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Highway 7 East rapidway construction:
Starting November 7

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Metrolinx and York Region contractors continue to work on the project to build a rapidway — bus-only lanes in the centre of the roadway.

Starting 8 p.m. Friday, November 7 contractors are paving South Town Centre Boulevard between Highway 7 and Cedarland Drive.

Cedarland Drive will be open during the construction, but will close again after 6 a.m. Monday, November 10.

Motorists traveling to and from residences or business on South Town Centre must use alternate driveways onto Clegg Road or Courtyard Lane. You can access IBM or CDI from Cedarland Drive.

“Paid-duty” York Regional Police officers will direct traffic at intersections where work is underway. Crews may block some sidewalks and crosswalks will be closed temporarily.

Work continues until 6 a.m. November 10.

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For two days during the week of November 10, crews will pave the west side of South Town Centre Boulevard between Highway 7 and the IBM road south of Cedarland Drive. North- and southbound traffic can continue to travel along South Town Centre.

York Region Transit is moving the curbside bus stop on Highway 7 East at Courtyard Lane will be moved to the west side of the South Town Centre intersection Friday, November 7.

During Highway 7 rapidway construction, expect delays for:

  • TTC buses operating along the 24 Victoria Park, 68 Warden and 224 Victoria Park North routes; and
  • YRT buses operating along the Viva green, Viva pink, Viva purple, 1 Highway 7, 224B Woodbine, 300 Business express and 302 Unionville express routes.

YRT continues to detour buses operating along the Viva blue, Viva pink, 300 Business express and 302 Unionville express routes, while Cedarland Drive and parts of South Town Centre Boulevard are closed.


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