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Dundas West / Ossington: TTC repairing concrete, January 9 to 11



TTC track-maintenance crews are working to address areas of deteriorated concrete across the streetcar network, while the winter weather is mild and still favourable.

Wednesday, January 9, a track crew starts repairing the concrete for a section of track

  • on Dundas Street West, just west of Ossington Avenue.

The crews are breaking the asphalt and concrete and placing new concrete to return the area to a state of good repair for all road users. They work only in the track area — the centre lanes of the roadway.

They establish a work zone about 9 a.m. Wednesday, January 9. They break the concrete from 9:30 a.m. until 9 p.m. They remove the broken concrete until 10 p.m. Overnight from midnight until 5 a.m. Thursday, January 10, they place new concrete.

The concrete requires curing time before the crews can remove the work zone and traffic can again fully use the road by 5 a.m. Friday, January 11.

The work zone restricts traffic to just one lane in each direction. The City of Toronto is restricting on-street parking in the area so that crews may work safely. It may also restrict left turns.

Since the TTC is currently operating buses along the 505 Dundas route, repairing the concrete does not disrupt transit service. However, passengers may expect delays.