Calgary Green Line LRTIn Procurement
Stage 1 of Calgary’s $5B Green Line LRT program is an 18km system running from Shepard to Eau Claire and connecting four BRT routes. With 13 stations along the line, project infrastructure includes underground and elevated station buildings, bridge structure, three park and ride facilities and a maintenance and storage facility.
The Green Line program is being procured through an innovative progressive design build procurement model – one of the first in Canada. The project, which is the largest capital project in the City’s history, is currently in procurement.
Gordie Howe International BridgeUnder Construction
The Gordie Howe International Bridge project is a $5.7B project connecting the US and Canada. The project includes a 2.5 km bridge, a Canadian Point of Entry, a US point of Entry and local road improvements.
The six-lane bridge will span the Detroit River, connecting Detroit and Windsor, and will be one the top five longest bridges in North America once complete.
Procured as a P3 Design Build Finance Operate and Maintain (DBFOM) project, the bridge is currently under construction.
GO ExpansionUnder Construction
The $18B GO Expansion project is the largest transit capital infrastructure project in the Province’s history. It will deliver two-way, all-day electrified service every 15 minutes over the core segments of the GO Rail Network. Capital works include track, civil works (utility relocations, grade separations etc.), signaling upgrades, electrification infrastructure, maintenance facility upgrades, fleet, and Operations and Maintenance.
The project has three components (On Corridor Works, Stations and Enabling Works) and includes a variety of procurement methodologies including P3, progressive design build, CMAR, DB and DBB.
Ottawa Stage 2Under Construction
Ottawa’s Stage 2 Infrastructure Program will extend the existing Trillium line and Confederation line currently under construction for a combined 44km of new rail. With 24 new stations, upon completion of the project, 70% of Ottawa residents will be within 5km of rail. This will be Ottawa’s second P3 transit project and is a world first expansion of a P3 transit line while the first is still under construction. The infrastructure program is $3.6B (CAN) and includes the Trillium Line Expansion being procured as a Design Build Finance and Maintain, the Confederation Line Extensions and Highway 417 Widening as a Design-Build-Finance.
Ontario LineUnder Construction
The Ontario Line is 15.5 km automated Metro project that will run from Eglinton Avenue and Don Mills Road through Toronto’s central business district to the Exhibition GO Station. It will provide direct passenger connections to the Eglinton Crosstown LRT, three existing TTC Subway Stations, one existing GO Rail Station and one new GO Rail Station. Project cost is an estimated $11B with an estimated completion date of 2030.
The project is being procured as a P3 with three separate contracted elements: 1. Vehicles, systems, operations and maintenance, 2. Southern Civil Stations and Tunnel and 3. Northern Station Civil and Station.
Finch West LRTUnder Construction
This $1.2B 11 kilometer LRT project includes new dedicated light rail transit including 17 surface stops, maintenance story facility, below-grade terminus, and underground interchange station.
This project was procured as a P3 DBFM and is currently under construction.
Eglinton Crosstown LRTUnder Construction
The Eglinton Crosstown project is a 19 km LRT running between Mt. Dennis and Kennedy Stations. One of the first large-scale transit projects in the GTA, the LRT will help reduce congestion thanks to a 10.2 km tunnel and 15 underground stations, along Eglinton Avenue. The LRT also includes 10 stops at-grade, three interchange stations with the TTC subway and three Go Rail interchange stations that connect to Go Transit and the UP Express.
Currently under construction, the Eglinton Crosstown project is a $10B DBFM and the largest P3 procurement in Canadian history.
Confederation LineIn Service
The Confederation Line is a 12.5 km light rail line under construction in the Nation’s Capital. With 13 stations and a 2.5 km tunnel through the City’s downtown core it will serve as the transit spine for the City’s transit network. It was Ontario’s first P3 transit project and Canada’s second. The project is $2.1B (CDN) and was procured as a design-build-finance-maintain project (DBFM). It is currently in year four of its five-year construction schedule.
Union Pearson ExpressIn Service
Union Pearson Air Rail Link project constructed 3.3 km of new rail line to the Air Rail Link connecting Union Station and the Toronto Pearson International Airport.
Procured as a DBFOM and launched in 2015, the Union Pearson Express carries approximately 3.5 million annual passengers across 1,120 weekly trips.