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CPCS advises Toronto Transit Commission on Bloor-Yonge Station project

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Toronto Transit Commission partners with CPCS for expert assurance review to enhance Bloor-Yonge Station’s capacity and efficiency. This collaboration aims to ensure the station can effectively meet increasing passenger demands and improve overall service quality.

 

Sector: Rail

Client: Toronto Transit Commission

Client type: Public transport agency

Location: Canada

Project type: Project Assurance

Advisory services: Review and audit

 

 

Assignment

CPCS provided the Toronto Transit Commission independent insights on capital project performance for its planned Bloor-Yonge capacity improvements project.

The Bloor-Yonge Station project includes the construction of a new Line 2 passenger platform and the expansion of both Line 1 passenger platforms, enhancements to the concourse level, entrances, exits and improved accessibility features.

This assurance review was aimed at evaluating the project’s feasibility in terms of scope, timeline, and budget.

Services provided

  • Delivered an assurance review workshop to establish objectives and ensure alignment.

  • Identified relevant documentation, agreements, reports, plans, policies and procedures.

  • Interviewed key stakeholders to receive and triangulate input.

  • Identified issues and risks that could jeopardize the successful delivery of the project.

  • Summarized key findings and recommendations in a final report.

Zoom out: Bloor-Yonge Station is the busiest in the TTC subway network and a critical interchange for Lines 1 and 2. Anticipated ridership growth on Line 1 is driven by the upcoming Yonge North Subway Extension, new high-capacity trains, and enhanced signalling systems, underscoring the importance of this capacity improvements project.

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