On schedule: Friday, July 11, 2014

Read the daily “on schedule” posts to find news and other information that affects your daily commute. You’ll learn about public meetings, special events and construction projects that affect transit services today.

Learn about:

  • Short-term construction projects here.
  • Long-term construction projects here.

Special events

Events in Brampton, Kitchener and Markham affect transit services today.


The Brampton event is: Carabram.

The Kitchener events are:

The Markham event is: Night It Up!.


The events affect these routes:

  • Brampton TransitAll routes, Carabram clockwise shuttle (clockwise), Carabram counterclockwise shuttle (counterclockwise).
  • Grand River Transit1 Stanley Park, 4 Glasgow, 6 Bridgeport, 7 Mainline, 8 Fairview Park via Weber / Courtland, 8 Fairview Park via Westmount / East / Franklin, 8 Fairview Park via Westmount / Franklin, 8 University via Courtland / Weber, 8 University via Franklin / East / Westmount, 8 University via Franklin / Westmount, 15 Frederick South, 19 Victoria South, 20 Victoria Hills, 23 Idlewood, 200 iXpress.
  • Night It Up!Shuttle buses.
  • York Region Transit40 Unionville local.

Short-term construction projects


Short-term construction projects affect transit services in the City of Toronto, and Durham, Halton, Peel and York Regions.

City of Toronto

Broadview / Queen

TTC and City of Toronto crews are upgrading streetcar tracks, curves and switches at the intersection.

While the intersection is closed, the TTC is: detouring the 301 Queen overnight, 501 Queen and 504 King routes. It continues to replace streetcars with buses along the 502 Downtowner and 503 Kingston Rd tripper routes Mondays to Fridays before 7 p.m., at all other times of the week during daytime hours and overnight.

It also continues to offer more service to the 31 Greenwood, 72 Pape, 83 Jones and 143 Beach / Downtown express routes during construction.

Read Transit Toronto’s June 26 post for more information.

Detours continue until July 25.

Queens Quay West

The City has closed the street to all eastbound traffic, as contractors start rebuilding the street and moving the streetcar tracks. The TTC has also revised the route of the buses that replace the cars along the 509 Harbourfront route.

Read Transit Toronto’s July 24, 2012 and July 26, 2012 and November 3, 2012 posts for more information.

Construction on the transit portion of the project continues until October 12.


This week, crews are reopening the intersection of Queens Quay West with Rees Street — after rebuilding the TTC streetcar tracks across the intersection.


Crews are also:

  • excavating the last section of the TTC’s streetcar corridor, between west of Lower Spadina Avenue and YoYo Ma Lane.
  • installing overhead cabling to power the streetcars in the Spadina / Queens Quay Loop. Crews are working overnight due to traffic constraints in the area.

Crews are also continuing final track work east of Lower Spadina Avenue:

  • 85 Harbour Street to the Bay Street Portal: Last week, crews finished setting rails to grade before they set them in the second lift of concrete. They’ll now complete the final concrete pour.
  • Shoppers Drug Mart to Peter Slip Bridge: Crews completed installing straight pieces of rails, set them to grade and poured concrete. They’ll plate a small section until they can install rail lubricator pads.
  • Peter Slip Bridge: Work continues as crews grout and waterproof the remaining expansion joints.

The TTC continues to replace streetcars operating along the 509 Harbourfront and 510 Spadina routes with buses during this project.


Read Transit Toronto’s July 7 post for more information.

Leslie Street

Contractors are:


  • continuing to upgrade the water infrastructure south of Queen Street East.
  • read Transit Toronto’s June 5 and June 20 posts for more information about this phase of the project.

  • working on the foundations for poles to support overhead catenary (the wiring that powers streetcars) on sidewalks near Queen Street East and Leslie Street. They’ll work on one corner at a time and occupy a curb lane on Queen Street.
  • read Transit Toronto’s June 26 post for more information.

