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Guide to current and upcoming TTC subway closures



Update — Sunday, September 25, 6:27 a.m.: Although the TTC’s website still advises that the subway is closed this morning, it has not otherwise announced the closure. Subway may still be open today.


The TTC is busy these days keeping the subway system in a good state of repair.

However, for commuters, that often means transferring to buses, instead of the subway, while TTC crews and contractors do their work on tracks, tunnels and other infrastructure — especially weekends or late nights.

Four such projects affect the TTC this weekend and next week.

  • Buses replace the subway between Finch and Eglinton Stations after 12:30 a.m. early Monday-to-Saturday mornings. During this long-standing project, the TTC is repairing the tunnel walls. The project does not affect service early Sunday morning, when the subway continues to operate between Finch and Eglinton Stations after 12:30 a.m. Read Transit Toronto’s June 18, 2008 post for more information.
  • Buses replace the subway between Pape and St. George Stations before noon Sunday, September 25. The TTC is repairing the tracks under the Prince Edward (Bloor Street) Viaduct. Since Pape Station has no elevator, accessible buses operate between Main Street and St. George Stations. Read Transit Toronto’s September xx post for more information.
  • Buses replace subway between Kipling and Islington Stations after 12:01 a.m. until early Sunday, September 26. The TTC is maintaining the tracks and grinding the rails. Read Transit Toronto’s September 18 post for more information.
  • Buses replace the subway between Kipling and Jane Stations after 12:01 a.m. Monday, September 27 until Saturday, October 1. Next week, the TTC expands its project to maintain the tracks further east along the line to Jane Station. Read Transit Toronto’s September 23 post for more information.