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TTC upgrading west parking lot at Finch Station, starting August 21



Monday, August 21, TTC contractors start a project to upgrade the west commuter lot at Finch Station. The construction project temporarily reduces the number of parking spaces available to commuters.

To decrease the impact on parking, crews are working on the project in stages. During each stage, the work zone occupies as many as 500 of the 1,600 parking spots. However, the other 1,100 spaces in the west lot and all 1,675 spots in the east commuter lot remain available.

Monday, August 28, crews block the Yonge Street entrance into the lot until early 2018 or until about March 31. Use the Hendon Avenue entrance. The Hendon Avenue entrance access gates will be in the “open” position during construction, so you can quickly enter and exit the lot. A later phase of the project requires crews to close the Hendon Avenue entrance — but not until after the Yonge Street access has reopened.

The Toronto Parking Authority (“Green P”) is installing temporary “pay and display” parking meters during this stage of construction to reduce congestion at the Hendon Avenue exit.

While crews work in the west commuter lot, they are:

  • resurfacing the lot;
  • improving the drainage systems;
  • improving the lighting system by installing light-emitting diode (LED) energy-efficient lights; and
  • increasing the number of accessible parking spaces.

The TTC finished a project to upgrade the east commuter lot earlier this summer.

Construction in the west commuter lot at Finch Station continues until September 30, 2018.