The tracks are now in place to allow streetcars to turn.
It’s quite a maze of steel.
View looking west on Queen Street from east of Spadina on 13 July 2012.
The congestion that the construction has created is extremely frustrating. However, it is necessary, and from what I have seen, the work is progressing quickly. It will soon be completed, although it may not seem that way if you have been caught in the traffic snarls. Spadina is a major artery funnelling traffic onto the Gardiner Expressway, so the closing of the intersection is very disruptive.
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