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When you have your say, our transportation system is stronger. Your input will help shape the Relief Line North, confirming the route it will take and the location of the necessary stations.

What is the Relief Line North?

The Relief Line North will expand our rapid transit network to better serve existing and future transit users, helping to make sure our communities continue to be great places to live, work and play.

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Relief Line North Project Planning

Provincial funding for the Relief Line North is now in place to advance the planning and environmental assessment of this important rapid transit line extension, and work by Metrolinx, the City of Toronto and the TTC is underway. Metrolinx, the City of Toronto and the TTC have begun the planning work that will lead to the completion of a Transit Project Assessment Process (TPAP) for the Relief Line North. Learn more about What’s Happening Now

This map is showing the Relief Line North study area, from Steeles Avenue in the north, Victoria Park Avenue to the east, Pape Station to the south, and Yonge Street to the west. Also included in this map are existing rapid transit lines, shown as solid lines, such as Line 1 Yonge-University, Line 2 Bloor-Danforth, Line 4 Sheppard, GO Rail, and UP Express. The Eglinton Crosstown and Sheppard East LRT, which are projects currently in delivery, are shown as dotted lines. Note that projects in delivery are under construction or in the engineering design stage. Eleven interchange stations are shown as white circles and the Relief Line South route is shown in black with white dashes in the south portion of the map.
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