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turini2

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That what was sent to me and had no issue with the link

I think it's when you're copying the link from the email, rather than opening the link - and then copying it.
 

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Took us 15 minutes to go from 403 to Eglinton yesterday as it went from 3 to one. It was setup being 2 lanes to one starting at the off ramp on our way home an hour later.

Only enough room for 4 cars to turn left going west on Eglinton causing some of the backup up issues as well a bitch for turning now and down the road. Southbound lanes set up for 2 lanes.

By the looks of things, the northbound lanes will be using the centre lanes as waterline work has started at Burnhamthrope Rd in the northbound lanes.

Starting Dec 6, foundation work will finally get underway for the pier support that were to take place in June,

Q1 will see construction start on the 403 and 407 overpass to rebuilt them as well expand the 407 ramps.

The median on the Rathburn Overpass will not be remove and expect some nice short distance shifting for the 403 work.

Have seen very little work south of Burnhamthrope Rd.

Construction on Rathburn last week prevented buses making a right turn onto City Centre that buses had to use Sq One roads to make turns.
 

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Looking north across Sq. One Dr. towards Rathburn and 403.

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Robert Speck and Hurontario.

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Looking south along Hurontario towards Absolute Ave. and Burnhamthorpe Rd. Looks like they're getting ready to dig up the road for water main replacement?
 

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Is there a theoretical map of what hurontario would look like (including stations) with and without the loop
 

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Is Aimco doing all of the surface level work?
BOT has been handling the roadway related work (curb/median removal & roadway widening) with Pave-Al Ltd handling the asphalt laying portion of the works.

I imagine BOT will be handling bridge structure work as they're big into that.

Amico has been handling all of the watermain and sewer relocation work to date.
 

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The winds knock over the fence on Hurontario St at Port Credit that you had to walk on the road around it. The roof is not 100% form or seen concrete.
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