Eastlink may refer to:

  • EastLink (Melbourne), a toll road in Melbourne, Australia
  • East-Link (Dublin), a toll bridge in Dublin, Ireland
  • EastLink (company), a communications provider in Canada
  • East Link, an extension of Sound Transit Link Light Rail in the Seattle metropolitan area
  • East Tangential Link, an expressway in Berlin, Germany.

Other articles related to "eastlink":

Media In The Halifax Regional Municipality - Television - Television Stations
... none none 5 ... CTV Two Atlantic CTV Two Cable, IPTV, and Satellite TV only none none 10 none EastLink Television community channel EastLink Cable none none ... Cable services are provided by EastLink ...
EastLink (Melbourne)
... EastLink is a tolled section of the M3 freeway linking a large area through the eastern and south-eastern suburbs of Melbourne, Australia ... EastLink is electronically tolled with no cash booths, using a system developed by SICE ... EastLink was opened to traffic on Sunday 29 June 2008 and in conjunction with the opening, a month long toll-free period occurred before regular tolling commenced on ...
Broadband For Rural Nova Scotia Initiative - Project Launch and Progress
... signed contracts with two Internet service providers, Bragg Communications (EastLink) and Seaside Communications to serve most of rural Nova Scotia ... Eastlink signed contracts to deliver broadband services to residents of the counties of Lunenburg, Queens, Shelburne, Yarmouth, Digby, Annapolis, Kings, and Hants ... In November 2009, both Seaside Communications and Eastlink admitted they were not going to be able to complete their portions of the project by the deadline of December 31, 2009 ...
Media In Timmins - TV - Cable
... The cable television provider in the city is EastLink (formerly Persona Cable) ... The city's community channel is branded as EastLink News ... EastLink also produces a separate channel for real estate and advertising listings, branded as ClaimPost Realty ...
East Link Television - Production
... Eastlink TV shows are produced by crews composed of both television professionals and community volunteers ... Some programs, such as live sports events or Eastlink Magazine, will generally have more volunteers on crew than Eastlink TV employees ... Providing training and opportunities for volunteers is both a duty under the terms of Eastlink's cable license, and an opportunity to produce a wider range of programming than would be possible ...