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No subway service, Pape to St George,
October 10, 11


TTC crews are replacing cables, upgrading sections of the power rail and performing other work along the 2 Bloor - Danforth subway line under the Prince Edward Viaduct (between Broadview and Castle Frank stations) this Saturday, October 10 and Sunday, October 11. The TTC’s work this weekend will allow City of Toronto contractors to continue structural work on the viaduct early next year.

The TTC is also replacing subway trains with buses between Pape and St. George Stations all day Saturday and Sunday to allow crews to work under the bridge on or near the TTC tracks.

At the east end of the 2 Bloor - Danforth subway line, trains only drop off or pick up passengers at stations between Kennedy and Pape Stations. At the west end, trains only serve stations between Kipling and St. George Stations.

Frequent, accessible buses link Pape and St. George Stations. Buses serve platforms inside the terminals at Pape and St. George Stations. They drop off or pick up passengers at temporary stops on Danforth Avenue at or near Chester and Broadview Avenues and on Bloor Streets East and West at or near Castle Frank Road and Sherbourne, Yonge and Bay Streets. Chester, Sherbourne and Bay stations will be closed. All other stations between Pape and St George remain open so that passengers can buy tickets, tokens and other fare media or connect with buses and streetcars.

The TTC is also operating extra WheelTrans buses between the two stations for passengers requiring wheelchairs or other mobility devices.

Regular subway service resumes Thanksgiving, Monday, October 13.