Six Points Interchange Reconfiguration
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Following more than 10 years of planning, consultation, engineering, and design, the City of Toronto began construction to reconfigure the Six Points intersection in March 2017. The reconfiguration supports the development of Etobicoke Centre as a vibrant mixed-use transit-oriented community and the design features:
- a new road network and at-grade intersection at Dundas, Bloor, and Kipling
- complete Streets, with improved pedestrian facilities, wide boulevards, trees, street furniture, improved access to Kipling Subway Station, cycling facilities and separated bike lanes installed on all major streets
- new land available for potential uses such as parkettes, public art installations, development, and other amenities
- a district energy plan