In this snapshot update for Stage 2 LRT, we take a look at South Keys Station, along the Trillium Line South Extension / Airport Link, and discuss what will change, and what is to come over the next few years.
The current main entrance to South Keys Transitway station.
From the bus platforms, you can see the Trillium Line track (currently unused) passing behind.
The pedestrian underpass that connects to the multi-use pathway behind the train tracks. This area will be modified to serve as the entrance to the O-Train line.
The O-Train station will be a centre platform, with tracks on both sides. The Trillium Line mainline will pass through while the Airport Line will also serve this station. (Trains will alternate their arrivals).
The pedestrian underpass in the existing South Keys Transitway station, giving access to both bus platforms as well as to the future O-Train station.
The doors to the O-Train.
Another look at the overpass structure for the train tracks.
The multi-use pathway beyond.
The Trillium Line tracks heading towards Walkley and ultimately Bayview.