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Scarborough Malvern LRT open houses,
July 23 and 24



Next week, the City of Toronto and the TTC will host two public information centres as part of the environmental assessment protection for the next Transit City light rail transit line.

The Scarborough Malvern LRT will connect Kennedy Station on the 2 Bloor — Danforth subway and 3 Scarborough rapid transit lines with the Malvern Town Centre near Neilson Road and McLevin Avenue.

Northeastbound light rail vehicles will likely travel along a route starting at Kennedy Station:

eastward along Eglinton Avenue East;
northeastward along Kingston Road;
northward along Morningside Avenue;
westward along Sheppard Avenue East; and then
northward along Neilson Road to the Malvern Town Centre.

Southwestbound vehicles will likely reverse this route.

The proposed line will connect with GO Transit trains operating on the 71 Stouffville line at Kennedy Station and on the 09 Lakeshore East line at Eglinton and Guildwood Stations.

It may also connect with the proposed Eglinton Crosstown LRT at Kennedy Station, the proposed Kingston Road transit line at Eglinton and Kingston or at Guildwood Station, the proposed Sheppard East LRT at Sheppard Avenue East and Morningside Avenue and possibly also connect with an extended 3 Scarborough rapid transit line at the Malvern Town Centre.The proposed Scarborough Malvern line will also serve the University of Toronto’s Scarborough Campus and Centennial College’s Ellesmere Campus.

You can review the plans for the proposed line and comment on the proposals at two information meetings taking place from 6:30 until 9 p.m. on:

Wednesday, July 23,
Scarborough Village Recreation Centre,
3600 Kingston Road (Near Markham and Kingston Roads)
(You can see a map of the meeting locaton here.) (.pdf)

and

Thursday, July 24,
University of Toronto, Scarborough Campus
Science Wing Meeting Place
1265 Military Trail
(You can see a map of the meeting location here.) (.pdf)


You can see a map of the proposed route here. (.pdf)

You can read a newsletter providing more details of the project here (.pdf)

You can find out more about other Transit City projects here and here.

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