In Part 1 of this series, I discussed general issues about the Eglinton LRT and details of the proposed line between the airport and Black Creek.
My apologies to regular readers for the delay in posting news and comment on the last round of Eglinton LRT designs. Over the next few days, I hope to catch up on this and other topics.
June 2009 brought a major round of public meetings for the Eglinton LRT complete with a detailed look at how the line would be implemented. The display panels for the current proposals are available on the project website.
The Eglinton line is a huge project, and if it’s done right, will show off the capabilities of LRT versus other modes. The line will be partly on the surface, partly grade separated (mainly underground), and will be a real test of fitting infrastructure appropriate to demand levels across much of the city.
The comments below follow the display panels in the order presented by the TTC to save readers from jumping back and forth to locate various topics. Continue reading