Roads remain closed on Tuesday morning as police continue to investigate the deadly van attack that left 10 dead and 15 injured along Yonge Street in North York yesterday.
The City of Toronto has issued a traffic advisory via Twitter that all lanes remain blocked on Yonge Street between Sheppard Avenue and Bishop Avenue, while Toronto Police Operations advise that the area is closed to pedestrians and vehicular traffic along Yonge as well as Beecroft Road from Finch Avenue to North York Boulevard.
While subway service is operating from Finch Station, trains are bypassing North York Centre as the station remains closed and the 97 Yonge bus is diverting according to a tweet from TTC’s Brad Ross.
I39871 UPDATE: YONGE ST SB From BISHOP AVE To SHEPPARD AVE W: Update: All lanes remain blocked. (04/24/2018 06:34… https://t.co/NjbsmssijB
— TO Main Roads (@TO_MainRoads) April 24, 2018
Yonge St from Sheppard Av to Finch Av
-Area is closed to pedestrian/vehicular traffic
-Access to businesses via rear entrances
-Beecroft Rd also closed from Finch Av to North York Bl
-Changes to these closures will be updated as available #GO725711
— Toronto Police OPS (@TPSOperations) April 24, 2018
Subway service is operating to and from Finch Station this morning. North York Centre Station, however, remains closed with trains not stopping there. The 97 Yonge bus is diverting. Check https://t.co/oAvfIgfQte for details.
— Brad Ross (@bradTTC) April 24, 2018
Trains are bypassing North York Centre Station on Line 1 today. Customers using GO Transit can board anywhere in Toronto with their PRESTO card or transfer. TTC customers can also board GO Transit vehicles with their TTC transfer or Metropass.
— Official TTC Tweets (@TTCnotices) April 24, 2018
GO buses are also being diverted due to the police investigation and are not servicing stops along Yonge Street or bus terminals at York Mills and Finch until further notice.
— GO Transit Bus (@GOtransitBus) April 24, 2018