Glen Road Pedestrian Bridge & Tunnel Replacement Updates

I unfortunately must share some bad news about the work on the Glen Road Pedestrian Bridge and Tunnel. 

Since January 2024, there have been unexpected challenges with the tunnel reconstruction related to securing specific paving materials and adjusting to recent design standards by Toronto Hydro. These issues are pushing the estimated completion of the tunnel and bridge to the end of 2024.

There has been some good news to report: progress has been made on the bridge's north side, with the contractor completing the landing slab and stairs that connect the bridge with the tunnel. Additionally, the contractor is preparing to pour the final layer of concrete on the bridge deck this summer. 

Looking ahead, the work zone will shift to the south side of Bloor Street East for the tunnel reconstruction's second stage. This transition will maintain one lane for motor vehicles and cyclists in each direction, with continued access for pedestrians and emergency services. Additionally, Sherbourne Station will remain accessible throughout construction, minimizing disruptions for commuters and residents.

For the latest updates, please visit the project webpage.

Glen Road Pedestrian Bridge & Tunnel Replacement – City of Toronto (prod-toronto.ca)

Your ongoing support is invaluable to us. Should you have any questions or wish to discuss the project in more details, please don't hesitate to reach out to my office.

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