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F.G. Gardiner Expressway Rehabilitation Project: Section 1

Toronto, Ontario

Section 1 of the Gardiner project includes full superstructure replacement between Cherry Street and Jarvis Street, rehabilitation of three ramps, as well as installation of new street lighting, and a Road Emergency Services Communication Unit (RESCU) system. The City’s first project as part of the Gardiner Expressway Strategic Rehabilitation Plan will:

  • Rehabilitate the westbound off-ramp leading to Yonge, Bay and York Streets
  • Replace the entire concrete deck and steel girders of the Expressway between Jarvis Street and Cherry Street
  • Replace the westbound off-ramp at Sherbourne Street and the eastbound on-ramp at Jarvis Street

A full overview of construction work can be viewed on the City of Toronto’s website.

CLIENT
City of Toronto

VALUE
$248 million

START DATE
2018

ESTIMATED COMPLETION
2021

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1.1
KM LENGTH OF SECTION BETWEEN CHERRY STREET AND JARVIS STREET

40%
REDUCED CONSTRUCTION TIME USING ACCELERATED BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION

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Gardiner Expressway Stockpile

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