Category: Transit


One Year In: The King Street Pilot

One Year In: The King Street Pilot

Do you live, work or travel on King Street? Tune into our #KingStreetPilot Tweet Chat next Monday November 5th at 1 pm. We’ll be posing a series of questions about how people have experienced the transit priority project since it’s implementation last November. We will be joined by special guests Steve Munro and a representative from La Fenice who will also add their perspective to the conversation and will be available to answer any questions directed their way.

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One Year In: The King Street Pilot – Monday, November 26th at 7 PM

What: Public meeting about the King Street Pilot
When: Monday, November 26th, 7:00 – 9:00 pm
Where: Metro Hall, Room 308/309

Do you live, work, or travel on King Street? This open meeting is an opportunity to share your experience of the King Street Pilot after one year since its implementation in November 2017. Together we will look at what the data shows about the pilot’s success and engage in a facilitated discussion about the transit priority project’s implementation and impact on our public space and day-to-day life.

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Download Poster One Year In – The King Street Pilot (Nov. 26) pdf version

Audio/Podcast CityPlace Residents Association talks about the King Street pilot 1st Year Anniversary on the John Oakley Show on AM640


Upcoming Public Meeting on GO Transit Electrification

Metrolinx Public Meeting on GO Transit Electrification:
Wednesday, November 9
Metro Toronto Convention Centre
South Building, Rooms 717A & 718

Metrolinx, an agency of the Government of Ontario, is studying electrification of GO Transit services including train lines that operate through the Union Station Rail Corridor, south of Front Street. This would involve the construction of new electrical infrastructure in and near the rail corridors and the possible modification of existing structures such as bridges.

Please find details of public meetings that will be held in Toronto and surrounding cities to share the latest update on this work. Metrolinx Public Meeting Information | Metrolinx Public Meeting Details

For additional information, please visit or contact Metrolinx at


121 Fort York-Esplanade Bus Service


121 Fort York-Esplanade: Service reduction

Service will be reduced during some periods of the week: Morning peak period service will operate every 11 minutes instead of every 10 minutes. Saturday morning service will operate every 16 minutes instead of every 15 minutes
Service will end sooner, every day, with last trips departing at both ends of the route at approximately 1:00 am.


CityPlace is Well Served by the 121 Fort York-Esplanade Bus

The 121 Bus is serving our neighbourhood well,with connections that include Fort York, Union Station and the Distillery District!






Traffic Lights Installed at CityPlace Intersection – Dan Leckie Way and Fort York Blvd

Dan Leckie Way and Fort York Blvd is a busy 4-Way intersection in the heart of the CityPlace neighbourhood that experiences high vehicular traffic volume, serves a bus route (TTC 121), a bustling bike line, and has a high walkability due to its proximity to Canoe Landing Park. To address traffic and pedestrian issues and concerns, as well as, improve community safety at this busy intersection, Traffic Lights have now been installed. The will be operational soon.