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Part of the subway closes at midnight this weekend



The TTC is closing parts of the 1 Yonge - University - Spadina subway early this weekend to repair the tracks.

Starting at midnight on Saturday and Sunday, February 20 and 21, trains on the University - Spadina leg of the subway start end end their trips at St. Andrew Station. Trains on the Yonge leg start and end their trips at Bloor - Yonge Station.

That means no subway service between Bloor - Yonge and St. Andrew Stations early Sunday and Monday morning. Regular subway service resumes at 9 a.m. on Sunday and 6 a.m. on Monday.

The TTC is operating shuttle buses between Bloor - Yonge and Osgoode Stations, while the subway is closed and before service starts along the 320 Yonge overnight bus route.

Buses leaving Bloor - Yonge Station stop on Yonge Street at Bloor, Wellesley, College, Dundas, Queen and King Streets, on Front Street West at Bay Street and on University Avenue at King and Queen Streets West.

Buses leaving Osgoode Station stop on University Avenue at Queen and King Streets West, on Front Street West at Bay Street and on Yonge Street at King, Queen, Dundas, Carlton, Wellesley and Yonge Streets.

Early Monday morning, subway trains only operate along the Yonge leg of the subway between Eglinton and Bloor - Yonge Stations. The TTC also closes the subway north of Eglinton as part of its ongoing tunnel maintenance project. Buses also replace the subway between Finch and Eglinton Station.