Toronto Hydro would like to inform you of Project Queen – Elm designed to help improve the electricity system..
This project is expected to begin by early November 2015 with an approximate completion date of late December 2015. The boundaries include Queen Street West (North), Dufferin Street (East), King Street West (South), and Lansdowne Avenue (West).
The attached general notification letter describing the project will be delivered to 108 customers in the project area.
If you have any questions, please call the Toronto Hydro PowerUp office at 416-542-3366 or firstname.lastname@example.org .
Please see The attached TTC Notice and TTC News Release regarding suspended subway service between St George and Keele stations this weekend (November 7th and the 8th)
Please note that this is the second of four scheduled subway weekend closures for this same section this year in order for TTC to carry out important infrastructure improvement work.
John Sewell is coming to the High Park Branch on Wed. Nov. 25:
He has a new book out entitled How We Changed Toronto : the inside story of twelve creative, tumultuous years in civic life, 1969-1980:
Please be advised that a contractor will be grinding sections of Dundas St West between Bloor St West to Dupont St overnight on November 4th and 5th.
Paid duty Officers will be on site assisting with pedestrian/vehicular traffic.
Expect delays and some noise as a result of this work.
For youth 13 to 18 years old:
There will be a swim and social night!
Friday November 13th
6PM to 8PM
Parkdale Community Recreation Centre (75 Lansdowne Avenue)
As part of the Regional Express Rail program, Metrolinx is transforming the existing GO rail system to deliver a new rapid transit experience to your community.
Regional Express Rail will mean, electrified GO service on the Kitchener and Barrie lines that will be faster and offer 15-minute service in both directions through core areas. It will also include all-stop and express service increases to meet the growing demand for transit options, reducing congestion on city streets and commute times. The Government of Ontario has fully funded and approved the $13.5 billion in new infrastructure that is needed to offer this level of service. As part of this investment, the Lansdowne Avenue Bridge Rehabilitation Project will be completed.
What we are doing:
• We are beginning work to replace three bridge spans on the north side of the Lansdowne Avenue Bridge and also upgrade the bridge abutments.
• Earlier this year, bridge spans on the south side were replaced as part of the Georgetown South Project.
• Work on abutment walls will begin this fall. Bridge spans are expected to be installed in spring 2016.
• Expect intermittent impacts to sidewalk and traffic lane restrictions, along with a complete closure of sidewalk and traffic lanes on Lansdowne Avenue underneath the bridge during span installation.
• Regular work hours for this project are Monday to Friday from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Any work that cannot be completed while trains are operating will be completed outside regular work hours including nights and during weekends.
• A portion of the parking lot at 222 Lansdowne Ave. (No Frills) will be used as the construction laydown area for the duration of this project.
Questions? Please contact us at 416-581-1300 or email us at Carmen.Nisbet@metrolinx.com
Click here for PDF: Lansdowne Bridge Rehabilitation Project Start flyer