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City replacing water-mains on Jarvis,
delaying TTC buses, starting July 9



Update — Wednesday, January 30, 2019, 10:17 p.m.: Water-main construction has ended. Crews return in the spring to resurface the roadway.


Update — Thursday, October 18, 3:13 p.m.: During construction, the City identified an opportunity to include larger water services that would extend farther into property lines to improve the quality of water service along Jarvis Street. As a result of revising the scope of work, the City is extending the end date for the project to Sunday, December 30.


Starting Monday, July 9, the City of Toronto is replacing two water-mains that are both more than 100 years old and rebuilding the roadway on

  • Jarvis Street between Dundas and Queen Streets East.

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The work zone restricts traffic to just one lane in each direction.

This project will improve water service in the local area by replacing the two vintage water-mains with a new, larger one and bring the road to a state of good repair.

Crews mostly work Mondays to Fridays from 7 a.m. until 11 p.m. Occasionally, they’ll work weekends and overnight, if necessary, to maintain the project schedule.

TTC passengers aboard buses along this route should expect delays:

  • 141 Downtown / Mount Pleasant express.

(Updated — Wednesday, January 30, 2019, 10:17 p.m.) (Updated — Thursday, October 18, 3:13 p.m.) Water-main and roadway construction on Jarvis Street and the resulting TTC delays continue until October 31 December 30 January 30, 2019.