Construction work is now well under way on our Highway 407 Station multi-modal transportation hub in Toronto.
Prior to station construction, a bridge was constructed over Black Creek which is the permanent access to Highway 407 Station and the adjacent provincial development lands. Black Creek was realigned to make room for the station.
The station structure is now nearing completion. Mechanical and electrical installation and architectural finishing work is under way inside the station. Construction of both wings of the bus terminal is also in progress. Later this year, the escalator systems, some of the longest continuous escalator runs in the TTC system, will be installed. By the end of 2015, the main finishes should be well under way, including terrazzo flooring, and the exterior glazing on the bus terminal, which features a bird-friendly glass wall.
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