  • adding streetscaping elements at the intersections of Queen Street East with Curzon Street, Hastings Avenue and Rushbrooke Avenue.
  • read Transit Toronto’s April 11 post for more information about this phase of the project.

  • working to complete streetscaping at the corner of Queen Street East and Hastings Avenue. They’ll be digging up the sidewalk in front of the Leslie Barns Project Community Office at 1258 Queen Street East. Crews will create a pedestrian path in the westbound curb lane of Queen.
  • read Transit Toronto’s July 1 post for more information.

Also:

  • Toronto Hydro crews are blocking one lane in each direction on Commissioners Street about 50 metres (150 feet) west of Leslie Street to upgrade power infrastructure.
  • read Transit Toronto’s June 26 post for more information.
Subway extension to Vaughan — Finch West Station

The TTC is detouring buses operating along the 41 Keele and the 107 C / D / F and 107B branches of the 107 Keele route, as contractors work to restore the roadway at the station site.

Read Transit Toronto’s July 6 post for more information.

Detours continue until August 31.

King Street East

The TTC is detouring streetcars operating along the 503 Kingston Rd tripper and 504 King routes as City of Toronto crews repair the bridge infrastructure east of River Street.

Read Transit Toronto’s September 6, 2013 post for more information.

Construction continues until fall.

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Region of Durham

Audley Road North Ajax

DRT is detouring buses operating along the 224 / 224A / 224D Audley North route during roadway construction.

Read Transit Toronto’s June 9 post for more information.

Construction continues until August 24.

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Region of Halton

Chisholm Street Oakville

Oakville Transit is detouring buses operating along the 17 Kerr route during watermain construction.

Read Transit Toronto’s May 20 post for more information.

Devon Road Oakville

Oakville Transit is detouring buses operating along the 11 Linbrook route during watermain construction.

Read Transit Toronto’s June 25 post for more information.

The detour continues until July 13.

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Region of Peel

Hanlan Water Project — Dixie Road and Lakeshore Road East

Construction restricts traffic lanes on both roads, delaying service along the 5 Dixie and 23 Lakeshore routes.

Read Transit Toronto’s March 7 post for more information.

Bramalea Terminal area

Expect detours and delays for Brampton Transit buses operating along the 1 Queen, 8 Centre, 10 South Industrial, 13 Avondale, 15 Bramalea, 18 Dixie, 20 East Industrial, 40 Central Industrial, 115 Airport express, 205 Mayfield Secondary School high school special, 207 Mayfield Secondary School high school special and 208 Mayfield Secondary School high school special routes and GO Transit buses operating along the 31 Guelph / Georgetown / Toronto, 32 Brampton / Trinity Common / North York, 34 Brampton / Pearson / North York, 35 Brampton / Humber College / North York and 36 Brampton / North York express routes during roadway construction on Team Canada Drive and Knightsbridge Road.

Read Transit Toronto’s May 9 post for more information.

Erin Mills Town Centre Terminal

MiWay has re-arranged the bus stops in the terminal to accommodate construction.

All buses operating along the 13 Glen Erin, 29 / 29A Park Royal, 34 Credit Valley, 41 Thomas, 46 Tenth Line and 49 McDowell routes and northbound buses operating along the 48 Erin Mills route pick up passengers at temporary stops.

Southbound buses operating along the 48 Erin Mills route serve a temporary stop “until further notice”.

Read Transit Toronto’s June 3 post for more information.

Heart Lake Terminal

Brampton Transit buses operating along the 2 Main; 3 McLaughlin; 7 Kennedy; 21 Heart Lake; and 23 Sandalwood routes drop off or pick up passengers on Conestoga Drive, instead of the inside the terminal during roadway construction.

Read Transit Toronto’s July 6 post for more information.

Buses resume service into the terminal Monday, July 21.

