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After some delay, work will

After some delay, work will commence on the new GO Transit bus terminal beside Union Station in the next couple of weeks. The Toronto Star has an article about this development. Relief could come as early as July to commuters, pedestrians and drivers using the overcrowded section of Front Street in front of the station, when the “train-buses” up sticks and move to the new facility. Toronto-Hamilton express buses will also relocate from the Elizabeth Street terminal, saving GO Transit $725,000 in fuel costs and rental fees.

The TTC appears to have changed its tune about the Queen Street Don Bridge reconstruction. Earlier, it was said that this sixteen week diversion program would cut transit service on Queen between Broadview and Parliament entirely. Now, according to their construction brief, “a local shuttle bus service will travel along a one-way circular route via: east on Queen Street East, south on River Street, west on King Street East and north on Jarvis Street.” No mention is made of every second rush-hour King car using Gerrar to divert. Sounds as though someone bent the TTC’s ear and made them rethink their plans.

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