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Old Posted May 14, 2020, 2:59 PM
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Also, your start dates for the Yonge line and Scarborough subway are off.

The Scarborough subway is expected to see tunneling work begin in sping/summer 2021. the tunneling RFQ closes in a few weeks.

https://www.toronto.com/news-story/9...vid-19-crisis/


While a specific start date for the Yonge Line isn't available, I imagine it will be late 2021/early 2022, as it is planned to be completed in 2029/2030.
Good to know that they plan to start those works earlier. I didn't see any dates or that there were active RFQs for the projects, so I assumed they would be starting later, as the government has been more vocal about prioritizing the Line 5 West Extension and Ontario Line.
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Old Posted May 25, 2020, 2:17 PM
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Old Posted May 26, 2020, 6:07 PM
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For those who are interested, a new version of GeoOttawa has been released, which includes an updated, more detailed, version of the "Rail Implementation Office" layer.

https://maps.ottawa.ca/geoOttawaBeta/

Notable changes to the track geometry in the west end alignment:
  • Tracks under the Byron Strip come together in the tunnel and spread apart for the centre platform stations, as opposed to previous version where they stayed apart throughout the Byron alignment;
  • The open trench of Cleary and New Orchard stations are much longer (200 meters and 175 meters respectively)*, which increases the impact on the park significantly;
  • New Lincoln Fields configuration, with one side platform and one centre platform;
  • Moodie platforms are offset;
  • Modified configuration of Moodie Yard tracks.

*My interpretation based on the graphic.

Other notes
  • Significant storage capacity at Baseline (6 to 8 double trains based on track length);
  • Queensview now has side platforms, which is not a change from the previous version, but a change from February 2018 renderings;

See O-Train Fans map for previous version.

https://www.otrainfans.ca/system-map
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Old Posted Today, 2:57 AM
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I have put some work into updating the list, it's getting pretty large so I colour-coded it by city for easier visibility:

Under Construction:
  • Edmonton - Valley Line Phase 1 (ETS) - 13 Stations - 13km - 2021
  • Ottawa - Trillium Line Stage 2 South (OC Transpo) - 8 Stations - 16km - 2022
  • Toronto - Line 5 Eglinton / Crosstown LRT (TTC) - 25 Stations - 19km - 2022
  • Toronto - Line 6 Finch West / Finch LRT (TTC) - 18 Stations - 11km - 2023
  • Montreal - Réseau Express Métropolitain (STM) - 26 Stations - 67km - 2023
  • Mississauga - Hurontario LRT (Metrolinx) - 19 Stations - 18km - 2024
  • Ottawa - Confederation Line Stage 2 East (OC Transpo) - 5 Stations - 12km - 2024
  • Ottawa - Confederation Line Stage 2 West (OC Transpo) - 11 Stations - 15km - 2025

Planned:
  • Vancouver - Millennium Line / Broadway Subway Phase 1 (TransLink) - 6 Stations - 5.7km - Start 2020
  • Toronto - Ontario Line (Metrolinx) - 15 Stations - 15.5km - Start 2020/2021
  • Montreal - Blue Line Extension (STM) - 5 Stations - 5.8km - Start 2021
  • Quebec City - Tramway LRT (RTC) - 35 Stations - 22km - Start 2021/2022
  • Edmonton - Valley Line Phase 2 (ETS) - 14 Stations - 16km - Start 2021/2022
  • Edmonton - Metro Line Phase 2 (ETS) - 9 Stations - 11km - Start 2021/2022
  • Toronto - Line 5 Eglinton / West Extension (TTC) - 7 Stations - 9.2km - Start 2021/2022
  • Vancouver - Expo Line / Surrey Langley Line Phase 1 (TransLink) - 4 Stations - 7km - Start 2022
  • Gatineau - Tramway Hull-Aylmer (STO) - 18 Stations - 26km - Start 2022/2023
  • Calgary - Green Line (CT) - 28 Stations - 40km - Start 2023
  • Toronto - Line 1 Yonge-University / Richmond Hill Extension - 6 Stations - 7.4km - Start 2025+
  • Toronto - Line 2 Bloor-Danforth / Scarborough Extension - 3 Stations - 7.8km - Start 2025+
  • Ottawa - Confederation Line Stage 3 Kanata (OC Transpo) - 8 Stations - 11km - Start 2025+
  • Ottawa - Confederation Line Stage 3 Barrhaven (OC Transpo) - 7 Stations - 10km - Start 2025+
  • Longueuil - LEEO (RTL) - 14 Stations - ??km - Start 2025+
  • Kitchener-Waterloo - ION Phase 2 (Grand River Transit) - 8 Stations - 18km - Start 2025+

Completed:
  • Edmonton - Metro Line (ETS) - 3 Stations - 3.3km - Opened September 6, 2015
  • Vancouver - Evergreen Line (TransLink) - 6 Stations - 11km - Opened December 2, 2016
  • Toronto - Line 1 Yonge-University / Vaughan Extension (TTC) - 6 Stations - 8.6km - Opened December 27, 2017
  • Kitchener-Waterloo - ION Phase 1 (Grand River Transit) - 16 Stations - 19km - Opened June 21, 2019
  • Ottawa - Confederation Line (OC Transpo) - 13 Stations - 12.5km - Opened September 14, 2019
With the possibility of a covid stimulus package being given by the federal government, and possibly some of the provincial governments, How many of those under the Planned section could be started within a year or so?
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For Edmonton, the Metro line Extension Phase 1 (1 station, 1.6 km) should have a start date of 2020. Phase 2 (9.5 km, 7 stations) won't happen until 2023/2024 at the earliest.

For Calgary, the Green Line Stage 1, Segment 1 (9 stations, 16 km) should have a start date of 2021/2022. Segment 2 (6 stations, 4 km) won't happen until 2023/2024 at the earliest.
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Is there any source for total amount of rapid transit mileage by city, including type?
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Is there any source for total amount of rapid transit mileage by city, including type?
I find Wikipedia to not be too bad to get it.
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The list is missing the REM extensions/new lines.
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