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Region of York

Highway 7 East — rapidway construction

Contractors are:


  • closing the southbound curb lane on Warden Avenue from 7 a.m. until 5 p.m. each day between Cedarland Drive and Enterprise Boulevard. Work continues until July 18.
  • closing Cedarland Drive to traffic until the end of August.
  • closing multiple lanes between Warden Avenue and Highway 404. Expect heavy traffic. Work continues until August 15.
  • closing the north-side sidewalk between Town Centre Boulevard and Rodick Road from 9:30 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. each day. Work continues until August 15.
  • closing the southbound curb lane south of Highway 7 and the northbound curb lane north of Highway 7 on Rodick Road from 9:30 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. each day. Work continues until August 15.
  • closing the north- and southbound curb lanes on Fairburn Drive south of Highway 7 from 9:30 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. each day. Work continues until August 8.
  • closing alternating north- or southbound curb lanes on Lunar Crescent north of Highway 7. Work continues until August 15.
  • closing the southbound curb lane on Woodbine Avenue north of Highway 7 and the westbound lane on Highway 7 east of Woodbine continuously. Work continues until August 15.
  • closing the northbound curb lane on Woodbine Avenue south of Highway 7 and the eastbound lane on Highway 7 east of Woodbine from 9:30 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. each day. Work continues until August 15.
  • closing the southbound curb lane on East Valhalla Drive from 9:30 a.m. until 5 p.m. each day. Work continues until August 8.
  • intermittently closing westbound curb lanes on Highway 7 and north- and southbound curb lanes on West Beaver Creek Road from 9:30 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. each day to install “bike boxes” — safety zones for cyclists. Work continues until July 14.
  • intermittently closing east- and westbound curb lanes on Highway 7 and north- and southbound curb lanes on Leslie Street from 9:30 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. each day to install “bike boxes” — safety zones for cyclists. Work continues until July 14.
  • intermittently closing east- and westbound curb lanes between Leslie Street and Saddlecreek Drive from 9:30 a.m. until 5 p.m. each day. Work continues until July 14.
  • intermittently closing eastbound curb lanes on Highway 7 and north- and southbound curb lanes on Saddlecreek Drive from 9:30 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. each day to install “bike boxes” — safety zones for cyclists. Work continues until July 14.
South Town Centre Boulevard rapidway
  • the work closes southbound curb and median lanes on South Town Centre Boulevard between Highway 7 and Clegg Road, from 9:30 a.m. until 3:30p.m. each day, reducing traffic to one lane in each direction.
  • at South Town Centre and Clegg, South Town Centre provides just one lane in each direction for traffic; contractors have closed the east- and westbound curb lanes on Clegg Road to work on the intersection from 7 a.m. until 5 p.m. each day. (This will be a long-term closure.)

York Region Transit is detouring buses operating along the Viva blue, Viva pink, 300 Business express and 302 Unionville express routes, while the street is closed.

Davis Drive rapidway

Contractors are:


  • installing curbs in two sections along Davis. They’ll start working on the north side between Bethel Church and Vincent Street. They’ll then work on the south side between Southlake Regional Health Center and Roxborough Road.
  • read Transit Toronto’s July 1 post for more information.
  • work continues until today.

  • extending the south side of the culvert under Davis near Niagara Street, Mondays to Fridays from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m. each day. At times, they may need to work weekends.
  • read Transit Toronto’s February 17 post for more information.
  • work continues until July 15.

  • closing Superior Street north of Davis
  • read Transit Toronto’s June 28 post for more information.
  • work continues until July 16.

  • working on underground telecommunications on Prospect Street. They’ll restrict traffic around the work area to just one lane in each direction and on-street parking will not be available.
  • the Prospect Street entrance to Southlake Regional Health Centre remains open. Crews will block the west sidewalk in front of #22 Prospect, when they’re working in that area. Please use the east sidewalk on Prospect.
  • read Transit Toronto’s June 28 post for more information.
  • work continues until July 18.

  • closing George Street north of Davis Drive.
  • read Transit Toronto’s July 1 post for more information.
  • Work continues until July 22.

