Queensway/Humber River TTC spring 2017 to 2018 major refit.

The Queensway right-of-way will be rebuilt over its entire length including the bridge at the Humber River, the “Long Branch” side of Humber Loop will be rebuilt, as will the track from Humber Loop west to Dwight and Lake Shore (just at the point where Lake Shore straightens out). Streetcar service is not expected to resume until late in 2017 January 2018.

Click the above image or here for a great article on the development of the area.

The 1st paragraph…

Decade of Development to Transform Etobicoke’s Queensway

May 31, 2016 4:33 pm | by Stefan Novakovic |

It’s not close to Downtown Toronto, and it’s not walking distance to a transit hub. Yet, in the stretch between Islington and Kipling Avenues, The Queensway could become one of Toronto’s most active development nodes. Though still lined with the strip plazas, warehouse industrial, and parking lots of older suburbia, the Etobicoke Street is attracting a huge wave of high-rise projects, with a 36-storey tower at 30 Zorra Street recently joining the neighbourhood’s proposed developments.

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