Extension of the Scarborough Subway in Toronto
Sener is part of the design team for the Scarborough Metro Extension Stations, Rail and Systems project in Toronto
The proposed Scarborough Subway Extension will bring the TTC’s Line 2 subway service nearly eight kilometres farther into Scarborough.
Sener is part of the design team for the Scarborough Subway Extension Stations, Rail and Systems (SRS) project. The project will extend the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) Line 2 subway service nearly eight kilometers farther from the existing Kennedy Station northeast to McCowan Road and Sheppard Avenue.
Scarborough Transit Connect (STC), a consortium between Aecon and FCC Canada Limited (FCC) selected by Metrolinx and Infrastructure Ontario (IO) to deliver the project using a Progressive Design-Build (PDB) model, includes Sener, Mott McDonald, and local architects as the designers.
Key features of a PDB model include the opportunity for greater collaboration between the project owner, the successful bidder, project partners, and communities.
The proposed extension will include three new stations with connections to Line 5 (the Eglinton Crosstown LRT), GO train and bus services, TTC bus service and Durham Region Transit – connecting to several transit systems to make it easier to travel within the city and beyond.
Sener has been very active in the Canadian Rail & Transit Sector, currently working on significant projects in 5 different cities. Ontario Line South Civil, Finch West LRT, Eglinton Crosstown West Extension and GO Expansion On-Corridor Works projects in Toronto; the Réseau Express Métropolitain in Montreal; the Confederation Line and Trillium Line in Ottawa; and Valley Line West Extension in Edmonton.
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