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No subway service, Keele to St George,
December 5 and 6

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The TTC is closing the 2 Bloor - Danforth subway line between Keele and St George stations this weekend, Saturday, December 5 and Sunday, December 6.

All trains along the line operate between Kipling and Keele stations and between Kennedy and St George stations only.

Frequent buses replace subway trains between Keele and St George stations. The TTC says the buses “stop at all stations” between Keele and St George — likely in the bus terminals at Keele and St George Stations and on Bloor Street West near Dundas West, Lansdowne, Dufferin, Ossington, Christie, Bathurst and Spadina Stations. Christie Station is closed to passengers, but all other stations are open so that passengers can buy tickets, tokens and passes or connect with buses and streetcars.

For passengers needing a station with an elevator, Wheel-Trans buses operate between Jane and St George stations, on request, stopping at all stations. You can ask for the Wheel-Trans bus by speaking with a supervisor at Jane or St. George Stations.

While this section of the line is closed, crews are replacing track switches near Ossington and Christie stations.

According to a TTC news release, “Maintaining subway infrastructure in a state-of-good-repair is critical to ensuring a safe, reliable transit system. While the TTC does much of its maintenance work on the subway at the conclusion of service each night, it will continue to require weekend closures to improve infrastructure and signals, including installing the automatic train control system. One weekend of work during a subway closure equals about five weeks of nightly work.”

Regular subway service resumes 6 a.m., Monday, December 7.

The TTC has already closed this section of the subway three times this fall:

This is the final weekend this year that the TTC plans to close any part of the subway system. It has not scheduled any more closures until March.

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