  • widening the roadway on the south side of Davis between Main and Niagara Streets. They’re temporarily blocking the Davis Drive entrance to Wimpy’s Diner as they work across it. Road crews are also working on the north side of Davis from Barbara Road to George Street.
  • read Transit Toronto’s June 28 post for more information.
  • work continues for the long term.

  • reducing traffic lanes between Main and Yonge Streets to prepare for upcoming work. They’ve set up multiple lane shifts and closures to relocate or replace hydro, gas, phone and cable lines and storm-drains, water-mains and sewers.
  • read Transit Toronto’s March 16, 2013 post for more information.
  • Work continues until the end of the project.

  • shifting traffic lanes and reducing Davis between the Tannery Mall and Main Street to just one lane in each direction in the area. Expect major traffic delays.
  • read Transit Toronto’s May 9 post for more information.
  • Work continues until the end of the project.

GO Transit and York Region Transit are closing the stop for eastbound buses on the south side of Davis Drive at Superior Street until further notice. Board or exit buses at Main Street South.

Read Transit Toronto’s May 2 post for more information.

Westbound buses on Davis at Vincent Street continue to serve passengers at a temporary stop on the northeast corner.

  • read Transit Toronto’s July 1 post for more information.

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Highway 7 West rapidway

Contractors are:


  • shifting and narrowing traffic lanes on Highway 7 West between Commerce Street and east of Edgeley Boulevard.
  • while removing the median, they’ll temporarily block east- and westbound centre lanes. Expect construction-related noise from equipment and trucks and traffic delays due to lane restrictions.
  • read Transit Toronto’s July 1 post for more information.
  • work continues until today.

  • reducing traffic lanes at Costa Road and Highway 7 to install underground storm sewer pipes and drains across Costa Road, temporarily reducing alternating south- and northbound traffic lanes on Costa at Highway 7. They’ll maintain two-way traffic at all times; however they may reduce right-turn lanes during the work.
  • Read Transit Toronto’s July 8 post for more information.
  • construction continues until July 15.

  • blocking the eastbound curb lane along Highway 7 between Keele Street and Hillside Avenue, as they dig an open trench to encase a ductbank — telecommunications wires — underground and rebuild underground maintenance holes.
  • read Transit Toronto’s June 6 post for more information.
  • work continues until July 18.

  • completing geotechnical testing between Helen Street and Edgeley Boulevard and between Bowes Road and Yonge Street, including parts of Centre Street and Bathurst Street.
  • from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m. each day, boring sample holes at various locations. They’ll fill in each hole before they move to the next location.
  • from 9:30 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. each day, temporarily blocking traffic lanes along Highway 7, Centre and Bathurst Streets as they move along the corridor.
  • Read Transit Toronto’s May 14 post for more information.
  • Work continues until July 18

  • closing the westbound curb lane on Highway 7 from the Canadian National Railway Bridge to Costa Road to build retaining walls.
  • read Transit Toronto’s June 6 post for more information.
  • work continues until August 1.

  • shifting, reducing and narrowing traffic lanes between Jane Street and a point east of the Canadian National Railways bridge to accommodate various work activities for the upcoming construction.
  • Read Transit Toronto’s May 5 post for more information.
  • work continues until October

  • relocating hydro poles between the bridge carrying the highway over the Canadian National Railway tracks and Bowes Road / Baldwin Avenue further back from the roadway. From 7 a.m. until 7 p.m. each day, they’re installing new wooden poles, temporarily blocking east- and westbound curb lanes.
  • Expect delays for York Region Transit buses operating along the 77 Highway 7 route.
  • Read Transit Toronto’s May 8 post for more information.
  • Work continues until October.
Main Street North Markham

Construction has ended and TTC buses operating along the 102D Markham Rd route have resumed regular service.

Yonge Street rapidway

Crews are surveying sites in Richmond Hill and Newmarket to prepare for upcoming project construction.

They’ll work from 8 a.m. until 4 p.m.:

  • between north of Davis Drive and just south of Sawmill Valley Drive [Newmarket];
  • between north of Gamble Road and Trayborn Drive [Richmond Hill]; and
  • between Major Mackenzie Drive and Garden Avenue [Richmond Hill].

