The extension of the Bloor-Danforth subway from Kennedy Station to Scarborough Centre will help to make Scarborough's urban node more accessible to Scarborough residents, and to people from across the Toronto city region.
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Environmental Project Report
The City of Toronto and TTC have completed the Environmental Project Report (EPR) for the Scarborough Subway Extension, in accordance with Ontario Regulation 231/08.
The EPR documents the planning and consultation that has been undertaken for the project. Details provided in the report include the existing and future environmental conditions, the preferred alignment, location of station and bus terminal, construction methods, impacts of the project, mitigation strategies and monitoring measures.
The EPR is being made available for your review from August 24, 2017 to September 25, 2017. The report is also available for viewing at several locations. You are encouraged to review the EPR during this period and provide feedback by September 25, 2017.
Environmental Project Report:
The City of Toronto, together with the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC), is planning an extension to the Bloor-Danforth Subway (Line 2) to better serve Scarborough’s 650,000 residents. The proposed Scarborough Subway Extension will replace the aging Scarborough RT and contribute to an integrated and comprehensive rapid transit network that will improve transit service in Scarborough and across Toronto.
The new Scarborough Subway Extension would extend the Bloor-Danforth Subway (Line 2) north from Kennedy Station to Scarborough Centre. This will create a seamless journey for transit users by eliminating the need to transfer at Kennedy Station.
The proposed new extension is a critical part of relieving regional congestion, and is required soon to replace the aging Scarborough RT.