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The Eglinton Crosstown LRT (ECLRT) is the largest transit investment in Toronto. The ECLRT project contributes to economic benefits locally and across the Greater Toronto Area (GTA).

Are you interested in working with Crosslinx Transit Solutions Constructors to build the Eglinton Crosstown Light Rail Transit Project?

We are hosting interested sub-contractors and suppliers at the Aga Khan Museum on Wednesday October 3rd from 7am to 11am.

This event is our fourth annual supplier event, designed to discuss potential products and services with members of our procurement team.

If you are interested in attending, RSVP to by Friday September 28th and include:

  • Contact Name
  • Business Name
  • Product or Service (maximum of 150 words)
  • Time Preference (between 7am and 11am)

We look forward to meeting with you.

ECLRT is a complex engineering and construction project that requires a range of services and materials – whether it is for engineering and construction services, equipment and materials for construction activities, or administrative and other professional services.

CTS is committed fair and ethical procurement, and the use of local sources and social enterprises where practical and economically reasonable.

If you are a supplier or contractor interested in participating in this important project, please sign up below to be notified about upcoming opportunities relevant to your business.

Once you register and upload your company profile on the Open Opportunities page, CTS will select and pre-qualify registered companies for open tenders. Pre-qualified companies will be invited to submit proposals.

Click here to sign up to receive notifications on upcoming opportunities relevant to your business.

Do you have any inquiries or comments? Please contact us here.

Social Procurement

Crosslinx Transit Solutions (CTS) requires many local services and resources to complete the ECLRT project.

CTS is committed to a social procurement process that includes working with social enterprises in the city of Toronto and supporting businesses that are located along the project corridor.

We work closely with the United Way’s Social Purchasing Project to find social enterprises to provide the services that we need. The Social Purchasing Project aims to build capacity and elevate the profile of social enterprises by connecting them with public and private sector purchasers.

We encourage all social enterprises to connect with the Social Purchasing Project to get connected to us and added to our supplier list.