This light-rail transit line will run along Toronto’s Eglinton Avenue between Mount Dennis (Weston Road) and Kennedy Station. Part of the Government of Ontario’s light-rail transit plan for the city, this 19-kilometre corridor will include an 11-kilometre underground portion between Keele Street and Laird Drive. When running at street level, the line will carry passengers in dedicated right-of-way transit lanes separate from regular traffic with priority signaling at intersections. Travelling at an average speed of 28 km/h, it will link to 54 bus routes, three subway stations, and various GO Transit lines. The capacity of the LRT vehicles is 15,000 passengers per hour per direction, with the flexibility to easily remove or add cars. Projected ridership is 5,400 passengers per hour in the peak direction by 2031. The final pieces of trackwork for the project were being installed during the fall of 2021. Installation of the overhead catenary system (the wires that power the trains), train signals, communications systems and other features to enable safe train movement continued in 2022 and the rail now runs continuously from the Maintenance and Storage Facility, located on the site of the former Kodak lands, to Kennedy Station.