Providing more connections for Toronto commuters
Gridlock costs Toronto an estimated $6 billion each year.
Bechtel is working with the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) to extend the city’s subway system. We are providing program management services, as part of an integrated delivery team with our customer, for the last two years of this critical project. The Toronto-York Spadina subway project will extend the western end of the existing Spadina subway Line 1 across Toronto city boundaries into the rapidly growing York region.
The 5.3-mile (8.6 kilometer) extension includes six new stations with several intermodal connections including GO commuter rail, city bus service, bus rapid transit, and commuter parking.
Watch a timelapse video of the new railway.
“The Toronto-York-Spadina Subway Extension will significantly improve the efficiency and sustainability of public transit in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area.” —Adam Vaughan, Parliamentary Secretary to the Prime Minister of Canada
Visit the Toronto-York Spadina Subway Extension website.
Supporting Canada since 1942
Bechtel has been working in Canada for nearly three quarters of a century and has completed more than 800 studies and projects that contribute the country’s infrastructure. In addition to our work on the Toronto-York Spadina Subway Extension, other ongoing projects include the Keeyask Generating Station and the Kitimat Aluminum Smelter.
We build rail
Bechtel has delivered more than 6,200 miles of railways and completed 35 metropolitan rapid transit systems. Bechtel has worked on many of the largest and most complex railway projects in the world including:
- Athens Metro: Managed an engineering and construction consortium of 22 companies to complete the delivery of two new subway lines in time for the 2004 Summer Olympics.
- Channel Tunnel: Bechtel managed this ambitious project to a successful completion after severe cost, schedule and safety problems threatened to derail the world’s longest undersea tunnel.
- London Underground Upgrade: The Jubilee Line Extension—one of the largest London underground additions in 25 years—was severely behind schedule. Bechtel was hired to provide a fast-track push to meet the Millennium deadline and completed the project in just 14 months.