This page contains the documents for the 2010 Environmental Assessment of the Scarborough LRT line.
Updated July 5, 2016: Display panels from the public consultations in March and April 2010 have been added.
The TTC began a review of the SRT’s reconstruction and extension as a study of using updated RT technology (such as in Vancouver), but changed the study to LRT with the arrival of the Transit City plan to piggyback on the availability of a common LRT network.
Chapter 2.1 Objectives / 2.2 Major Functional Alternatives
Chapter 2.3 Refinements (2) / 2.4 Preferred Design
Chapter 2.4 Preferred Design (2)
Chapter 2.4 Preferred Design (3)
Chapter 2.4 Preferred Design (4) / Conceptual Design (1)
Chapter 2.4 Conceptual Design (2)
Chapter 2.4 Conceptual Design (3)
Chapter 2.4 Conceptual Design (4)
Chapter 2.4 Conceptual Design (5)
Chapter 2.4 Conceptual Design (6)
Chapter 3 Existing and Future Conditions (1)
Chapter 3 Existing and Future Conditions (2)
Chapter 4 Environmental Impacts, Mitigation Measures and Monitoring
Chapter 6 Consultation Process
Appendices A-C: Alternative Analysis / Natural Sciences / Noise & Vibration
March 4, 2010 Public Information Centre Display Panels
April 12, 2010 Public Information Centre Display Panels
Note that this presentation includes a surface link from the extended SLRT to Sheppard Avenue via Progress. This option was rejected by Toronto’s Executive Committee and replaced with an underground link.