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"Six Points" construction continues,
affecting TTC passengers at Kipling Station



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After more than ten years of planning, consulting, engineering and designing, the City of Toronto has started Phase 2 of a major construction project to redesign, rebuild and simplify the “Six Points” intersection in central Etobicoke — the complex junction where Bloor and Dundas Streets West meet Kipling Avenue.

Starting Monday, April 2, work on the project requires the TTC to temporarily close the passenger pick-up and drop-off area (the PPUDO or, more poetically, “the kiss ‘n’ ride”) on St. Albans Road beside the station.

The St. Albans entrance remains open for passengers. You can also use the West PPUDO at the main station entrance.

The St. Albans “kiss ‘n’ ride” remains closed until April 30.

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