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Subway opens late, January 20:
Osgoode to Bloor


The TTC is opening the Line 1 Yonge - University subway between Osgoode and Bloor Stations later than usually, Sunday, January 20. Before noon that day, Line 1 subway trains operate only between Vaughan Metropolitan Centre and Osgoode stations and between Finch and Bloor stations.

Shuttle buses operate to partially replace subway service. They stop on the street near each station along the closed section of the line. Wellesley Station is also closed to passengers until noon, but all other stations remain open so you can buy fares.

You can also ride Wheel-Trans accessible service from any station in the closure area. Speak with any TTC staff member to ask for Wheel-Trans.

Since Wednesday, January 9, passengers have been experiencing longer than normal travel times on the southbound portion of Line 1 between Eglinton West and King stations, as crews upgrade the tracks between Union and King stations. Crews will complete most of the track work to to lift the restricted speed zone during the closure on Sunday morning.

The TTC expects service to return to normal later next week.

The transit agency has previously closed some of this part of the subway once before this year:

Although the TTC has not yet announced its schedule of weekend subway closures for 2019, it is planning to close this same section of Line 1 at least twice more this year:

  • Saturday, February 2 and and Sunday, February 3 - St Clair West to Union; and
  • Saturday, February 23 and Sunday, February 24 - St Clair West to Union.