Category: Construction and Road Work

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Traffic Disruptions. Finch Ave. W. at Westmore Dr. (October 15, 2020)

What? As part of the Finch West LRT Project, crews are undertaking utility work at Finch Ave. W. and Hwy. 27 vicinity. To install a storm sewer across Finch Ave. W., there will be traffic disruptions at Finch Ave. W. and Westmore Dr., on October 15, 2020. The westbound lane on Finch Ave. W. will…
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Overnight Utility Work between Jane St. and Norfinch Dr. along Finch Ave. W. (November 2020 – end of 2020)

What? As part of the construction of the future Finch West Light Rail (LRT) line, crews will work extended hours on Finch Ave. W. between Jane St. and Norfinch Dr. for telecommunications work (i.e.: Bell, Rogers…etc.). Night work is required every night between 6 pm and 6 am from early November until the end of…
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UPDATE: Overnight Utility Work Southbound Hwy 400 On-Ramp from Finch Ave. W. Eastbound (October 14-17, 2020)

What? To complete the Highway 400 bridge works, which is part of the future Finch West Light Rail (LRT) project, crews have been undertaking high voltage utility work overnight at Hwy. 400 and Finch Ave. W. Overnight work at the on-ramp to Hwy 400 southbound from Finch Ave. W. eastbound is anticipated to start on…
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Short-term Road Closure: Westmore Dr. and Humber College Blvd. (October 7 – October 10, 2020)

What? As part of the Finch West LRT Project, crews are installing a sanitary sewer in the vicinity of Humber College Blvd. and Westmore Dr and must close Westmore Dr. to safely install the pipe. The closure will take place on October 7, 2020 and last for 3 (three) days and nights, approximately. Local traffic…
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Overnight Work Along Finch Ave. W. (October 2020 – end of 2020)

What? As part of the construction of the future Finch West Light Rail (LRT) line, crews will work extended hours along Finch Ave. W. from October to the end of the year. Overnight work will take place in areas along Finch Avenue between Keele St. Martin Grove Road. Crews are working overnight to advance the…
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Planned Water Shut Off (October 2 – October 3, 2020)

What? As part of the Finch West LRT Project, crews have installing watermain, storm and sanitary sewer pipes along Finch Ave. W. A watermain located on the north side of Finch Ave. W. between Hwy. 27 and Westmore Dr. must be isolated in order to safely install a sanitary sewer in the area. Please be…
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Sidewalk Closure Tobermory to Black Creek Crosswalk (October 6 – December 4, 2020)

What? As part of the construction of the future Finch West Light Rail (LRT) line, crews are undertaking telecommunications work (i.e.: Bell, Rogers…etc.) on and around Finch Ave. W. During part of this work, the north sidewalk of Finch Ave. W. will be closed be closed between Tobermory Dr. and the Black Creek crosswalk starting…
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Traffic Restrictions for Telecommunications Work. Martin Grove Rd. to Kipling Rd. (October 2020 – March 2021)

What? As part of the Finch West LRT Project, crews will undertake telecommunication Bell work on Finch Ave. W. from West of Martin Grove Rd. to East of Kipling Rd. The work will include Bell relocation (underground conduits and new aerial cables) as well as manhole rebuilds to facilitate the road widening in the area.…
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Sidewalk Closure at Driftwood Ave. (September 30 – October 16, 2020)

What? As part of the construction of the future Finch West Light Rail (LRT) line, crews are undertaking telecommunications work (i.e.: Bell, Rogers…etc.) on and around Finch Ave. W. During part of this work, the west sidewalk of Driftwood Ave. will be closed from Finch Ave. W. to Wilmont Rd. from September 30 until October…
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Tree Removal East of Kipling Ave. to Signet Dr./Arrow Rd. (Mid-October 2020 – End of 2020)

What? As part of the construction of the Finch West LRT, tree removals are required along Finch Ave West. Mosaic Transit Group (MTG), our constructor worked with an arborist to identify trees to be removed because they are in the construction zone or damaged. Tree protection fences will be placed around trees adjacent to work…
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