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TTC upgrading Castle Frank Station,
starting August 17



Starting Monday, August 17, the TTC is upgrading areas of Castle Frank Station to maintain it in a state of good repair. Crews will work on part of the bus roadway and various areas inside the station.

They’re working on the bus roadway in phases to maintain regular bus service through the station terminal during the project. To make sure buses operate safely through the work zone, crews will temporarily modify a small section of the centre island within the bus loop and some prune one tree. After construction ends, they’ll restore the centre island to its current condition.

At street level, crews are:

  • upgrading the south-east part of the bus roadway;
  • removing the top and bottom concrete layers of the roadway to seal and waterproof the station structure below.
  • upgrading underground utilities, such as sewers and catch basins, in the work area.
  • placing a new layer of concrete afterwards to form the top layer of the bus roadway.

Construction trucks operate to and from the work area along Bloor Street East.

Inside the station, crews are:

  • sealing and repairing cracks and replacing some station finishes.
  • securing these work areas to separate the them from passengers and make sure they can safely move through the station.

Work at street level takes place during regular daytime hours. Work inside the station may take place “around-the-clock”, whenever necessary.

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