You had better sunlight luck than me today as it mostly overcast for me.
Top Flight area still the same way like it was 6 weeks ago based on your photos.
Based on what I saw today, the southbound track between Sandstone and Trader will have the base concrete pour to anchor the rail base in place this month, once a small section of missing rail is install as well spice to the existing rail. I counted 8 splice area and not sure about 2 others. Where the rail meets the Sandstone intersection rails, there is a gap and a fish place between the 2 section that doesn't look like it will be splice. Could be an expansion joint or will be splice later since the pouring of the base concrete has no effect on the splicing.
Matheson has no left turn signs up in all direction, but did not stop drivers from turning illegally nor driving through red lights. Work for the intersection is to be done by Dec 15. Concrete base is pour for the guideway for westbound Matheson lanes and a lot faster than the other intersections so far considering work only started No 2.
Some time this month, the traffic will be using the new lanes between Bristol and Eglinton to allow the centre section to be dug up for the guideway to match what is already dug up.
Between 403 and 401, new taller hydro poles now in place with most waiting for cables to be strung for them so the existing ones can be remove.
The next area where beams will be install for the elevated area will be over the eastbound off ramp as well over the ramp to City View. Even the southbound ramp for 403 eastbound is ready for beams. A lot more piers are up to the west and waiting for framing of the pier top. A number still in the ground.
The westside sidewalk and 3 lanes close for the 403 overpass so reconstruction of it can get underway as phase 1 of 3 phases.
No work has started on the pier support for the elevated bridge over the 403, other than the centre section that almost complete.
From Kingsbridge to Eglinton, the eastside is strung for curb pouring and this will allow the shifting of traffic to the eastside of Hurontario so work can take place for the southbound lanes.