The Strachan Avenue Overpass is one of the grade separations for the
Georgetown South Project. Formerly a level crossing, Strachan Avenue has been
raised and the rail corridor lowered several metres. In October 2013, trains
began operating on new tracks in a new north lowered corridor and the level
crossing was removed. A year later, the new Strachan Avenue bridge fully opened
providing two lanes for vehicles, two lanes for cyclist and two sidewalks over
the rail corridor.
How this will affect you
Noise and vibration monitors have been set up along the Strachan
Avenue Overpass project area to monitor any noise and vibration
generated by the construction. This data will be posted on a weekly
The following graph displays 1-hour averaged noise levels measured in
For a map of the station locations,
please click here.
2011 | 2012
| 2013 |
December 29-January 3 |
| January 19-24
| January 26-31
| February 2-7
| February 9-14
| February 16-21
| February 23-28
| March 2-7
No elevated vibration levels were recorded during this construction
To learn more about how we're monitoring noise and vibration during
construction, please see our Noise
and Vibration page.
Design consultant: AECOM
Construction contractor: Phase 1: Kenaidan Contractors
Construction contractor: Phase 2: EllisDon
For updates from 2010 or 2011, please see our
Communication Materials page.
For more information on the Strachan Avenue Overpass, please contact the
Strachan Community Office at 416-581-1300.
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