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Weston tunnel community meeting, March 3



Metrolinx and GO Transit are inviting members of the Weston community to a third informal group meeting to review the design and construction of the future railway tunnel through their neighbourhood and issues about its construction.

At this third meeting, Metrolinx and GO staff will discuss the feedback they received and respond to questions that members of the community asked during earlier meetings on Thursday, December 2 and Wednesday, January 26.

The meeting takes place next Wednesday, March 3 at the York West Active Living Centre at 1901 Weston Road from 6:30 until 8:30 p.m. If you wish to participate, please e-mail gts@gotransit.com or call 416-241-2300.

The tunnel will let GO trains operating along the 31 Georgetown line and the future line to Bolton and the Air Rail Link trains pass through the residential area with less disruption.

During the project, GO will lower and cover the tracks through Weston. It will relocate Weston GO station from its current site north of Lawrence Avenue West to a new site south of Lawrence.

Metrolinx and GO are working with several partners, including the City of Toronto and the Toronto Catholic District School Board to figure out how to the covered section of the Weston Tunnel, to work on a station area master plan that incorporates the station design with other planned building opportunities and planning exercise for Weston that City planning staff will lead.

After the project is complete, through traffic will to cross the tracks over bridges at King and Church Street. John Street close to vehicles, although a new pedestrian bridge will still allow some access between the west and east ends of the street.

The community meeting takes place Wednesday, January 26 at the York West Active Living Centre at 1901 Weston Road from 6:30 until 8:30 p.m.


You can see how Metrolinx and GO are responding to the feedback they received during the December 2 meeting here. (.pdf)

You can see the presentation from the January 26 meeting here. (.pdf)

You can find out more about the project to upgrade the Georgetown South rail corridor here.

You can find out more about the Air Rail Link here.