In amongst all the cranes that are stretching Toronto's skylines higher and wider these days, there's a lot gong on at ground level in this city too, including construction of the longest from-scratch rapid transit line that has ever been built here. We've mostly paid attention to the underground section of The Crosstown LRT—from Mount Dennis and Black Creek on the west side to Brentcliffe on the east—and to the various station sites along the way, but now UrbanToronto Forum contributor TheTigerMaster has driven the eastern surface portion of the line along Eglinton Avenue, driving west from Midland Avenue to the portal at Brentcliffe, and posted the Dash Cam footage on Streamable. We thought you might be interested in getting a look at the early progress on this portion of the line.