Torontonians headed to Halloween events downtown on Saturday could have a scary commute as the TTC suspends service on the university side of Downtown Route 1.
The TTC announced there will be no subway service between St. George and St. Andrew stations on the Young University Line on Saturday due to track construction.
“Shuttle buses will not be operating due to construction along University Avenue and anticipated traffic congestion, which may result in significant delays for customers,” a news release issued by the TTC this week said. There is.
“Instead, the TTC is increasing service on surface routes downtown.”
University-side students board the 510 Spadina Streetcar at Spadina Station and transfer to eastbound streetcars and alternate buses that connect at College Street, Dundas Street, Queen Street, and King Street.
On the Yonge side of Line 1, you can connect to westbound routes at Wellesley, College, Queen, or King stations.
The TTC says Museum Station, Queen’s Park Station and St. Patrick Station will be closed, but all other subway stations will remain open for customers to load their PRESTO cards and connect to above-ground lines.
We will resume normal operations from Sunday.
Subway service is scheduled to begin at 10 a.m. Sunday on Line 2 between St. George and Broadview stations to accommodate beam replacement work on the Prince Edward Viaduct, the TTC said.
The shuttle buses will stop at stations along the route, and the TTC said staff will escort customers to the shuttle pick-up and drop-off points.
Sherborne station will be closed, but all other tube stations will remain open.