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TTC relocating bus platforms at Wilson Station, opening temporary terminal, July 30

Earlier this month, TTC contractors started a project to rehabilitate the upper bus loop at Wilson Station.

Crews are completely removing the concrete roadway and waterproofing the structure. To maintain regular transit service, the TTC has built a temporary bus loop in the main parking lot at 50 Wilson Heights Boulevard.

Starting Sunday, July 30, buses operating along these routes pick up and drop off passengers in the temporary terminal:

  • 29 Dufferin;
  • 104 Faywood; and
  • 160 Bathurst North.

Crews have also installed 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.

Also starting July 30, buses operating along other routes that also usually serve passengers in the upper-level bus terminal, pick up and drop off passengers in the lower-level terminal, instead. The buses follow a revised path to access the lower level, but continue to serve all regular on-street stops along these routes:

  • 96 Wilson (westbound);
  • 118 Thistle Down;
  • 119 Torbarrie;
  • 165 Weston Rd North (westbound); and
  • 186 Wilson rocket (westbound).

The TTC is also relocating the stop in the lower-level terminal for buses operating along this route:

  • 120 Calvington.

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