Transit Toronto is sponsored by bus tracker and next vehicle arrivals. TransSee features include vehicle tracking by route or fleet number, schedule adherence, off route vehicles and more advanced features. Works on all mobile devices and on any browser.
Supports Toronto area agencies TTC, GO trains, MiWay, YRT, HSR and GRT, as well as NY MTA, LA metro, SF MUNI, Boston MBTA, and (new) Barrie.

TTC repairing tracks at Carlton / Church,
starting April 23

Update, Tuesday, April 17, 9:21 p.m.: The TTC has postponed the project until April 23.

Starting Tuesday, April 17 Monday, April 23, TTC crews are repairing the concrete beside and between the streetcar tracks on Carlton Street west of Church Street to maintain them in a state of good repair.

Since the TTC is temporarily operating buses, instead of streetcars, along the 306 Carlton overnight and 506 Carlton routes, the project doesn’t require it to detour transit vehicles. However, passengers should expect delays.

The City of Toronto is prohibiting on-street parking to allow the crew to create a safe work zone, while they occupy the track area. The work zones restrict traffic to just one lane in each direction.

The crews mostly work from 9 a.m. until 7 p.m. each day, but may also work overnight to maintain the construction timeline and reduce disrupting the public, especially when they pour concrete.

By 7 a.m. April 17 23, the crews establish the work zone to block traffic from the centre lanes of the street. Inside the work zone, they’ll mill and break old concrete and place new concrete. Motorists can only travel along the curb lanes for one day after the crews have placed the new concrete to allow it to cure.

Concrete repairs on Carlton Street west of Church Street continue until April 19 25.