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  1. 1. [MMMMMM DD, YYYY] | [Meeting Title] EGLINTON CROSSTOWN LRT PROJECT Business Opportunities and Information Session
  2. 2. [MMMMMM DD, YYYY] | [Meeting Title] 2 Who is Crosslinx Transit Solutions? Crosslinx Transit Solutions (CTS) is a consortium of global and local leaders in urban transportation infrastructure. CTS will:  Design, construct, and finance an integrated transit system consisting of 25 stations and stops, track work, signals, communications and other required infrastructure, as well as a maintenance and storage facility  Maintain the LRT system for 30 years, including lifecycle repair and renewal of building and system components.
  3. 3. [MMMMMM DD, YYYY] | [Meeting Title] 3 Our Team
  4. 4. [MMMMMM DD, YYYY] | [Meeting Title] 4 Why are we here today? CTS is committed to supporting Metrolinx in achieving community benefits on the Eglinton Crosstown As a start, we are here today to:  Share information about the Crosstown Project.  Engage with local contractors, vendors, businesses, social enterprises, and the public about potential opportunities on the Crosstown Project.  Increase your awareness of where to find information about current and upcoming opportunities with the Crosstown.
  5. 5. [MMMMMM DD, YYYY] | [Meeting Title] 5 CTS’ Progress to Date Strategy Impact Assessment Concept Design Build Maintain Design Principles 1. Focus on priorities 1. Elevate the passenger experience 2. Integrate architectural expression across all elements 3. Provide stations that will seamlessly connect to the public right-of-way
  6. 6. [MMMMMM DD, YYYY] | [Meeting Title] 6 CTS’ Progress to Date Strategy Impact Assessment Concept Design Build Maintain Current status – fall 2015 Refining the Project’s design and integrating key stakeholder input into design, where possible. Bringing key representatives from our design, traffic, construction, environmental, and communications teams to work with:  Metrolinx  Infrastructure Ontario  TTC  City of Toronto  Vehicle Manufacturer  Utility Companies  Railway Companies (GO Transit, Union Pearson Express)  The public (including various community groups) to review stakeholder input related to design development.
  7. 7. [MMMMMM DD, YYYY] | [Meeting Title] 7 Current Status Early Works – September 2015 to early 2016 CTS crews and its representatives are preparing the Project corridor for further excavation and construction. Early Works examples: • Surveying / Monitoring • Manhole investigations • Geotechnical investigations • Pre-condition surveys (noise/vibrations monitoring) • Utility locates/marking services/relocation • Sub-surface utility engineering • Species-at-risk • Street furniture removal • Site preparation (clearing grubs)
  8. 8. [MMMMMM DD, YYYY] | [Meeting Title] Construction Schedule 8
  9. 9. [MMMMMM DD, YYYY] | [Meeting Title] Station Construction  Construction will begin at Keele Station first.  Key learnings from Keele will be applied to the construction of the other underground stations.  Construction on the other underground stations will begin in summer 2016.  Each underground station will take approximately 3 -1/2 years to construct.  The majority of stations will be constructed using a cut-and-cover approach. 9
  10. 10. [MMMMMM DD, YYYY] | [Meeting Title] Construction Segments The project is divided into six segments: Segment 1 includes:  Mount Dennis Station  Keele Station  The Eglinton Maintenance and Storage Facility for storage and maintenance of the vehicles.  A tunnel portal that will surface at Black Creek and continue for .5 kilometres on to the elevated guideway portion of the Crosstown.  Refurbishment of the Kodak Building and creation of a Mobility Hub, providing a bus terminal and connection to GO, UP Express, TTC, and the LRT  A back-up power facility. Segment 2 includes:  Caledonia Station  Dufferin Station  Bathurst Station  Chaplin Station  Mount Pleasant Station This segment will integrate GO Transit at Caledonia and the TTC bus terminals and loop. 10
  11. 11. [MMMMMM DD, YYYY] | [Meeting Title] Construction Segments Segment 3 includes:  Two interchange stations: Allen and Yonge.  They are mobility hubs that will connect to the existing TTC at Eglinton West and Eglinton subway stations. Segment 4 includes:  Oakwood Station  Avenue Station  Bayview Station  Laird Station 11
  12. 12. [MMMMMM DD, YYYY] | [Meeting Title] Construction Segments Segment 5 includes:  The at-grade segment, including 10 stops: • Leslie, Ferrand, Wynford, Bermondsey, Victoria Park, Pharmacy, Lebovic, Warden, Birchmount and Ionview. • will run from the East Portal at Brentcliffe to Kennedy Station.  Two LRT stations: • Don Mills Station, including utility and tunnel portal • Kennedy Station, including utility and tunnel portal Segment 6 includes:  System-wide installation/construction and tunneling fit-out  All track work, communication and signaling 12
  13. 13. [MMMMMM DD, YYYY] | [Meeting Title] What to expect during construction 13 Changes to Travel Patterns – At a minimum, one lane will remain open in each direction to reduce congestion at all times. Additional lane closures may be in place during non-peak travel times. Detours – Detours may be required. Please watch for notices and signs. Dust – Construction projects cause dust. Watering trucks will help reduce dust. Noise - Heavy equipment will be used periodically, creating noise. Notices - If you live or work nearby, you will receive notices about construction work. Please watch for printed notices and signs, and register with us today to receive updates. A Mobile App and advertisements will also be used to inform the broader public of traffic/transit disruption.
