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Lansdowne Avenue sewer construction:
TTC detours started June 13



Update — Wednesday, November 2, 3:35 p.m.: Construction has ended and buses have resumed their regular route.


Update — Thursday, October 27, 2:01 p.m.: Construction on Lansdowne Avenue and the TTC detours continue until November 15.


Update — Wednesday, September 28, 6:47 p.m.: Construction on Lansdowne Avenue and the TTC detours continue until October 29.


Update — Monday, September 12, 6:39 a.m.: Starting today, Metrolinx construction at Dufferin Street and Queen Street West requires the TTC to further detour the buses.


Update — Tuesday, September 6, 9:04 p.m.: Construction on Lansdowne Avenue and the TTC detours continue until September 30.


The City of Toronto is closing:

  • Lansdowne Avenue, southbound lanes, between Dundas Street West and Rideau Avenue

during a project (.pdf) to replace the watermain and rebuild the roadway.

The TTC is detouring buses operating along this route, while the southbound lanes are closed:

  • 47 Lansdowne.

Construction on Lansdowne Avenue and the detour continue until 6 a.m. September 8 September 30 October 29 November 15 November 2.

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47 Lansdowne

From Monday, June 13 until 6 a.m. Friday, September 8 Friday, September 30 Friday, October 29, Tuesday, November 15 Wednesday, November 2, southbound buses operate along their regular route to Lansdowne Avenue and Dundas Street West, then detour:

southeastward along Dundas West;
southward along Dufferin Street;
(Update — Monday, September 12, 6:39 a.m.) eastward along Peel Avenue;
southward along Gladstone Avenue; and then
westward along Queen Street West to Lansdowne,
resuming their regular route westward along Queen West.

Southbound buses skip their regular stops

  • on Lansdowne Avenue at Rideau Avenue, beside #130 Lansdowne, at Seaforth Avenue and Queen Street West.

Instead, southbound buses drop off or pick up passengers at temporary stops

  • on Dundas Street West at Brock and Sheridan Avenues and Dufferin Street,
  • on Dufferin Street at Gordon Street and across from Alma Avenue and
  • on Queen Street West west of Dufferin Street and at Brock, O’Hara and Lansdowne Avenues.

Northbound buses operate along their regular route.

The TTC is adjusting the schedule to compensate for the longer routing, but, nevertheless it’s providing less frequent service to passengers travelling along the route at all times.

South of St. Clair West, starting Sunday, June 19, buses drop off or pick up passengers at stops:

  • every 22 minutes, instead of every 20 minutes, Sundays and holidays before about 8 a.m.
  • every 11 minutes, instead of every 10 minutes, before from about 8 a.m. until noon;
  • every 10 minutes, instead of every 9 minutes, from about noon until 7 p.m.; and
  • every 11 minutes, instead of every 10 minutes, Sundays and holidays after about 7 p.m.

Starting Monday, June 20, they serve passengers at the stops:

  • every 6 minutes, instead of every 4½ minutes, Mondays to Fridays during morning rush hours;
  • every 9 minutes, instead of every 7½ minutes, from about 9 a.m. until 3 p.m.;
  • every 7½ minutes, instead of every 6½ minutes, during afternoon rush hours; and
  • every 11 minutes, instead of every 10 minutes, from about 7 until 10 p.m.; and
  • every 12 minutes, instead of every 9 minutes, after about 10 p.m.

Starting Saturday, June 25, they serve passengers:

  • every 10 minutes, instead of every 9 minutes, Saturdays before about 7 p.m.;
  • every 11 minutes, instead of every 10 minutes, from about 7 until 10 p.m.; and]
  • every 12 minutes, instead of every 10 minutes, after about 10 p.m.