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Buses replace subway between Pape and St. George Stations,
Before noon, July 10

This Sunday, July 10, the TTC is repairing the subway tracks beneath the Prince Edward (Bloor) Viaduct.

Before noon Sunday, trains operate along the 2 Bloor - Danforth subway line only between Kennedy and Pape Stations and between Kipling and St. George Stations.

The TTC is operating frequent shuttle buses between St. George and Pape Stations. The buses stop on Bloor Street or Danforth Avenue near all stations between Bedford Road and Pape Avenue. The buses drop off and pick up passengers at St. George and Pape Stations at the bus bays inside each station’s bus terminal.

Since Pape is not an accessible station, accessible shuttle buses operate between St George and Main Street Stations. (Main Street is the next accessible station east of Pape.) The accessible buses stop at Broadview and Bloor - Yonge Stations. At St. George, Broadview and Main Street stations, passengers board the accessible buses inside the bus terminals. At Bloor - Yonge Station, passengers must board the accessible shuttle buses on Bloor Street.

Regular subway service resumes at noon.

The TTC previously closed this section of the subway to work on repairing the tracks under the Viaduct Sunday, June 26, and will again close the same section Sundays, August 28 and September 25