  14. 14. [MMMMMM DD, YYYY] | [Meeting Title] We will manage disruptions 14 CTS will develop and execute plans to:  Ensure public health and safety.  Manage traffic control and coordinate with Emergency Services and transit.  Communicate early and often to local residents, the general public, local businesses and institutions.  Use technology, including a Mobile App to provide information about traffic disruption and alternate routes.  Maintain access to property and local businesses.  Provide directional signage to identify access to local businesses.  Use message boards to alert motorists of estimated travel time through the corridor.
  15. 15. [MMMMMM DD, YYYY] | [Meeting Title] 15 Engaging the community is important to us Our Guiding Principles:  Meaningful and accurate – background/context so that the public and stakeholders can make informed comments and provide input on the Project;  Timely and transparent – information to engage the public and other stakeholders early and often;  Two-way communication – for a fair and respectful dialogue between Metrolinx/IO/CTS and the public and other stakeholders;  Allow for broad solutions – provide a corridor-wide focus as well as local outreach to continually inform the public and other stakeholders.
  16. 16. [MMMMMM DD, YYYY] | [Meeting Title] 16 Metrolinx’s Community Offices 1848 Eglinton Avenue West (at Dufferin St) Monday, Wednesday, Friday: 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday – Appointments by request. Telephone: 416-782-8118 Email: crosstown@metrolinx.com 660 Eglinton Avenue East (at Bayview) Monday, Wednesday, Friday: 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday - Appointments by request. Telephone: 416-482-7411 Email: crosstown@metrolinx.com
  17. 17. [MMMMMM DD, YYYY] | [Meeting Title] 17 Community Engagement and Stakeholder Relations Community Benefits Agreement: a first for Ontario  CTS commits to contribute to a Community Benefits framework with Metrolinx/IO and the Toronto Community Benefits Network.  CTS commits to providing resources to deliver and monitor our contributions to the framework in order to provide: • Equitable economic opportunities • Training and workforce development • Support of social enterprises through social procurement • Neighbourhood Improvements with the Crosstown • A positive experience and lasting legacy
  18. 18. [MMMMMM DD, YYYY] | [Meeting Title] 18 Community Benefits: Employment CTS’ website (www.crosslinxtransit.ca) To support recruitment, CTS website has a centralized job posting process, which allows us to manage:  applicant database  applicant tracking system
  19. 19. [MMMMMM DD, YYYY] | [Meeting Title] 19 Community Benefits: Procurement  The Crosstown will contribute to economic benefits locally and across the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area (GTHA).  CTS will require local services and resources to complete the Crosstown on time and on budget.  We will use local sources for supplies and materials, where practical and economically reasonable.  Go to www.crosslinxtransit.ca to register and upload your company profile.  CTS will select and pre-qualify registered companies for open tenders.  Pre-qualified companies will be invited to submit proposals.  CTS has a fair procurement process.
  20. 20. [MMMMMM DD, YYYY] | [Meeting Title] 20 Community Benefits: Design Excellence  Provide a legacy for generations to come  Have safe, clean, intuitive wayfinding at all the stations and stops  Meet design excellence standards and put passengers first  Provide visible entrances, bicycle facilities and sustainable practices to ensure all stations comply with Toronto Green Standard Tier  Design the Eglinton Crosstown Maintenance Facility to meet the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Silver standard, as well as compliance with the Toronto Green Standard Tier 1 environmental requirements.
  21. 21. [MMMMMM DD, YYYY] | [Meeting Title] 21 Event Map
  22. 22. [MMMMMM DD, YYYY] | [Meeting Title] 22 Track our progress! Website: www.thecrosstown.ca/get-in-touch/contact Facebook: www.facebook.com/thecrosstown Twitter: mobile.twitter.com/crosstownto
  23. 23. [MMMMMM DD, YYYY] | [Meeting Title] 23 Thank you!

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