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Relief Line North

Project Overview

The Relief line North Project Team – Metrolinx, together with the City of Toronto (the City) and the TTC – are advancing plans for the Relief Line North. The Relief Line North will build on the ongoing Relief Line South Project Assessment (Downtown to Danforth) to continue rapid transit service north from Pape Station, with the goal of connecting to existing/ future rapid transit, such as Line 5 Eglinton and Line 4 Sheppard. This continuation of the Relief Line South will be a critical part of our expanding transportation network; better serving Toronto transit users.

Information from Public Consultations April 2018Relief Line North Corridors

You can find information on the Relief Line on this website, as well you can find the panels from the public meeting and the discussion guideline in April 2018 here.  Possible corridors for the Relief North were presented and they show two possible routes for the Relief Line North at the top of Ward 29.


Public Consultations April 2018

The Relief Line North is a future extension of the planned Relief Line South. It is being planned to help address a gap in our existing rapid transit network, offer alternative routes and relieve congestion on Line 1 Yonge, and at existing and future interchanging stations, like Bloor-Yonge and Eglinton-Yonge. This means better connections to urban centres, employment nodes and regional destinations, and shorter, more comfortable commutes.


Hosted together by Metrolinx, the City of Toronto and the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC).



Provincial funding for the Relief Line North is currently in place to advance the planning and environmental assessment of this important rapid transit project. Your input will help shape the Relief Line North, confirming the route it will take and the location of the stations.

When & Where?

Wednesday, April 18

George Vanier Secondary School 3000 Don Mills Rd E, North York 6:30-8:30pm Cafeteria

Thursday, April 19

York Mills Collegiate Institute 490 York Mills Rd, North York 6:30-8:30pm Cafeteria

Saturday, April 21

Thorncliffe Park Public School ( New Location) 80 Thorncliffe Park Drive, Toronto 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.  – Gymnasium

You can find our more by visiting the Relief Line North website or calling  416-338-2848 or emailing


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