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Dupont Station upgrade project:
Work starts September 8



Update — Wednesday, July 12, 2017, 6:42 a.m.: Construction is ending on the north side of Dupont Street. Crews start relocating overhead utilities on the south side of the street, Monday, July 17, 2017. They’ll also start working to install elevators 1 and 3 on the south-east corner of Dupont and Spadina Road.


Update — Saturday, March 5, 2016, 5:29 a.m.: Crews start working on elevator 2 on the northwest corner of Dupont Street and Spadina Road Monday, **March 14. During this part of the project, they’ll block traffic lanes in the northwest corner of the intersection for about one year, or until March 2017. This work includes excavating the elevator shaft in the City of Toronto’s right-of-way.


Update — Friday, January 15, 2016, 4:15 p.m.: Work starts on phase two of the project mid-January, 2016 and continues until late spring. During phase two, crews relocate overhead utilities.


Starting Tuesday, September 8, a contractor is working on Dupont Street just west of Spadina Road to relocate some underground utilities. This work helps the TTC get ready for its upcoming project to improve accessibility at Dupont Station. At the end of the project, the station will be accessible for all passengers.

The TTC expects this early phase of the project to require about four weeks — or until October 9 — to complete. After this phase, other contractors will relocate more utilities at the intersection. The TTC is planning for contractors to complete all utility work by the end of 2015.

  • Through-traffic and TTC bus service continue to operate during this work, although crews may block south- and westbound traffic lanes.
  • The City of Toronto is temporarily restricting east-to-north left turns from 7 a.m. until 11 p.m. each day.
  • The work blocks the north-south pedestrian crossing on the west side of the intersection. Pedestrians must cross on the east side. A “paid-duty” Toronto Police Service officer will be on-site to help direct traffic and pedestrians during working hours.

Work generally takes place from 7 a.m. until 11 p.m. so that crews can complete the work as quickly as possible.

The TTC is maintaining service along the 26 Dupont and 127 Davenport bus routes through the intersection during the work. The TTC may relocate bus stops to a nearby location, when necessary.