Read Transit Toronto’s June 10 post for more information.

Work continues until September 12.

Harrison Drive Newmarket

York Region Transit is detouring buses operating along the 44 Bristol route during roadway construction.

Read Transit Toronto’s July 6 post for more information.

The detour continues until August 5.


Long-term construction projects


Long-term construction projects affect transit services in the City of Toronto, Durham, Halton and Peel Regions and elsewhere in the Greater Golden Horseshoe.

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City of Toronto

Union Station

GO Transit continues upgrading the train shed and other railway infrastructure.

Read Transit Toronto’s January 10, 2010 post for more information.

Work continues until 2015.

GO is restricting access between Platform 26-27 and the Great Hall, Front Street and the GO Concourse and you may have to use another route within the station to get to and from trains, while contractors set up a crane. The work blocks access for about six weeks, while the crane remains until the end of the project in 2015.


The TTC is adding a second platform to Union subway station. Construction reduces Bay Street and Front Street West to just one lane in each direction.

The TTC is detouring buses operating along the 6 Bay, 172 Cherry St, 97B Yonge and 320 Yonge overnight routes while the street is blocked.

Read Transit Toronto’s May 29, 2011 post for more information.

Construction restricts pedestrian access between the train station and the subway station.

Read Transit Toronto’s February 10 and March 10 posts for information about the pedestrian access.

Starting October 16, 2012, the City is closing Front Street West east of Bay Street. The TTC is further detouring buses operating along the 72A Pape via Commissioners route.

Read Transit Toronto’s October 15, 2012 post for more information.


The City of Toronto is renovating and restoring the building, installing new retail space and building a new connection from the station to the underground PATH pedestrian network.


Construction has closed platforms #3 and #4. Board trains operating along the 01 Lakeshore West, 09 Lakeshore East, 31 Kitchener, 61 Richmond Hill and 71 Stouffville lines from different platforms than usual.

Read Transit Toronto’s June 3, 2013 post for more information about the temporary platform arrangements.

Platform construction continues until May.


GO has closed the pedestrian bridge linking Union Station and the GO bus terminal until July.

Read Transit Toronto’s July 6, 2013 post for more information about the bridge closure.

Subway extension to Vaughan — York University Station

Brampton Transit, GO Transit, the TTC and York Region Transit are detouring buses around the site of the future subway station at the east end of the Harry W. Arthurs Commons.

Read Transit Toronto’s July 16, 2011 post for more information about the detours.


Crews are now working seven days a week from 5:30 a.m. until 11 p.m.

Read Transit Toronto’s May 26 post for more information.

Longer work hours continue until August 29.

Subway extension to Vaughan — Pioneer Village Station

Work on the subway project restricts traffic to just two lanes in each direction between Murray Ross Parkway and Founders Road, as contractors relocate underground utilities.

Read Transit Toronto’s April 6, 2012 post for more information.


The work also blocks the sidewalk on the the south side of Steeles Avenue West between Murray Ross Parkway and Founders Road until April 2013.

Read Transit Toronto’s September 26, 2012 post for more information about sidewalk construction.


The work also blocks lanes of traffic between Northwest Gate and Founders Road until April.

Read Transit Toronto’s October 8, 2012 post for more information.

Eglinton - Scarborough Crosstown LRT

Contractors are:

  • building parts of the station headwalls at the future Caledonia station, restricting traffic on Eglinton Avenue West from east of Gabian Way to west of Croham Road.
  • building parts of the station headwalls at the future Keele station, restricting traffic on Eglinton Avenue West between Municipal Drive / Bicknell Avenue and the eastern leg of Keele Street.
  • Passengers riding buses operating along the 32 Eglinton West route should expect delays and the TTC may also relocate bus stops.
  • Read Transit Toronto’s April 10, 2013 post for more information.

  • blocking curb lanes and sidewalks in both directions between William R. Allen Road and Yonge Street to install ground-movement monitoring equipment. Read Transit Toronto’s February 13, 2013 post for more information.

