Long List of Corridor Options

This map outlines the long list of corridors being considered for the Relief Line North project represented by thick red arrowed numbered lines. Corridor options are numbered one through six and include: 1-Bayview to Finch Station which would go north from Pape Station to Thorncliffe Park, connect with Line 5 Eglinton at Laird Station, head north on Bayview Avenue, connect with Line 4 Sheppard at Bayview Station and connect with Line 1 Yonge at Finch Station; 2-Leslie which would go north from Pape Station to Thorncliffe Park, connect with Line 5 Eglinton at Sunnybrook Park Stop, head north on Leslie Street and connect with Line 4 Sheppard at Leslie Station; 3-Don Mills to Leslie Station via GO Rail Corridor which would go north from Pape Station to Thorncliffe Park, head north on Don Mills Road, connect with Line 5 Eglinton at Science Centre Station, cut across via the GO Corridor north of Lawrence Avenue, and connect with Line 4 Sheppard at Leslie Station and with Oriole GO Station on the Richmond Hill line; 4-Don Mills to Sheppard Avenue East which would go north from Pape Station to Thorncliffe Park, head north on Don Mills Road, connect with Line 5 Eglinton at Science Centre Station, and connect with Line 4 Sheppard at Don Mills Station; 5-Don Mills to Victoria Park which would go north from Pape Station to Thorncliffe Park, head north on Don Mills Road to connect with Line 5 Eglinton at Science Centre Station, and cut across the Don Valley Parkway to Victoria Park Avenue; and, 6-Victoria Park via O’Connor which would go north from Pape Station and follow O’Connor Drive to Victoria Park Avenue. Also on this map are important features including station areas represented by red circles with letters inside, interchange stations, inline stations, existing rapid transit lines, projects currently in delivery and projects currently in development. Projects in delivery are projects that are under construction or in the engineering design stage. Projects in development are projects that are in advanced stages of planning and design. The black circles on the map indicate existing and potential interchange stations and the yellow, green, purple and white circles indicate existing, in delivery and in development inline stations. The yellow solid line represents Line 1 Yonge-University, the solid green line represents Line 2 Bloor-Danforth, and the solid purple line represents Line 4 Sheppard. The narrow light green line represents the GO Rail line travelling through the bottom and through the centre of the map. Projects in delivery include the Eglinton Crosstown LRT, represented by a dashed orange line, and the Sheppard East LRT, represented by a turquoise dashed line. Projects in development include the Yonge Subway Extension, represented by a yellow dotted line, and the Relief Line South, represented by a black line with white dashes inside.

This map outlines the long list of corridors being considered for the Relief Line North project represented by thick red arrowed numbered lines. Corridor options are numbered one through six and include: 1-Bayview to Finch Station which would go north from Pape Station to Thorncliffe Park, connect with Line 5 Eglinton at Laird Station, head north on Bayview Avenue, connect with Line 4 Sheppard at Bayview Station and connect with Line 1 Yonge at Finch Station; 2-Leslie which would go north from Pape Station to Thorncliffe Park, connect with Line 5 Eglinton at Sunnybrook Park Stop, head north on Leslie Street and connect with Line 4 Sheppard at Leslie Station; 3-Don Mills to Leslie Station via GO Rail Corridor which would go north from Pape Station to Thorncliffe Park, head north on Don Mills Road, connect with Line 5 Eglinton at Science Centre Station, cut across via the GO Corridor north of Lawrence Avenue, and connect with Line 4 Sheppard at Leslie Station and with Oriole GO Station on the Richmond Hill line; 4-Don Mills to Sheppard Avenue East which would go north from Pape Station to Thorncliffe Park, head north on Don Mills Road, connect with Line 5 Eglinton at Science Centre Station, and connect with Line 4 Sheppard at Don Mills Station; 5-Don Mills to Victoria Park which would go north from Pape Station to Thorncliffe Park, head north on Don Mills Road to connect with Line 5 Eglinton at Science Centre Station, and cut across the Don Valley Parkway to Victoria Park Avenue; and, 6-Victoria Park via O’Connor which would go north from Pape Station and follow O’Connor Drive to Victoria Park Avenue. Also on this map are important features including station areas represented by red circles with letters inside, interchange stations, inline stations, existing rapid transit lines, projects currently in delivery and projects currently in development. Projects in delivery are projects that are under construction or in the engineering design stage. Projects in development are projects that are in advanced stages of planning and design. The black circles on the map indicate existing and potential interchange stations and the yellow, green, purple and white circles indicate existing, in delivery and in development inline stations. The yellow solid line represents Line 1 Yonge-University, the solid green line represents Line 2 Bloor-Danforth, and the solid purple line represents Line 4 Sheppard. The narrow light green line represents the GO Rail line travelling through the bottom and through the centre of the map. Projects in delivery include the Eglinton Crosstown LRT, represented by a dashed orange line, and the Sheppard East LRT, represented by a turquoise dashed line. Projects in development include the Yonge Subway Extension, represented by a yellow dotted line, and the Relief Line South, represented by a black line with white dashes inside.

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