Upcoming Workshops about the Future of Eglinton

Upcoming Workshops about “Designing the Future of Eglinton”

Metrolinx invites us to join them at any of three public workshops to tell them what we think about Eglinton’s future.

At these workshops, Metrolinx will present preliminary designs for the stations, including some that were not part of previous consultations.  Metrolinx will also show designs for LRT surface stops and alignments.  However, Metrolinx will not be discussing the Kennedy Mobility Hub and parts of the line that are currently under review.

Please drop by to any of the workshops any time between 5:30 and 9:00pm.  Presentation and Workshop start at 6:30pm.



When:            Tuesday, February 19, 2013

Where:           York Memorial Collegiate Institute

2690 Eglinton Avenue West (Keele & Eglinton)



When:            Thursday, February 28, 2013

Where:           Forest Hill Collegiate Institute

730 Eglinton Avenue West (Chaplin & Eglinton)



When:            Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Where:           Noor Cultural Centre

123 Wynford Drive (Wynford & Eglinton)


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