The first round of public meetings for the Scarborough-Malvern line will be held on July 23rd and 24th. Meetings for the Finch West line will follow on July 29th, August 6th and 7th.
Updated July 30: The Scarborough-Malvern display panels are now available online. Note that on Page 13 the peak ridership forecast is now 4,600 to 5,000 per hour. This change from earlier estimates (3,900) I reported is due to the incorporation of updated population and employment projections, and the change to 2031 as the reference year to match the estimates in Metrolinx studies.
Various routes from Kingston Road north to Malvern via UofT Scarborough Campus are shown in the display. The preferred route travels north on Morningside as far as Sheppard, then west (via shared trackage with the Sheppard East LRT), the north via Neilson to Malvern Town Centre. The alignment would be generally in the middle of roads except possibly near UTSC depending on what design would best serve that campus.
The Finch West site now was a FAQ which gives a projected peak ridership for the line of 2,300 to 2,800 per hour. The lower figure matches the earlier published 2021 estimate. I am not sure if the two studies are drawing on the same source of ridership estimates, and I will follow this up with the planners.