TTC service changes
We will be making adjustments to some of our service starting January 2, 2022 (unless otherwise indicated) due to new and ongoing construction, as well as construction that has recently ended.
We will also be continuing with our temporary schedules that went into effect on November 21, 2021. Our focus remains on protecting existing service on our most popular bus corridors at the busiest times of the day like Wilson, Eglinton East (RapidTO), Finch West, Jane, Lawrence East, York Mills, Steeles West, Sheppard West, and Victoria Park, among others. Service will be restored gradually starting in February 2022.
Service adjustments/routing changes:
The 75 Sherbourne route, along Sherbourne Street, will return to serving stops along both sides of the street. The City watermain construction has ended.
Wilson Station lower bus platform construction (effective January 10, 2022)
Construction will begin at the lower bus platform to rebuild the driveway and surrounding area. Access to this area will be closed and a temporary bus loop will be constructed on the east side of Wilson Station, off of Wilson Heights Boulevard.
The 29 Dufferin, 929 Dufferin Express, 104 Faywood and 160 Bathurst North bus routes will operate out of the temporary platform.
The 96 Wilson, 996 Wilson Express, 118 Thistle Down, 119 Torbarrie, 120 Calvington and 165 Weston Road North bus routes will remain at the upper level of the main platform, located at the west side of Wilson Station.
The schedules for all of these routes will remain the same. Construction is expected to last until December 2022.
Streetcar service will continue to divert via Parliament Street, King Street East and King Street West, due to delays with the track and overhead wire upgrades along Queen Street West.
Service will be extended west from Charlotte Loop (Spadina Avenue) to Bathurst Street and Queen Street West via King Street West and Bathurst Street, because of lane restrictions for a condominium development at 400 King Street West.
503 Kingston Rd
The service along the 503 Kingston Road route will be reduced to match customer travel along the route, returning the schedule back to what it was before the temporary service increase was put in place in May 2021.
From approximately 6 a.m. to 9 a.m. streetcars will arrive every nine to 10 minutes, instead of every eight minutes. From approximately 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. streetcars will arrive every 10 minutes, instead of every eight minutes. From approximately 3 p.m. to 7 p.m., streetcars will arrive every 10 minutes instead of every eight to nine minutes.