Snapshot of Lincoln Fields Station - August 13, 2022

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Snapshot of Lincoln Fields Station - June 23, 2022

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Snapshot of Lincoln Fields Station - January 6, 2022

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Snapshot of Lincoln Fields Station - November 11, 2021

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Snapshot of Lincoln Fields Station - September 30, 2021

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Snapshot of Lincoln Fields Station - July 2, 2021

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Some Lincoln Fields construction photos. A complex station because it is also a major bus transfer and just before the split.

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Snapshot of the Lincoln Fields Rail Flyover - July 2, 2021

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The new Confederation Line Stage 2 "split" flyover near Lincoln Fields. The MUP bridge will be removed and shifted a bit north for OCS clearance.

Pier foundations for the new shifted MUP bridge. Woodroffe HS in background.

From the flyover bridge at the split, Moodie trains will dive down to a short tunnel under Connaught and cut past the corner of the OCTranspo Pinecrest bus storage ( in background). Then head to new Queensview Station. Roller coaster? 

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Snapshot of Lincoln Fields Station - May 16, 2021

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Snapshot of Lincoln Fields Station - April 24, 2021

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Tunnel Infrastructure piling and excavation preparation.

Looking west N. Side Richmond Road towards McEwen Ave.
Looking East from McEwen Ave.
Looking south From Richmond Rd. towards Lincoln Fields.
Looking West from Lincoln Fields at SJAM parkway towards Richmond Rd. future Tunnel curve.
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Snapshot of Lincoln Fields Station - April 17, 2021

Great views of Lincoln Fields station from the distance, showing the size and scope of the work at this expansive and important station that will see a massive transformation over these coming years.

The rail flyover that will carry Line 3 towards Moodie, while Line 1 to Algonquin passes beneath.
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Snapshot of Lincoln Fields Station & Flyover - April 9, 2021

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Lincoln Fields will be the western most transfer point for O-Train Lines 1 (to Algonquin) and Line 3 (to Moodie). Trains arriving from the east will emerge from a tunneled guideway into the station. Heading west, the tracks will split to serve both lines, with Line 1 passing underneath Line 3 (which will make use of a rail flyover, as shown in the lower images).

Temporary local bus loop
Site of the future O-Train Station
The rail flyover, Line 3 (Moodie above), Line 1 (Algonquin below)
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Snapshot of the Lincoln Fields Flyover - March 20, 2021

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The Lincoln Fields rail flyover, permitting Lines 1 and 3 to diverge to their respective destinations. This photos were taken from a bus riding along the Transitway underneath the structure, in the same way that future O-Train Line 1 will travel.

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Snapshot of Lincoln Fields Station - March 20, 2021

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 Station construction continues at Lincoln Fields. The first photo below is of the temporary bus loop that was constructed to allow for demolition of the original bus station's local platforms. 

The future LRT station site.
The rail flyover that will split Line 1 and Line 3.
The flyover, to allow for Line 3 bound for Moodie to cross over Line 1, which heads towards Algonquin.
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Snapshot of the Lincoln Fields Flyover - February 11, 2021

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This flyover will enable service further West from Lincoln Fields towards Moodie and Algonquin Stations. Trains bound for Moodie will make use of the flyover, while trains to Algonquin will pass underneath.

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Snapshot of Lincoln Fields Station - February 11, 2021

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Construction continues at Lincoln Fields Station.

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Snapshot of Lincoln Fields Station - December 9-10, 2020

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Demolition weekend has arrived. Behold Lincoln Fields station's local bus platforms be dismantled, a milestone step to getting O-Train extended west. The new temporary bus loop (located adjacent to the Transitway platforms) is open and now in service.

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Snapshot of Lincoln Fields Station - December 5, 2020

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 A final look at Lincoln Fields local bus platforms, soon to be demolished to make way for the future O-Train Station.

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Snapshot of Lincoln Fields Station - November 26, 2020

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Work continues to complete the temporary bus loop at Lincoln Fields, which will allow the demolition of the permanent local bus platforms, making way for the future O-Train Station in its place.

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Snapshot of Lincoln Fields Station - September 20, 2020

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Snapshot of Lincoln Fields Station - August 14, 2020

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Various construction shots from ped bridge near Lincoln Fields Station, and of bridge supports for complex flyover for branch west to Moodie.

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Snapshot of Lincoln Fields Station - July 16, 2020

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Snapshot of Lincoln Fields Station - June 16, 2020

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Snapshot of Lincoln Fields Station - May 31, 2020

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Snapshot of Lincoln Fields Station - May 18, 2020

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Utility relocation at Lincoln Fields. View from North looking South.
View from East side storm / sewer pipe in hole.
Utility relocation at existing bus loop near Carling Avenue.
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Lincoln Fields (2025)

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Lincoln Fields Station is an existing Transitway Station that will be re-oriented and completely rebuilt to function as a new LRT station. The train platform will be located under Carling Avenue with a fare paid connection to the bus facility to allow passengers to transfer seamlessly without a requirement to pass through fare gates or revalidate their fare. There will be a minimum of three fare-controlled entrances: a station entrance will be provided from Carling Avenue; an entrance will provide access from the west side of the Guideway at grade; and, an entrance will be provided at the bus loop. The existing bus terminal will be reconfigured to accommodate bus platforms and bus layby facilities only, and a new bus drivers' facility. The PPUDO spaces currently located within the operating area of the bus terminal will be relocated and segregated from the fare paid zone with access from Carling Avenue, shared with buses as currently configured.

This major transfer station will be outfitted with public washrooms available to fare paid customers during LRT operation hours and will have provisions for a future retail space. A signalized pedestrian crossing will also be provided to facilitate improved station access across Carling Avenue.

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