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Finch West LRT

Toronto, Ontario

With 18 new stops and stations spanning from Humber College to Keele, the 11-kilometre Finch West LRT will be a fully integrated system connecting TTC, GO, Miway, YRT, and Züm transit services. Aecon is a consortium member of Mosaic Transit Group (Mosaic) with partners ACS Infrastructure Canada Inc. and CRH Canada Group Inc. Construction team members include Aecon, Dragados Canada Inc. and Dufferin Construction Company – a division of CRH Canada Group Inc. Aecon has a 33.3 per cent interest in equity and construction and a 50 per cent interest in the 30-year maintenance agreement for the LRT.

CLIENT
Metrolinx and Infrastructure Ontario

VALUE
$2.5 billion

START DATE
Fall 2018

ESTIMATED COMPLETION
2023

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11
KM FULLY INTEGRATED SYSTEM CONNECTING MAJOR TRANSIT SERVICES

600
EMPLOYEES ON-SITE AT PEAK

85%
OF WORKFORCE FROM GREATER TORONTO AREA

Mosaic is designing and building 16 surface stops, one below street-level stop and one underground station (to be connected to the new Finch West LRT Subway Station), as well as a maintenance and storage facility for the LRT vehicle fleet. The team is also completing track work, signaling, communications, and other required infrastructure, as well as rehabilitating the Highway 400 bridge at Finch Avenue West. In addition, Mosaic is responsible for the ongoing maintenance and rehabilitation of the LRT system and any associated infrastructure over the next 30 years, with client Metrolinx as Owner and the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) as Operator. A total of 18 Light Rail Vehicles (LRV) will be manufactured in Brampton, Ontario, and delivered by Alstom.

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