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Another Scarborough - Malvern LRT open house, June 29



Update — July 28, 1:10 p.m.: You can view the staff presentations from the meetings here, here, here and here. (all .pdf documents)


Update — June 29, 12:49 p.m.: Due to the strike by members of the Canadian Union of Public Employees Locals 79 and 416, the organizers have moved the location of the meeting to a site that the City of Toronto does not operate.


Thumbnail image for button_scarboroughma.jpgTTC and City of Toronto staff are hosting a third open house for members of the public interested in learning more about the future Scarborough - Malvern light rail Transit City line.

The open house takes place on Monday, June 29 from 6:30 until 9 p.m. at the Scarborough Village Recreation Centre (Intermission Room), 3600 Kingston Road, jsut east of Markham Road.

The Scarborough Malvern LRT will connect Kennedy Station on the 2 Bloor — Danforth subway and 3 Scarborough rapid transit lines with Sheppard Avenue East at Morningside Avenue.

The 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 will also connect with the Eglinton Crosstown LRT at Kennedy Station, the Kingston Road bus rapid transit line at Eglinton Avenue West and Kingston Road or at Guildwood Station, the 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 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 the open house on June 29.


You can find out more about the Scarborough Malvern LRT here.

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.

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