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Subway opens late, April 8:
Broadview to St George



Update — Saturday, April 7, 9:25 a.m.: The City has postponed the work due to inclement weather. TTC Line 2 subway trains operate with regular service hours Sunday, April 8.


St_George_to_Broadvi.jpgThe TTC is delaying the start of service along the Line 2 Bloor - Danforth subway between Broadview and St George stations this Sunday, April 8 due City of Toronto bridge work under the Prince Edward Viaduct. All Line 2 trains operate between Kennedy and Broadview stations and between Kipling and St George stations before noon that day. (TTC crews will also maintain the subway tracks that morning.)

It’s replacing subway service with shuttle buses between the two stations. The shuttle buses start and end their trips in the bus terminals at Broadview and St George Stations, then operate along Danforth Avenue, the Prince Edward Viaduct and Bloor Streets East and West. They drop off or pick up passengers at the intersections nearest to subway stations:

  • at Castle Frank Road, Sherbourne, Yonge and Bay Streets.

Sherbourne and Bay stations are closed throughout the morning but all other stations remain open so that passengers can buy fares or transfer to buses and streetcars.

The City is prohibiting parking on Prince Arthur Avenue between St George Street and Bedford Avenue that morning to help make sure that buses can operate safely along the street near St George Station

If you need accessible transportation, Wheel-Trans buses also operate between Broadview and St George stations. You can ask for the Wheel-Trans bus by speaking with a supervisor at these stations.


Shuttle-bus alternatives

One way that you can reduce the impact of the closure is by planning ahead, leaving earlier than usually and giving yourself more time to get to where you’re going.

Although shuttle buses replacing subway service will be frequent, they may also be crowded.

Regular TTC buses and streetcars provide less frequent, less direct, but, perhaps, less stressful alternatives. Consider boarding, buses or streetcars east or west of the closure to by-pass the crowds, if you’re traveling to and from downtown.

  • ride streetcars operating along the 504 King route at Broadview or Dundas West stations. Connect with the 1 Yonge - University line at St Andrew or King stations.
  • ride buses operating along the 505 Dundas route at Broadview or Dundas West station. Connect with the 1 Yonge - University line at St Patrick or Dundas stations.
  • ride streetcars operating along the 506 Carlton route at Main Street Station. Connect with the 1 Yonge - University line at Queen’s Park or College stations.
  • ride buses operating along the 94 Wellesley route at Ossington Station. Connect with the 1 Yonge - University line at Wellesley Station.

The TTC closes this part of the Line 2 subway several more times this year:

  • Sunday, May 27 — Broadview to St George — opens late.
  • Sunday, June 10 — Broadview to St George — opens late.
  • Sunday, July 8 — Broadview to St George — opens late.
  • Sunday, July 22 — Broadview to St George — opens late.
  • Sunday, September 9 — Broadview to St George — opens late.
  • Sunday, September 23 — Broadview to St George — opens late.