The regional government pledges both the length of the line down to double it, turning it to a $ 10.9-billion subway connection between Ontario, west of the economy and the Ontario Science Center in the north-east.
Details of the project were published on Wednesday as part of a $ 28.5-billion transition plan. Queens Park says they have identified this total budget in their budget but they look to other government levels to contribute to it.
The plan comes from distant talks between the division and the village on the plan of Queens Park to take ownership of the underworld of Toronto and control of expansion planning. In comments, Premier Doug Ford said that the completion of the relief line quickly depends on "a smooth transition of planning responsibility" to the department.
Most of the ideas mentioned were small changes to existing projects, such as putting two stations down to the Scarborough subway line and moving a date for that project. However, the relief line will have changed considerably.
Instead of running from Danforth into the center of the village, has the village been investigating as the first stage of the relief line, the northern part of the northern division will begin at Eglinton. T . After leaving the center, the line goes south and ends at Ontario Place.
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The department reports that it can finish this line in less than ten years, partly by crossing the River Don instead of deepening in depth in that area and partly by creating the line through a public-private partnership.
There are still lots of details to come, including where and how many stations it will be. It must also be confirmed that how far west the Queen goes the line before it goes to Ontario's Place, and what the impact of this project will have on the removal of the urban urban stations which have part of it. SmartTrack.
The relieved line will be altered, the area known as the Ontario Line, a light lighthouse similar to the London Docklands Railway line. It will be a unique system that can allow regional assessors to take 400,000 passengers each day.
Regional officers confirmed that this line would become part of the subway system, which allowed for a regular travel roam.