Relieving existing congestion at Park Lawn Road and Lake Shore Blvd. W., and providing additional capacity to accommodate new traffic are key elements of the plans for 2150 Lake Shore. This not only includes a proposed Relief Road for commuters, but other transportation improvements that will transform everyday life for the residents of Humber Bay Shores. Access to South Etobicoke, downtown Toronto and Port Credit will become a whole lot easier.
As part of the 2150 Lake Shore redevelopment, we are proposing:
- A new Park Lawn GO Station along the Lakeshore West rail corridor and;
- A newly integrated TTC station that brings the Humber Streetcar Loop to the GO station.
This new Park Lawn Transit Hub will enable access and service to Metrolinx’s Lakeshore West GO line, TTC bus and streetcar routes as well as pedestrian and cycling trails — unlocking the mobility potential of the Humber Bay Shores area and its surrounding neighbourhoods unlike ever before.
Unlocking New Connections
Imagine being able to get downtown in just 12 minutes. The proposed new Park Lawn GO Station will not only reduce your travel time to the City, but also make a person’s travelling experience more enjoyable. No more sitting in traffic; no more travelling outside your neighbourhood to commute on the GO; no more expensive Ubers.
Instead, residents will be provided with an increased level of service that has not yet been available to the Humber Bay Shores community. This will include access to a variety of sustainable transportation options such as dedicated bike lanes for cyclists, wider sidewalks ensuring your safety, and quick access to the proposed GO station and TTC loop.
Our proposal is critical to the success of this neighbourhood. We will continue to work with Metrolinx and the City of Toronto to advance the plans for – and to realize the building of – the proposed Park Lawn GO Station and integrated TTC station. See the plans for these new connections by watching our Mobility Video here.
What does it mean to live in a ‘transit-oriented community’? Learn more about new transit options proposed for 2150 Lake Shore and the Humber Bay Shores neighbourhood.
The proposed plans for 2150 Lake Shore will continue to evolve and grow as we work with the City of Toronto and the local community to address the needs of a rapidly developing area.