- May 1, 2020
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Drum, I‘m not sure how it fits through the Cooksville area? Perhaps, like Richmond Hill, it skips a portion running through an older area.I would say late 2028 for fully open and could open up in phases before then. One has to look at York BRT as well as Finch and Crosstown surface area to see how long it has/is taking for the LRT to get an handle on the timeline for Dundas. Even Hurontario can be added to that list. The first phase is to get the designing of the road done and that write off 2024 seeing construction as well when the contract is sign.
Dixie to the subway is already an 7 lane road and only a few intersections to worry about as well lack of side street. Mostly plazas driveways and this allows for a long ROW between intersections, unless the city to protect for future one like they should.
Mississauga is already replacing waterlines' on Dundas east of Dixie and this will reduce construction time for the BRT when work starts. The choke point for the BRT is between Cawthra and Mavis where major road widening will have to take place to have a centre ROW. It will be a tight fit for Hurontario area. along with turning lanes