The west Toronto Diamond separation projection will keep the Junction Rd / Weston Rd roadway shutdown to last for months more.
This section of the airport rail link involves the construction of a major underpass where one railroad track will pass over another.
Historically the trains traveled over trackage that crossed each other at a level crossing, requiring one train to stop while another passed.
All this construction will remove this rail travel limitation.
The congestion this construction causes it appears to be a major headache for the local police who have to come down to southern part of their division by Keele St only.
The reopening of the Junction Rd / Weston Rd way will allow the police a much quicker travel way into the south end of their division.
So what’s the work at the Junction Rd / Weston Rd diamond separate now.
Here are a number of photographs of the site currently. The large round objects are the concrete filled steel tubes that will
form the barrier wall as the dig out the ground to form the underpass.
The following images are of sound deadening shrouds used during the driving in of the steel piles.
The blog intends to put a page of all the image being sent in once the uploading issue presently troubling the blog is fixed.