchange station at Kennedy. SmartTrack runs north-south, with an interchange station at Kennedy GO. GO-Lakeshore East runs east-west, with interchange stations at Eglinton GO and Guildwood GO. Durham-Scarborough BRT runs east-west, intersecting the Eglinton East LRT at UTSC. The northern portion of Line 5 to Malvern will intersect with the Sheppard RT.

Have your say on the future of the Eglinton East LRT

Community Consultations

The Eglinton East LRT Project Team hosted community consultations in four Scarborough communities throughout September 2018.

For more information about current consultation activities please visit our Get Involved page.

 

 

Get Involved

Public Meetings

Malvern Community Centre
30 Sewells Road
November 29, 2017
6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

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St. Martin de Porres Catholic School
230 Morningside Avenue
November 30, 2017
6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

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Jean Vanier Catholic Secondary School
959 Midland Avenue
December 2, 2017
10:00 am – 12:00 pm

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News

Improved Local Transit
The Eglinton East LRT ​is being planned
to​ provide improved local transit access
to over 40,000 residents.

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Premium Passenger Experience
LRT vehicles coming to Scarborough
with improved accessibility to local
destinations.

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Scarborough’s Rapid Transit Network
Eglinton East LRT identified as a key
part of Scarborough’s Rapid Transit
Network.

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We are looking for your feedback on 5 issue areas

To find out more and fill out the surveys, see current work.

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