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Humber Loop reopens



The TTC has announced that it has completed most construction at Humber Loop, so streetcars and buses have returned to the terminal for the first time since Sunday, January 8, 2017.

Until Saturday, June 23:

  • Streetcars again operate along the 301 Queen overnight and 501 Queen route between Humber and Neville Park loops.
  • Buses continue to operate along the 301L / 501L Queen / Long Branch shuttle route between Long Branch Loop and The Queensway at Windermere Avenue.
  • Buses operating along the 66A Prince Edward route again operate into Humber Loop, dropping off or picking up passengers at all times of the week, except overnight.
  • Buses along the 80B Queensway route again operate into Humber Loop, dropping off or picking up passengers Mondays to Fridays and Saturdays before about 10 p.m. and all day Sundays and holidays.

Passengers can transfer between buses and streetcars along the 301 and 501 routes on The Queensway at Windermere or Ellis Avenues.

Starting Sunday, June 24, streetcars resume along Lake Shore Boulevard West between Long Branch and Humber Loops and the TTC cancels the 301L / 501L Queen / Long Branch shuttle route.

TTC contractors continue to replace the roof of the Humber Loop building, but regular transit service operates, while crews work on this last phase of the project.