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Brown's Line water-main construction
may delay TTC services, starting May 7

Update — Monday, July 8, 4:45 p.m.: The City is again closing the same section of Brown’s — and the TTC is detouring the buses — from July 8 until 19.

Update — Saturday, June 1, 9:14 a.m.: The City is closing Brown’s south of Evans overnight, starting Sunday, June 2.

Tuesday, May 7, the City of Toronto is starting a project to replace the water main and the City-owned portion of substandard water services

  • on Brown’s Line between Evans Avenue and north of the Canadian National / Metrolinx rail corridor.

This project is part of the City’s 2019 capital works program to renew aging infrastructure, improve water distribution and reduce the risk of the water main breaking.

TTC passengers aboard buses along these routes can expect detours and delays as contractors complete the project:

  • 15 Evans;
  • 110A Islington South via Horner and Brown’s Line;
  • 123B / 123C Sherway; and
  • 315 Evans - Browns Line overnight.

Construction on Brown’s Line and the resulting TTC service changes continue until about December 31.

Crews work in three stages, starting Tuesday, May 7:

  • Stage 1 - until about August 31 - Evans Avenue to Coules Court;
  • Stage 2 - until about December 31 - Coules Court to Dover Drive; and
  • Stage 3 - until about September 30 - Dover Drive to the railway corridor.

The City may close all or parts of the roadway to traffic — significantly impacting TTC services — during all three stages of construction.

Browns Line construction.jpg

Before construction begins, the City’s contractor may perform some “light” construction work, including:

  • marking utility locations on the ground;
  • installing catch-basin filter cloths;
  • installing fencing to protect trees;
  • performing pre-construction photo investigations;
  • saw-cutting parts of the pavement and sidewalk.

The City’s contractor will then:

  • excavate the road and dig a trench to access and install the new water main;
  • replace any City-owned water service pipes that do not meet City standards from the watermain to the private property line;
  • restore all areas affected by construction including the trench in the road.