It wouldn’t be a weekend in Toronto without some sort of TTC disruption.
On Saturday, May 4, there won’t be service on a portion of Line 2 between Victoria Park and Kennedy Stations as crews complete a rail replacement.
This means subway trains will not be stopping at Victoria Park, Warden, and Kennedy stations.
The TTC says shuttle buses will be operating during the closure to help ease service disruptions for commuters.
Wheel-Trans service will also be available for customers requiring accessible assistance within the closure area.
Customers will be able to request the service from any TTC employee.
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TTC riders should also keep in mind that a portion of the TTC is closing early some nights next week.
Service on Line 1 between Eglinton and Bloor-Yonge stations will end at 11 pm each evening from Monday, May 6 through Thursday, May 9 for subway corridor maintenance.
Regular service will resume by 6 am each following morning.
During the early closures, shuttle buses will operate and Wheel-Trans service will also be available.