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Parts of Bloor - Danforth subway re-open



Update — 2:42 p.m.: Full subway service has resumed.


Update — Noon: The TTC has now withdrawn subway service between Spadina and Dufferin Stations.

Subway service: Kipling to Dufferin; Kennedy to Spadina.

Shuttle bus service: Dufferin to Spadina.


Update — 11:38 a.m.: About 10:45 a.m., a minor fire at St. George Station forced the TTC to briefly shut down subway service between St. George and Bathurst Stations. The fire is now out, but service is delayed by as much as 20 minutes.

About 11:11 a.m., the TTC resumed service between Keele and Dufferin Stations.

Subway service: Kipling to Dufferin; Kennedy to Bathurst.

Shuttle bus service: Dufferin to Bathurst.


Toronto Hydro is gradually restoring power to homes and businesses after last night’s outage, so the TTC can resume subway service between Jane and Keele Stations and between Bathurst and St. George Stations.

Subway trains operate between Kipling and Keele Stations and between Bathurst and Kennedy Stations.

Shuttle buses operate between Keele and Bathurst Stations.

Passengers at Keele Station may prefer to walk southward to Parkside Drive and Howard Park Avenue to connect with an eastbound 506 Carlton car heading toward downtown Toronto.

They may also walk or take the shuttle bus to Bloor and Dundas Streets West to connect with south- and eastbound 504 King and 505 Dundas cars toward downtown.

Transit Toronto readers report that Dundas West Station remains closed so 504 and 505 streetcars use the station terminal only as a loop and drop off and pick up passengers at the corner of Bloor and Dundas.

Readers also report that 506 Carlton cars may be diverting to Dundas Street in both directions to conserve power. (Eastbound streetcars travel along Howard Park Avenue to Dundas Street West, then proceed eastward along Dundas and northward along Bathurst Street to College, resuming their regular routes eastward along College. Westbound streetcars reverse the routing.)

Readers have also advised us that the cold weather may be affecting signals elsewhere on the subway system. Trains operating on the 2 Bloor - Danforth line are proceeding slowly through Old Mill Station because of signal problems there. Trains on the 1 Yonge - University - Spadina line are proceeding slowly through Davisville Station for the same reason.

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