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Eglinton - Crosstown LRT — Oakwood Station

Contractors are blocking the intersection of Eglinton Avenue West and Oakwood Avenue to northbound traffic.

The TTC is cancelling service along the 90A branch of the 90 Vaughan route during construction.

Read Transit Toronto’s January 4 post for more information.

Eglinton - Crosstown LRT — Chaplin Station

Construction blocks part of the intersection of Eglinton Avenue West and Chaplin Crescent and northbound lanes on Chaplin.

Contractors are restricting traffic to just one lane in each direction between Spadina Road and Heddington Avenue.

The TTC is detouring buses operating along the 14 Glencairn and 33 Forest Hill routes, while the intersection is blocked. Detours continue until fall.

Read Transit Toronto’s June 4 post for more information.

Dufferin Street

The TTC is detouring southbound buses operating along the 29 Dufferin and 329 Dufferin overnight during road and watermain construction.

Read Transit Toronto’s April 4 post for more information.

Construction continues until November.

Yonge subway — north of Eglinton Station

The TTC continues its long-term project to upgrade the tunnel liners north of Eglinton Station after 12:30 a.m. every morning except Sunday mornings.

Frequent accessible buses operate between Finch and Eglinton Stations until about 1:30 a.m., stopping in each subway station bus terminal.

Read Transit Toronto’s June 18, 2008 post for more information.

Construction continues until 2015.

Church Street Weston

The TTC is detouring buses operating along the 59 Maple Leaf route while part of Church Street is closed. Buses operate counterclockwise only around a wide loop through Weston, as Metrolinx contractors continue the next phase of the Weston Tunnel project.

Read Transit Toronto’s November 17, 2013 post for more information.

Construction continues until summer.

Leslie Street

The TTC continues its project to install tracks connecting Queen Street East with the future Leslie Barns streetcar storage and maintenance facility. The City of Toronto is also upgrading the water-mains and roadway.

The City of Toronto has closed Leslie Street south of Eastern Avenue to all traffic.

The TTC’s detouring buses operating along the 83 Jones route.

Read Transit Toronto’s March 6 post for more information.

Also read the short-term construction projects section of this post for more information about the project.

Gardiner Expressway

The City of Toronto is reducing traffic lanes at various locations along the expressway to complete three major construction projects, all part of the City’s Gardiner Expressway strategic rehabilitation project.

City contractors will continue to block lanes on the expressway until December 2016, although the City will fully open all lanes temporarily in summer 2015 during the PanAm / Para PanAm Games.

During this time, GO Transit is warning passengers that starting Monday, **April 28, GO buses serving the 16 Hamilton / Toronto express, 21 Milton / Toronto and 31 Guelph / Georgetown / Toronto routes may regularly operate as much as 30 minutes behind schedule, especially during rush hours.

Read Transit Toronto’s March 26 post for more information.

St. Clair / Old Weston Road

Some work continues to block southbound buses operating along the 41 Keele route from making right turns from Old Weston Road to St. Clair Avenue West.

Read Transit Toronto’s December 22, 2009 post for more information.

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Region of Durham

Ajax GO Station — platform restrictions

GO is closing the east half of the platform and the east pedestrian tunnel. At the same time, it’s reopening the west end of the platform and the new west pedestrian tunnel connecting the platform to the parking structure.

You can only board and exit the westernmost coaches of the train as GO staff keep the four east-end coaches closed, when trains arrive in Ajax.

Read Transit Toronto’s September 22, 2013 post for more information.

South Blair Street Whitby

The Town of Whitby is closing South Blair Street as Metrolinx contractors start building an overpass across the GO Transit tracks. The bridge will facilitate the movement of GO trains into and out of the future east maintenance facility.

DRT is detouring buses operating along the 922 Bloor - Victoria route, while the road is closed.

Read Transit Toronto’s February 10 post for more information.

