Reconstruction continues on first stage of Six Points Interchange

News Nov 13, 2017 by Cynthia Reason Etobicoke Guardian

The City of Toronto has released a construction update on the first stage of the Six Points Interchange reconstruction.

During this stage — which began in July and is expected to wrap up in spring 2018 — work will continue along Bloor Street West (on the east side of Kipling Avenue), Kipling Avenue and the eastern ramp to St. Albans Road.

WORK DETAILS:

• Resurrection Road work completed as of Nov. 8 includes the repaving of the Bloor Street intersection, grading, curbside construction and subsurface utility work.

• Dunbloor Road work expected to be complete by Nov. 24 includes the repaving of the Bloor Street intersection, grading, curbside construction and subsurface utility work.

• Work on Bloor Street West, meanwhile, will shift from the north side of Bloor to the southern lanes on Nov. 24. Work includes repaving of Bloor Street, grading, curbside construction, street lighting, traffic signal system installations and subsurface utility work. One lane of traffic lane in each direction will remain open to regular traffic.

The Six Points Interchange reconstruction project is part of a council-approved plan to develop Etobicoke Centre as a “vibrant mixed-use transit-oriented community.”

City officials thanked area residents for their patience as work progresses and apologized for any inconvenience.

For more information about the Six Points Interchange reconstruction, go to www.toronto.ca/etobicokecentre.

Reconstruction continues on first stage of Six Points Interchange

News Nov 13, 2017 by Cynthia Reason Etobicoke Guardian

The City of Toronto has released a construction update on the first stage of the Six Points Interchange reconstruction.

During this stage — which began in July and is expected to wrap up in spring 2018 — work will continue along Bloor Street West (on the east side of Kipling Avenue), Kipling Avenue and the eastern ramp to St. Albans Road.

WORK DETAILS:

• Resurrection Road work completed as of Nov. 8 includes the repaving of the Bloor Street intersection, grading, curbside construction and subsurface utility work.

• Dunbloor Road work expected to be complete by Nov. 24 includes the repaving of the Bloor Street intersection, grading, curbside construction and subsurface utility work.

• Work on Bloor Street West, meanwhile, will shift from the north side of Bloor to the southern lanes on Nov. 24. Work includes repaving of Bloor Street, grading, curbside construction, street lighting, traffic signal system installations and subsurface utility work. One lane of traffic lane in each direction will remain open to regular traffic.

The Six Points Interchange reconstruction project is part of a council-approved plan to develop Etobicoke Centre as a “vibrant mixed-use transit-oriented community.”

City officials thanked area residents for their patience as work progresses and apologized for any inconvenience.

For more information about the Six Points Interchange reconstruction, go to www.toronto.ca/etobicokecentre.

Reconstruction continues on first stage of Six Points Interchange

News Nov 13, 2017 by Cynthia Reason Etobicoke Guardian

The City of Toronto has released a construction update on the first stage of the Six Points Interchange reconstruction.

During this stage — which began in July and is expected to wrap up in spring 2018 — work will continue along Bloor Street West (on the east side of Kipling Avenue), Kipling Avenue and the eastern ramp to St. Albans Road.

WORK DETAILS:

• Resurrection Road work completed as of Nov. 8 includes the repaving of the Bloor Street intersection, grading, curbside construction and subsurface utility work.

• Dunbloor Road work expected to be complete by Nov. 24 includes the repaving of the Bloor Street intersection, grading, curbside construction and subsurface utility work.

• Work on Bloor Street West, meanwhile, will shift from the north side of Bloor to the southern lanes on Nov. 24. Work includes repaving of Bloor Street, grading, curbside construction, street lighting, traffic signal system installations and subsurface utility work. One lane of traffic lane in each direction will remain open to regular traffic.

The Six Points Interchange reconstruction project is part of a council-approved plan to develop Etobicoke Centre as a “vibrant mixed-use transit-oriented community.”

City officials thanked area residents for their patience as work progresses and apologized for any inconvenience.

For more information about the Six Points Interchange reconstruction, go to www.toronto.ca/etobicokecentre.