Today, Mike Colle, MPP for Eglinton-Lawrence, joined Ontario Minister of Transportation, Kathleen Wynne, T.T.C. Chair Karen Stintz, and local City Councillor Josh Colle, for the official opening of the Metrolinx Community Office.
"This is great news. The new community office will provide residents with information about the Eglinton-Scarborough Crosstown transit project. Our government is committed to making public transit better for Ontario families." â€” Mike Colle, Eglinton-Lawrence MPP
This new community office opened its doors today to keep local residents informed on the progress of the Eglinton-Scarborough Crosstown Light Rapid Transit (LRT) project.
Location: 1848 Eglinton Avenue West (near Dufferin Street)
The Province will be responsible for building the Eglinton-Scarborough Crosstown LRT, which will be a continuous LRT line running about 25 kilometres from Black Creek Drive to Scarborough Centre. The line will include up to 26 stops and be mostly underground from Black Creek to Kennedy, then follow the elevated Scarborough RT alignment from Kennedy to the Scarborough Centre.
Investing in Ontario's roads, highways, transit, hospitals and schools is part of the government's plan to create jobs, grow local economies and ensure the province remains strong and competitive for years to come.
For additional information, please contact:
Office of Mike Colle
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