Oshawa Centre

Construction to expand the mall restricts bus access to and from the Oshawa Centre terminal. Durham Region Transit is detouring buses operating along the 402 King, 405 / 405B Central Park and 408 Stevenson routes during the construction.

Read Transit Toronto’s March 3 post for more information.

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Region of Halton

Burlington GO Station

GO is upgrading the station building and facilities. It’s closing the south station building and the south bus loop.

Burlington Transit is detouring buses operating along the 1 Plains, 2 Brant, 6 Headon Forest, 10 New / Maple, 21 Fairview and 101Express routes. GO Transit is detouring buses operating along the 12 Niagara Falls / Burlington, 15 McMaster and 18 Lakeshore West routes.

Read Transit Toronto’s November 26, 2012 post for more information.


It’s also building a new covered pedestrian walkway. It’s closing off a section of the north end of the parking lot closest to the station building, placing the motorcycle parking spaces out of service and relocating the barrier-free spaces to the area of the parking lot just south of the passenger drop-off and pick-up area — the “kiss ‘n’ ride”.

Read Transit Toronto’s June 14, 2013 post for more information.

Construction on the covered walkway continues until March.

Main Street Milton overpass

The Town is restricting traffic to just one lane in each direction during construction of an overpass across the railway tracks east of Ontario Street.

The work may delay passengers traveling on GO Transit buses operating along the 21 Milton / Toronto and 27 Milton / North York routes and Milton Transit buses operating along the 1 Steeles / Martin, 2 Main and 5 Yates routes.

Read Transit Toronto’s April 12, 2012 post for more information.

Pinedale Drive Burlington

Burlington Transit is detouring operating along the 4 Central, 40A Pinedale / Hampton Heath and 40B Hampton Heath / Pinedale routes during watermain construction. It’s also operating temporary Dial-a-Ride service to replace regular transit service along Pinedale.

Read Transit Toronto’s June 25 post for more information.

Detours continue until December.

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Region of Peel

Mississauga Transitway

The City of Mississauga continues to work on its project to build a bus rapid transit line through central Mississauga.


Construction delays traffic on Eglinton Avenue East, so MiWay is detouring buses operating along the 7 Airport, 35 / 35A Eglinton and 87 Meadowvale - Skymark routes.

Read Transit Toronto’s June 1, 2013 post for more information.


Construction also blocks Spectrum Way north of Eglinton Avenue East.

MiWay is detouring MiLocal buses operating along the 7 Airport route and adjusting service for MiExpress buses operating along the 107 Malton express route during construction related to the Mississauga Transitway.

Read Transit Toronto’s April 10 post for more information.

Hanlan water project

Construction on Lakeshore Road delays MiWay service along the 23 Lakeshore route.

Read Transit Toronto’s July 29, 2013 post for more information.

Countryside Drive Brampton

The City of Brampton has closed the street between Moldovan Drive and Torbram Road North during road and sewer construction

Brampton Transit is detouring buses operating along the 14 Torbram route during this phase of the project. Buses operating along the 12 Grenoble route have resumed regular service.

Read Transit Toronto’s June 6 post for more information.

Construction and detours continue until November 28.

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Region of York

Subway extension to Vaughan — Vaughan Metropolitan Centre Station

Subway construction blocks traffic lanes between Interchange Way / Edgeley Boulevard and Jane Street, near the site of the future Vaughan Metropolitan Centre Station.

YRT passengers riding buses operating along the 77 Highway 7 / Centre route and Brampton Transit passengers riding buses operating along the 501 Züm Queen route should expect detours or delays.

Read Transit Toronto’s January 14, 2012 post for more information.

Markham Stouffville Hospital

YRT is detouring buses operating along the 9 Ninth Line and 18 Bur Oak routes during long-term construction at the hospital.

Read Transit Toronto’s November 25, 2010 post for more information.

Main Street South Markham

The TTC is detouring buses operating along the 102D Markham Rd. route during bridge reconstruction.

Read Transit Toronto’s June 26 post for more information.

Construction continues until December 31.

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