This page includes information about construction projects which impact customer travel directly. For information about major construction projects, please visit projects.ttc.ca.
Learn about when and why TTC needs to complete overnight construction to keep transit moving.
Learn about the causes of subway noise and vibration and TTC’s work to address it.
Bus stop construction will take up to a week, pending location, site and weather conditions.
Scheduled for completion in 2021
May 29, 2019 to February 2020
April 2017 to early 2019
Upcoming preliminary investigative work / utility locating
Starting as early as March 27, 2019
Lane reductions at Spadina Road and Dupont Street until the end of the project
June 3 to December 2019
May 13 to mid-November 2019
Starting April 29 for approximately 10 weeks
August 2017 to December 2019
Starting as early as July 23, 2018
May 1 to late June 2019
May 8 to November 2019
May 1, 2017 until approximately 2021
June 11 to 14, 2019
Reduced parking and access changes at Kipling Station
Elevator construction in Green P Car Park 81 begins June 2019 until end of 2021
Mid-April 2019 to Mid-January 2020
Starting as early as March 4, 2019
Starting May 20, 2019
Starting week of February 19, 2019
Starting February 25, 2019
March 27 to June 2019
Starting April 15 - in advance of City/TTC track replacement project on McCaul Street
Starting September 30, 2017 and onwards - 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Ongoing through spring and summer 2019
Ongoing testing along approved Relief Line South alignment
April 2, 2018 to Spring 2020
Construction from late 2018 to late 2020
Continuing as early as February 4, 2019
Warden Station PPUDO/taxi entrance and traffic impacts
Ongoing overnight work required for safety
Bus loop closed as of April 1, 2018 for elevator shaft construction
Starting as early as November 7, 2018
Additional commuter parking available at Spadina Subway Extension stations and Yorkdale Station
Questions about construction advisories?
7 a.m.- 10 p.m., except statutory holidays.
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