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Construction disrupts transit services in Durham and Toronto



Construction projects in Oshawa, Toronto and Whitby may delay transit services.


Oshawa

The Region of Durham will be reconstructing Harmony Road between Olive and Adelaide Avenues until the fall.

Durham Region Transit will detour buses around the construction. South- and westbound buses on DRT East’s 10 Olive-Harmony route will operate along their regular route to Camelot and Galahad Drives, then proceed east- and southward along Galahad, westward along Hillcroft Street, southward along Wilson Road, eastward along Bond Street East and southward along Farewell Street, resuming their regular route at Farewell and Olive Street. North and eastbound buses will operate along their regular route to Olive and Farewell, then detour northward along Farewell, eastward along Bond, westward along King Street, northward along Wilson Road North, eastward along Hillcroft and Galahad, resuming their regular route at Galahad and Camelot.

DRT East will also detour buses on the 11 Grandview route. Westbound buses will operate on their regular route to Olive and Harmony, then continue westward along Olive, northward along Linden Avenue, returning to their regular route at Linden and Taylor Avenues. Eastbound buses reverse this routing.


Toronto

Starting Monday, June 25, the City of Toronto will be reconstructing Bathurst Street between Lawrence Avenue West and Shallmar Boulevard. The project may delay transit service on the TTC’s 7 Bathurst daytime, 310 Bathurst overnight and 14 Glencairn routes. The TTC has adjusted the schedules of the three routes to compensate for any construction-related delays.


Whitby

Until the end of August, the Town of Whitby will reconstruct Dundas Street (Regional Highway 2) between Perry and Garden Streets. The project restricts traffic on the street to one lane in each direction.

During the project, Durham Region Transit will divert buses on the DRT Centre (Whitby) 6 White Oaks / Oshawa Centre route.

Westbound buses operate on their regular routes to Dundas Street East and Garden Street, then detour northward along Garden, westward along Mary Street East and southward on Ash Street, resuming their regular route at Ash and Dundas. Eastbound buses reverse this routing.

GO Transit is diverting its westbound 94 Oshawa Highway 2 and 95 Oshawa Highway 2 Express services. All GO Transit stops on the north side of Dundas will be out of service between Garden and Perry. GO will temporarily move the westbound express stop at Dundas and Garden to Dundas and Lupin Drive. Eastbound trips will continue to serve all stops, including the express stop at Garden Street.

Starting Monday, June 25, the Town will also begin to work on reconstructing Brock Street at Consumers Drive. The project will restrict traffic on Brock to one lane in each direction. The work may delay service for buses operating on DRT Centre’s 2 / 2B Brock / Brooklin route and GO Transit’s 81 Port Perry route. The construction also includes westbound lanes of Consumers Drive. Construction on Consumers Drive may delay westbound buses on DRT Centre’s 5 Thickson / Garrard route.

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