Plan Your Trip
Constructing a new subway is a very big job, takes quite a long time and will affect travel all along its new route. Travelling to, from and through the subway construction area will be a challenge over the next two years. You can help keep people and traffic moving during subway construction by planning your trip.
Know before you go
Knowing traffic conditions or current transit service availability before you take your trip is the best way to save time and reduce frustration. This is especially true during construction when conditions can change.
Here are a few tools for you to consider when planning your trip.
Travelling through subway construction areas will be a challenge over the next three years. Use these helpful tools and do your part to keep traffic moving by planning your trip.
View the new Construction Activity Maps to find out about construction work in your neighbourhood and to see the progress of the tunnel boring machines as they move along the new subway route!
320 Yonge diverting both ways via Dundas, Bay, Edward, due to a police investigation at Yonge and Dundas.
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Tunnel Boring Update!
Tunnel boring machines Holey and Moley completed the southern tunnels in early March of 2013, drilling a total of 2.8 kms of twin tunnels and placed 1,826 rings. Yorkie and Torkie completed the northern tunnels and on November 8, 2013 Torkie broke through the headwall at the Vaughan Metropolitan Centre Station, completing the twin tunnelling for the project.
To contact us for information about the project:
Call the information line: 1.800.223.6192 (live operator available 24/7)
Check out the latest construction photos and project YouTube videos.