TTC track work on Line 1 this weekend

Surface routes diverting for special events

Line 1 Yonge-University

This weekend, Sept. 10-11, Line 1 Yonge-University will  be closed between Wilson and Downsview stations only as TTC crews undertake track and maintenance work. Shuttle buses will run frequently between these stations all weekend.

Wheel-Trans buses will operate upon request between Downsview and Lawrence West stations for those who need it. Customers can speak with any TTC staff member to request the service.

As PRESTO is not yet available on all buses, customers should carry tokens, tickets or cash in case the shuttle is not yet PRESTO-equipped.

Full subway service resumes Mon.,Sept. 12 at 6 a.m. The next scheduled subway closures are:

- Line 1: St Clair West to Downsview – Sept. 17-18
- Line 1: Bloor-Yonge to Osgoode – Sept. 24-25
- Line 1: Wilson to Downsview – Oct. 8-10
- Line 2 Bloor-Danforth: Pape to St George – Oct. 8-10

Maintaining and modernizing transit infrastructure is critical to ensuring the TTC remains a safe and reliable transit system for its 1.8 million daily riders. The TTC thanks its customers, Toronto residents and businesses, and the public for their patience and understanding. For more information on subway closures, watch the "TTC weekend subway closures" video at

Special Event diversions

The following events around the city will cause the TTC surface routes listed below to divert. For more information on diversion routing, visit the Service Advisories page at

Toronto International Film Festival – Sept. 8-11
- 504/304 King
- 514 Cherry

Cabbagetown Festival – Sept. 10-11
- 65/365 Parliament
- 506/306 Carlton

Markham Village Auto Classic – Sept. 11
- 102D Markham Rd

Taste of the Kingsway – Sept. 9-11
- 15 Evans
- 66 Prince Edward
- 76 Royal York South
- 300 Bloor-Danforth

Jesus in the City Parade – Sept. 10
- 5 Avenue Road
- 94 Wellesley

Toronto 5K to Support Sick Kids Hospital – Sept. 10
- 7 Bathurst
- 33 Forest Hill
- 90 Vaughan Road
- 126 Christie
- 127 Davenport
- 512 St Clair

Customers can receive up-to-the-minute advisories by subscribing to e-Alerts or following @TTCnotices on Twitter.

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