There will be no subway service on portions of the TTC’s Line 1 this weekend in order to allow TTC crews to continue tunnel and signal upgrade work.
This is the second and final phase of a 10-day closure, according to the TTC.
From Saturday, December 12 to Sunday, December 13, there will be no TTC subway service between Finch and St. Clair stations.
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Shuttle buses will frequently run throughout the closure, and the Yonge side of Line 1 will also be available for TTC customers as an alternative.
North York Centre Station on Line 1 will also be closed. All other stations will remain open for PRESTO sales, access to surface routes, and connection to the Line 4 train.
The TTC says there will also be a number of entrance and exit closures this weekend, including;
- Sheppard-Yonge station, where the automatic entrances and exits at Yonge Street and Poyntz Avenue, and at Yonge Street and Anndale Drive will be closed.
- York Mills station, the Old York Mills Road entrance and exit will also be closed.
- Lawrence station, the automatic entrances and exits at Ranleigh Avenue and Bedford Park Avenue will be closed as well.
Other entrances and exits will be available for customers at each subway station.
Regular subway service on Line 1 will resume on Monday, December 14.
Closures next week
From Monday, December 14 to Thursday, December 17, subway service between Broadview and Woodbine stations on Line 2 will end nightly at 11 pm for necessary track work to be done.
Shuttle buses will frequently run while the stations are closed, stopping at each station along the route.
Chester Station will be completely closed, but all other stations included in the closure will remain open for PRESTO sales and transfers to surface routes.
At Pape Station, the automatic entrance and exit at Lipton Avenue will also be closed.