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TTC repairing bus roadway at Davisville Station; some buses serve passengers at street-side stops, starting September 5



Starting Tuesday, September 5, the TTC is closing the west bus roadway at Davisville Station to accommodate remedial construction work for the driveway project it completed in 2019. Crews are:

  • chipping and removing a section of the concrete;
  • placing new concrete; and
  • waterproofing.

Crews mostly work Mondays to Fridays from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m. For safety, the crews also work overnight work at the start of the project to close the bus roadway and at the end of the project to re-open the bus roadway. The TTC has scheduled the first overnight work for 2 a.m. Tuesday, September 5.

The project affects buses that usually drop off or pick up passengers in the Davisville Station bus terminal.

  • 11 Bayview: Buses serve passengers in the terminal.
  • 14 Glencairn: Buses serve passengers at a stop on Chaplin Crescent west of Yonge Street beside Davisville Station. The TTC interlines the buses with the 28 Bayview South route during the project. That means that, after stopping on the street, eastbound buses along route 14 cross Yonge, then complete a round trip along route 28 before returning to the station area. They then continue westbound along route 14.
  • 28 Bayview South: Buses serve passengers at a stop on Davisville Avenue east of Yonge Street. The TTC interlines the buses with the 14 Glencairn route during the project. That means that, after stopping on the street near the station, northbound buses along route 28 then complete a round trip along route 14 before returning to the station area. They then continue southbound along route 28.
  • 97 Yonge: South- and northbound buses serve passengers in the terminal.

Construction at Davisville Station and the resulting TTC service changes continue for “six weeks”, meaning as late as until October 24.

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