Metrolinx has requested that Enbridge Gas relocate existing natural gas pipelines and a related structure in the City of Toronto to accommodate construction of the Scarborough Subway Extension (SSE) Transit Project, which is a collaboration between the Province of Ontario, the City of Toronto and Metrolinx.

The proposed Enbridge Gas SSE Kennedy Station Relocation Project involves the decommissioning of various natural gas pipelines and an existing District Regulator Station, which are in conflict with construction required for the SSE Transit Project.

In order to replace the decommissioned pipelines and station, new pipelines and a new station will be constructed in two phases.

Phase 1, proposed to commence in September 2023, consists of the relocation and constructoin of approximately 430 m of natural gas pipelines.

Phase 2, proposed to commence in April 2025, consists of the relocation of and construction of approximately 401 m of natural gas pipelines.

A District Regulator Station and bollard protection system will also be relocated onto a permanent private property easement at 2500 Eglinton Ave. E.

Regulatory approval is required to begin construction. A Leave-to-Construct (LTC) was filed with the Ontario Energy Board (OEB) on Dec. 7, 2022. If approved, construction on Phase 1 may begin in September 2023.

Project status/timeline

  • Feasibility


  • Environmental studies


  • Regulatory review


  • Regulatory approval


  • Under construction


  • In-service


Project status/timeline

  • Feasibility


  • Environmental studies


  • Regulatory review


  • Regulatory approval


  • Under construction


  • In-service



Project information