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Wilson Station upper bus loop construction starts July 4



The TTC is rehabilitating the upper bus loop at Wilson Station.

During this project, crews are completely removing the concrete roadway and waterproofing the structure. To maintain regular transit service, the TTC is building a temporary bus loop in the main parking lot which removes about 230 spots from the lot at 50 Wilson Heights Boulevard. More than 650 parking stalls are still available for passengers driving to the station. More than 1,000 parking stalls are available at nearby Yorkdale Station and more than 600 are at Sheppard West Station.

The station remains open at all times, however, starting Sunday, July 30, passengers riding buses operating along the 29 Dufferin, 104 Faywood and 160 Bathurst North routes must exit or board the buses in the temporary bus loop. Crews are also installing temporary bus shelters to protect you from inclement weather. Customer-service representatives and signs will help direct you between the temporary bus loop and the subway station. You can enter the station through the main entrance on Wilson Avenue.

Crews mostly work Mondays to Fridays from about 7 a.m. until 7 p.m. and, occasionally, weekends to complete the project as quickly as possible.

Construction in the upper bus terminal at Wilson Station continues until December 31.

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Build Toronto, the City of Toronto’s development agency, has determined that about 70 percent of the parking-lot users at Wilson Station commuted from outside of Toronto, with most coming from the Woodbridge and Kleinburg areas of Vaughan. The City and TTC are building 2,800 parking spaces as part of the project to extend the Line 1 Yonge - University subway to Vaughan to accommodate large numbers group of the passengers who usually park at Wilson.

New lots will be available when the subway extension opens this December at Finch West, Pioneer Village and Highway 407 stations.