The Board of
Railway Commissioners for Canada.

Order no. 44136

Saturday, the 4th of
January, A.D. 1930

In the matter of the Order of the Board No. 35037, dated May 9th, 1924, made on the application of the City of Toronto for an Order requiring the Canadian Pacific and the Canadian National Railway Companies to collaborate with the City in the preparation of a joint plan for the separation of grades at the crossings of Bloor Street, Royce Avenue, Weston Road, and St. Clair Avenue by the said railways, and at the crossings of Wallace Avenue and Davenport Road by the Canadian National Railway; the said Order providing that no change in grade or interference with the width of right of way be made on the main double track lines of the Canadian Pacific Railway Company's Galt and Toronto, Grey and Bruce Subdivisions and of the Canadian National Railway Company's Brampton Subdivision; and that subways be constructed at Bloor Street, Royce Avenue, Junction Road, and St. Clair Avenue, Toronto;

And in the matter of the application of the said City of Toronto for an Order directing the said Canadian Pacific and Canadian National Railway Companies to proceed with grade separation on St. Clair Avenue and Lansdowne Avenue, and other streets, as provided under the said Order No. 35037, in so far as the same is not already constructed.


H. A. McKeown
Chief Commissioner

S. J. McLean
Asst. Chief Commissioner

Upon hearing the application at the sittings of the Board held in Toronto, November 18, 1929, in the presence of counsel for the city of Toronto and the railway companies, and what was alleged; and upon reading the written submissions filed,—

The Board Orders: That the application be, and it is hereby, dismissed.

H. A. McKeown
Chief Commissioner,
The Board of Railway Commissioners for Canada.