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Reports and Meeting Materials

Over the course of this study there will be multiple project reports, background studies, consultation summary documents and Staff reports that will be posted as they are generated for public review.

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Reports to City Council

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City Council (April 9, 2019): Toronto’s Transit Expansion Program – Update and Next Steps

City Staff’s report to City Council on April 9, 2019. The report provides an update on Transit Projects.

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City Council (May 14, 2018): Eglinton East Light Rail Transit Project Update and Next Steps

Staff report to City Council on May 14, 2018. The report provides an update on some of the key issue areas, including Kingston-Lawrence-Morningside, University of Toronto Scarborough Campus, and the extension to Malvern.

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City Council (March 28, 2017): Next Steps on the Scarborough Subway Extension

Council directs staff to develop a construction timetable and funding plan for the Eglinton East LRT.

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City Council (July 12, 2016): Developing Toronto’s Transit Network plan to 2031

Council directs staff to advance the Eglinton East LRT to five percent design.

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City Council (March 31, 2016): Developing Toronto’s Transit Network Plan Phase 1

Council direction to staff to expedite the project delivery schedule of the Eglinton East LRT to the extent possible.

Technical Reports

The following technical reports document the analysis of options considered in the Concept Refinement phase of work. These reports form the basis of the May 2018 report to City Council.

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Kingston-Lawrence-Morningside Options Report

Five concepts were considered for the LRT alignment in the triangular area of Kingston Avenue, Lawrence Avenue and Morningside Avenue. This report sets out the concepts, evaluation and identifies an emerging preferred concept.

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University of Toronto Scarborough Options Report

An Eglinton East LRT-UTSC Integration study was undertaken to review the alignment of the LRT through campus to ensure the integration supports the objectives of the LRT as well as the campus’ vision for a walkable, transit-oriented urban node. This report sets out the concepts, evaluation and identifies an emerging preferred concept.

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Connecting Malvern Recommendation Report

This report documents the analysis of the options to connect UTSC and Malvern Town Centre. This report sets out the concepts, evaluation and identifies an emerging preferred concept.

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Economic Analysis of Grade Separations – Kingston-Lawrence-Morningside and UTSC

A robust comparison of benefits and costs was undertaken for grade separation options at Kingston-Lawrence-Morningside and University of Toronto Scarborough Campus (UTSC). Details of the analysis are provided in the report.

Evaluation Framework

The elevation framework will be used to evaluate each of the options developed for the issue areas of Eglinton + Kingston Road, Kingston – Lawrence – Morningside (KLM), University of Toronto Scarborough Campus (UTSC) integration, and Northern Extension. The evaluation criteria are grouped under three main themes: Serving People, Strengthening Places, and Supporting Prosperity.

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Evaluation Framework

Rapid Transit Evaluation Framework that is used to guide decisions.

Consultation Summaries & Past Engagement Activities

The Eglinton East LRT project includes three major phases of work (see about page for more information on work phases).

Summaries of the consultation and communications activities completed and the feedback received can be found below. To request a full copy of the Consultation and Communications Plan, or any other reports, please email us or call us at 416-338-2848.

Phase 3 Consultation

Phase 3
The third round of public meetings for the Eglinton East LRT project were held in Scarborough in February, 2019.

The following summaries provide an overview of the meetings and document the question and answer periods for each engagment activity.  Meeting materials are available upon request. To request copies, please email or call us at 416-338-2848.

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Public Meeting #1 (February 20, 2019)

Summary of the first public meeting for Phase 3 of the Eglinton East LRT project.

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Public Meeting #2 (February 27, 2019)

Summary of the second public meeting for Phase 3 of the Eglinton East LRT project.

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Case Studies 

Consistent with the project’s objectives of improving connectivity and encouraging the development of complete communities, an investment in LRT could support a wide range of community goals that address the social, economic, mobility and public realm needs. At the Public Meetings in February 2019, the City presented case studies giving examples of how this has been achieved in other cities and how it could be applied to the Eglinton East LRT.

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Coming Soon: Stakeholder Advisory Group Meeting Summary

Phase 2 Consultation

Phase 2
The second round of public meetings for the Eglinton East LRT project were held in Scarborough in Fall 2018.

The following summaries provide an overview of the meetings and document the question and answer periods for each engagment activity.  Meeting materials are available upon request. To request copies, please email or call us at 416-338-2848.

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Eglinton East LRT September Engagement Sessions Overview
On September 5th, 10th, 13th and 18th, 2018 the Eglinton East LRT project team, including staff from the City of Toronto (City), Urban Strategies Inc. (USI) and Dillon Consulting (Dillon), hosted day-long engagement meetings with other City staff, stakeholders and the public.

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St. Mother Teresa Catholic Academy Youth Engagement
On October 11th, 2018 City of Toronto staff, and Maximum City visited St. Mother Teresa Catholic Academy on Sewells Road in the Malvern Community to have a conversation with students about the planning and designing of the Eglinton East LRT corridor.

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West Hill Collegiate Institute Youth Engagement
On October 2nd, 2018 City of Toronto staff along with Maximum City and Dillon Consulting visited West Hill Collegiate Institute on Morningside Avenue in Scarborough to listen to and talk with students about their ideas for planning and designing the Eglinton East LRT corridor.

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Arts-Based Community Engagement
Four public meetings were held in September 2018 to provide opportunities to introduce the EELRT project to local residents. These public meetings included an interactive arts-based activity in which local residents were invited to draw their ideas for public spaces and communities along the LRT route, from Kennedy Station to Malvern Town Centre.

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Corridor Wish Mapping

The Corridor Wish Mapping exercise was an online engagement tool in which participants let the project team know which areas of the LRT corridor they would like to preserve and which aspects they’d like to change.

Phase 1 Consultation

Phase 1
The first round of public meetings for the Eglinton East LRT project was held in Scarborough in November and December 2017.

The following summaries provide an overview of the meetings and document the question and answer periods for each engagment activity.  Meeting materials are available upon request. To request copies, please email or call us at 416-338-2848.

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Public Meeting #1 (November 29, 2017)

Summary of the first public meeting for the Eglinton East LRT project. This meeting was part of a series of three public meetings in the Phase 1 Consultation period for the study.

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Public Meeting #2 (November 30, 2017)

Summary of the second public meeting for the Eglinton East LRT project. This meeting was part of a series of three public meetings in the Phase 1 Consultation period for the study.

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Public Meeting #3 (December 2, 2017)

Summary of the third public meeting for the Eglinton East LRT project. This meeting was the final in a series of three public meetings that are part of the Phase 1 Consultation period for the study.

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Stakeholder Advisory Group Meeting #1 (November 23, 2017)

Summary of the first Stakeholder Advisory Group (SAG) meeting for the Eglinton East LRT project.

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Stakeholder Advisory Group Meeting #2 (March 1, 2018)

Summary of the second Stakeholder Advisory Group (SAG) meeting for the Eglinton East LRT project.

Background Reports

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Scarborough-Malvern LRT
Environmental Assessment Report

To request a copy of the 2009 Scarborough-Malvern LRT Environment Assessment Report, please email us or call us at 416-338-2848.

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