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Toronto Transportation: 8 Stations TTC Subway Closed This Weekend

Residents wishing to take advantage of the first week of reopening in Toronto will have to overcome many TTC closures and temporary delays.

The closure will begin on the weekend and will affect eight stations on Line 1. On Saturdays and Sundays, there will be no subway service between Finch and St. Clair’s stations due to the construction of the Eglinton Crosstown LRT and the construction of the TTC’s signaling system.

The shuttle bus runs regularly and stops at each station. The 97 Yonge bus and the university side of Line 1 operate and can be used as an alternative during closure.

North York Center Station is also closed.

Transit users who require wheel transformer service on weekends can seek assistance from TTC Customer Service staff.

There are also plans for night closures and turmoil this week.

From June 14th to June 17th, part of Line 2 between Woodbine and Kennedy stations will be closed every night around 11:00 pm due to railroad work.

During the closure period, the shuttle bus runs along Blow Street and all stations remain open for fare sales and access to ground routes and Line 3.

The Line 1 subway between Bourne Metropolitan Center Station and Pioneer Village Station will alternate north-facing tracks starting next week at midnight to repair leaks on the south-facing tracks.

As a result, TTC warns that customers may experience longer-than-usual wait times and travel times.



Toronto Transportation: 8 Stations TTC Subway Closed This Weekend

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