Elevated Guideway and Stations Contract Awarded for Toronto’s Ontario Line

Infrastructure Ontario and Metrolinx have signed a contract with Trillium Guideway Partners (TGP) to deliver the Ontario Line Elevated Guideway and Stations contract.

Following a Requests for Proposal (RFP) issued last year, TGP has signed a Development and Master Construction Agreement (DMCA).

Under this contract, the team will contribute to the construction of the 15.6-kilometre Ontario Line, which will provide a rapid transit service connecting the Ontario Science Centre to Exhibition/Ontario Place in Toronto via 15 stations.

Ontario Line
A map of the planned Ontario Line

The Trillium Guideway Partners team includes Acciona Infrastructure Canada and Amico Major Projects as the applicant leads; WSP Canada as the design team; and Acciona Infrastructure Canada and Amico Major Projects as the construction team.

The scope of the contract includes three kilometres of an elevated guideway, five elevated stations and an emergency exit building. It also includes connections with the operations and maintenance storage facility, the Eglinton Crosstown LRT Line 5 and sections of the existing Metrolinx rail corridor.

Following the design-build model, TGP will now collaborate with Metrolinx on the design and development phase. This work will finalise the scope, risk allocation and pricing of various elements of the contract.

The development phase is expected to take up to 20 months, but early construction works may begin in the meantime.

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