TTC morning service update
July 9, 2013
With the exception of the Bloor-Danforth subway line from Jane to Kipling stations, the Toronto Transit Commission will be operating at capacity across the subway system this morning following yesterday’s storm that saw power outages across large swaths of the subway system, including flooding at Union Station.
While the TTC works to restore service to the west end of the Bloor-Danforth line (Kipling Station and its substation was severely flooded), 70 shuttle buses will operate between Kipling and Jane stations. The TTC will keep the public apprised about restoration of service in the area.
Customers should expect longer than normal wait and/or travel times on bus and streetcars routes across the city, as some roadways may be damaged or contain debris. The 504 King streetcar is not operating between Roncesvalles Ave. and Shaw St. due to flooding that occurred near Dufferin St.
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