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TTC repairing tracks on Erindale Avenue,
starting August 20



Before the TTC can resume streetcar service into Broadview Station terminal, track crews are replacing worn rail

  • on Erindale Avenue east of Broadview Avenue

starting Monday, August 20 to maintain it in a state of good repair. The project involves the curve section at the Erindale Avenue exit from Broadview Station.

During the day, TTC track crews will be saw-cutting and excavating the section of curve track area on Erindale Avenue. They’ll also install, weld and grind new rail. They’ll pour and cure the concrete “around the clock” to preserve the integrity and quality of new rail and concrete.

Crews will set up a safe work zone on the south curb lane and tracks on Erindale. Local traffic and TTC buses will operate along the north curb lane between Broadview and the Toronto Parking Authority lot. “Paid-duty” Toronto Police Service officers will direct traffic.

The work zone also blocks Erindale Avenue from through traffic. Motorists can reach the parking lot and the nearby homes on Erindale from Ellerbeck Avenue.

Track repairs on Erindale Avenue — the last phase of the TTC / City of Toronto project to upgrade streetcar infrastructure on Broadview Avenue — continue for “one week”, or until August 26.

Streetcars return to Broadview Station (and Erindale Avenue) along the 304 King overnight and 504 King routes Sunday, September 2.