Eglinton East Light Rail Transit
The City of Toronto and the Toronto Transit Commission are working to bring rapid and reliable transit to Scarborough. The Eglinton East Light Rail Transit is a proposed 18 km light rail transit system through Scarborough, connecting Kennedy Station and the future Sheppard-McCowan Station to Malvern Town Centre and the University of Toronto Scarborough Campus. The Eglinton East LRT will increase transportation options in Scarborough and enhance access to the community, businesses, and public amenities and create opportunities to improve the local economy and environment.
Members of the public are invited to learn more about the project and provide feedback on the functional (10 percent) design including Eglinton East LRT stop locations. Public input, along with policy guidelines and technical requirements will inform the functional design that will be presented to City Council later this year. The functional design will follow the requirements of a Transit Project Assessment Process (TPAP).
Virtual Public Meetings
Attend a virtual public meeting on May 30, June 1 or June 7 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. to learn more about the proposed Eglinton East LRT. Each meeting will include a presentation with a project overview followed by a detailed look at one segment of the project to allow dedicated time for questions, answers and feedback.
Visit toronto.ca/EglintonEastLRT to view project materials, register for a public meeting and provide feedback.
Submit comments during public meetings, by email, phone or survey. Comment deadline is June 21, 2023.