SmartTrack Stations Program

Rank 2024


Image Credit: Metrolinx

Industry Sector: Transit

Project Type: Rail

Project Value: $1.690

Funding Source: Public

Province: Ontario

City / Region: Toronto

Estimated End Date of Substantial Completion: 2030

The SmartTrack Stations Program will improve transportation choice within Toronto by leveraging existing transit infrastructure to serve more people. Combined with Metrolinx’s GO Expansion Program, the SmartTrack Stations Program will transform heavy rail infrastructure in Toronto from a regional commuter service into an urban rapid transit network. The SmartTrack Stations Program, funded by the City of Toronto (including Federal funding from the Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program) and the Province of Ontario, will see five stations constructed at Finch-Kennedy, East Harbour, King-Liberty, Bloor-Lansdowne, and St. Clair-Old Weston. The SmartTrack Stations program will expand transit access for Toronto residents travelling within and beyond the city. The Design-Build contract for Bloor-Lansdowne was awarded in summer 2023 and construction contracts for the St. Clair-Old Weston, Finch-Kennedy, King-Liberty and East Harbor Stations are expected to be awarded by summer 2024. 

Project Owner: City of Toronto/Province of Ontario

Engineer: (Planning & Design): Hatch; Parsons (consulting)

Project/Construction Manager: Metrolinx (Delivery Partner)

P3 Team Members/Project Team: Graham (St. Clair/Old Weston Station); JV-Ledcor & Dragados Canada (Finch-Kennedy Station)

Other Key Players: Turner & Townsend (cost management); Matrix Solutions Inc. (environmental specialists); Hanscomb (cost consultant)

2023 Rank: 48

2022 Rank: 49