Milton Green tick Green tick National, 1 Team history Crawford Purchase, 24 Forward Jacob Shaffelburg (HG) Canada 3 2010 settlement. Nr Administrator Land Term 1996 Line 5 Eglinton is a 19-kilometre (12 mi) light rail transit (LRT) line being constructed along Eglinton Avenue from Mount Dennis in York to Kennedy station Line 5 will run underground for 10 km (6.2 mi) from Mount Dennis to just east of Brentcliffe Road before rising to the surface to continue another 9 km (5.6 mi) towards Kennedy Station the first phase of the LRT will have 25 stations and is expected to be completed by 2021 There are proposed eastern and western extensions as well east to the University of Toronto Scarborough campus and west to Toronto Pearson International Airport the line was originally a part of David Miller's Transit City proposal and a successor to the Eglinton West subway line Under the tenure of Miller's successor Rob Ford Transit City was cancelled but city council resurrected the Line 5 project against his wishes Line 6 Finch West, 10 Notes Legacy Greening Greater Toronto.
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