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More construction affects transit

New construction projects in Acton, Milton and Toronto will affect transit services.

The construction affects these routes:

GO Transit: 21 Milton, 31 Georgetown

Milton Transit: Route 2,Route 3, Route 4

Toronto Transit Commission: 141 Downtown / Mount Pleasant Express


The Town of Halton Hills has begun a construction project in downtown Acton. GO Transit is diverting buses on the Guelph branch of its 31 Georgetown service during the construction. Eastbound buses operate on their regular routes to Main Street North and St. Alban’s Drive, then divert eastward along St. Alban’s and southward along Willow Street, resuming their regular route at Willow and Mill Street East. Westbound buses reverse this routing.


The Town of Milton has begun a project to reconstruct Thompson Road, between Main Street and Derry Road. The construction will delay buses on GO Transit’s 21 Milton service and GO has moved some bus stops during the project.

The construction may also affect service on Milton Transit’s Routes 2, 3 and 4.


The City of Toronto and TTC project to reconstruct the streetcar tracks along Dundas Street will close the intersection of Dundas Street East and Jarvis Street, starting at 7 a.m. this morning, Friday, August 17, until 5 a.m. on Monday, August 20.

The TTC will divert buses on its 141 Downtown / Mount Pleasant Express route today only during peak periods. (The TTC does not run buses on the 141 route at any time other than weekday peak periods.) Southbound buses will operate along their regular routes to Jarvis Street and Gerrard Street East, then divert westward along Gerrard and southward along Church Street, resuming their regular route at Church and Richmond Street East. Northbound buses will operate along their regular routes to Adelaide Street East and Church, then divert northward along Church and eastward along Gerrard, resuming their regular routes at Gerrard and Jarvis.

Map of the 141 detour