Infrastructure Ontario (IO) and transportation agency Metrolinx have awarded a technical advisory services agreement for Toronto’s Scarborough and Yonge North subway extension projects to OneT+, a joint venture (JV) partnership between Gannett Fleming and IBI Group. “Having previously worked with Gannett…
Infrastructure Ontario (IO) and crown agency Metrolinx have issued two requests for qualifications (RFQs) for their Ontario Line project, a 15.5-km downtown relief line (DRL) in Toronto. The RFQs represent the first step in selecting teams to construct the project,…
The Women’s Infrastructure Network (WIN) recently announced the honourees for its 2020 WIN Awards. The annual program, launched in 2015, is intended to recognize the contributions of exceptional women in Canada’s infrastructure industry, including engineers. This year the program drew…
Crown agency Metrolinx and provincial ministry Infrastructure Ontario (IO) have selected Stantec to serve as lead technical advisor for the Hurontario light rail transit (LRT) project, a north-south line that will connect Mississauga and Brampton, Ont. The transit line will…
Infrastructure Ontario (IO) has invited a shortlist of four teams to respond to a request for proposals (RFP) for a project set to enhance Toronto’s Union Station with an expansion of its Government of Ontario (GO) rail facilities. The teams…
Infrastructure Ontario (IO) and Metrolinx have selected a team led by HDR to serve as a technical advisor for the approximately $10.9-billion, nearly 16-km Ontario Line subway in Toronto. With 15 proposed stations from Ontario Place and Exhibition Place to…
Yesterday, the mayor of Hamilton, Fred Eisenberger, issued an open letter to Ontario’s premier, Doug Ford, expressing disappointment over the provincial government’s cancellation of his city’s light rail transit (LRT) project and requesting information about the project’s estimated costs. “Millions…
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Transportation infrastructure was in special focus when the Canadian Council for Public-Private Partnerships (CCPPP) held its 27th annual conference earlier this week at the Sheraton Centre Toronto hotel. On Nov. 18, the first of the conference’s two days, CCPPP handed…
Infrastructure Ontario (IO) and transportation agency Metrolinx have released a request for qualifications (RFQ) to prequalify project teams for a project to enhance downtown Toronto’s Union Station. The project will involve designing and building transit infrastructure and implementing upgrades at…
The total estimated capital costs of the projects on the pipeline, including projects in pre-transaction and the transaction phase, is over $65 billion.
The project includes the construction of a rail grade separation structure between north-south GO Barrie Rail corridor and east-west CP Rail corridor.
This marks CIB’s second investment, with the only previous commitment being its $1.28 billion backing of Montreal’s Réseau express métropolitain (REM) project.
Allowing developers to build above transit stations in exchange for constructing new station facilities reduces the cost of transit expansion projects.
Weekday rail service to the Niagara Region is anticipated in 2021, with service to Niagara Falls by 2023.
Two teams, EllisDon with AECOM and Graham Construction with RJC Engineers, will be competing on this design, build and finance project.
Led by Aecon, the design team includes Arup, Dillon, DPM Energy, DTAH and Perkins+Will.
“… teams will sharpen their pencils to submit proposals that provide a great design solution and best value for the province.”
The scope of work includes station building, platforms, trackbed and grading, parking and more.
Design and construction is to begin this spring with an expected substantial completion in winter 2019.
Led by EllisDon, WSP is the design engineer on the project that includes upgrades to tracks, platforms, pedestrian connections and a railway overpass bridge.
The successful proponent for this design, build and finance project is expected to be announced in fall 2018.
Scope of work for the $116.9M fixed-priced contract includes construction of a new tunnel to accommodate two tracks, future signaling and communications infrastructure, and replacing footings of retaining walls.
The firms will provide technical advisory, design, and construction support services for a 20km extension of the GO Transit service east from Oshawa to Bowmanville.
Scope of work includes in-corridor enabling works at stations, grade separation, pedestrian bridge replacement and more.
The scope of work includes multi-level parking with integrated station, pedestrian bridges, surface parking, rail/road separation and more.
A successful bidder is expected to be announced in summer 2018.
This project is part of a larger, system-wide plan to improve GO Transit service, including supporting the delivery of GO Regional Express Rail (RER) by 2024-25.
Five teams are prequalified to build and finance the Barrie Rail Corridor Expansion – Grading project.
Comprised of Hatch, Parsons, and WSP, the 4TRANSIT joint venture will provide technical advisory services for two major work packages tendered under Metrolinx’s RER program.