TTC announces service enhancements and restorations starting Sunday

Starting this Sun., Jan. 7, the TTC is increasing service on several bus routes and restoring others following the completion of major construction projects. The TTC is also reinstating school trips after the winter break, ensuring that students have reliable and convenient transit options.


In response to ridership demand, the TTC will be increasing capacity on seven bus routes during busy travel periods. These routes include the 16 McCowan, 32 Eglinton West, 44 Kipling South, 63 Ossington, 94 Wellesley, 122 Graydon Hall, and 129 McCowan North.


With the completion of water main replacement and streetcar track renewal on Springhurst Ave., bus and streetcar services will return to Dufferin Gate Loop. The 29/929 Dufferin will return to routing between Wilson Station and Dufferin Gate Loop, and no longer run to Exhibition Place.


The TTC is also extending early morning operating hours for the 329 Dufferin Night bus, aligning with the start of subway service. This extension will provide customers with a transfer-free journey between Steeles Ave. W. and Dufferin Gate Loop before subway service begins.


Also from Sunday, until February, 504B King streetcars will run between Dufferin Gate and Distillery Loops. From Mon., Feb. 19, streetcar service from Dufferin Gate Loop will be via the 501A Queen, as new construction begins on King St. W.


At Broadview Station, all regular bus services will resume with the end of construction to renew streetcar infrastructure. The 87 Cosburn and 100 Flemingdon Park will return to Broadview Station, joining the 8 Broadview, 62 Mortimer, and 504/505 King/Dundas replacement buses which began service there this week.


The TTC is committed to keeping customers informed about work and events that impact service, as well as alternate route options. For the most up-to-date information, follow @TTCNotices on X or sign up for eAlerts.

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