Due to the onset of colder weather, the road resurfacing work in the Baby Point Area and intersection improvements at Kennedy Park Road and Margdon Road will be deferred to Spring 2020. Please take notice of the contact information in the notices below, should you have any questions.19ECS-TI-12LR - Deferral - Baby Point Area-Ward 4
19ECS-TI-12LR - Deferral - Kennedy Park-ward 4
The reconstruction of the Colborne Lodge staircase at High Park will commence this Friday, November 15th. The stairs will be converted from the existing wooden staircase to a new metal staircase.
To accommodate this process, Colborne Lodge Drive will be periodically closed.
Signs will be posted throughout the park regarding the project and the road closure.
Feel free to contact us if you have any questions at 416-392-7919 or email@example.com .
As part of the TTC’s commitment to provide accessible transit, construction is underway at Runnymede to install new elevators. Runnymede Station is scheduled to become accessible at the end of 2020. Construction has been progressing and I would like to provide you with an update on the next phase of work. Here is an overview of construction activities to expect over the coming months:Runnymede Station- Construction Update -Bus Roadway Closed Fall 2019_FINAL
Metrolinx will be working on the bridge at Parkside Drive and Colborne Lodge and lane closures will be in effect. From September 2019 to December 2019, Parkside Drive and Colborne Lodge will be closed to one lane in each direction. These lanes will be closed directly under Parkside Drive and Colborne Lodge rail bridge.
Travel delays are expected with construction. If you have any questions for Metrolinx, they can be contacted at 416-202-6500 or TorontoWest@Metrolinx.com.
Our office is available for any questions or concerns at 416-392-7919 or firstname.lastname@example.org .2019-09-04 Parkside lane closure_FINAL
2019-09-05 Colborne Lodge lane closure_FINAL
TTC will be conducting station improvements to Jane Station starting May 8 for a few months. Work will include rehabilitating sections of bus roadway and platforms, repairs to station finishes such as terrazzo tiles and concrete floor repairs, and some wall repairs. The majority of the work will be completed during daytime hours with the exception of activities that can only be conducted when the station is closed (such as inside floor work)
Temporary changes to bus boarding locations:
- 35 Jane and 935 Jane Express will pick-up customers on Jane Street in front of the station, and drop-off customers at bus bay 1.
- 26 Dupont and 55 Warren Park buses will pick-up customers on Jane Street north of the station, and drop off customers at the north-west corner of Bloor and Jane.
- 26 Dupont and 55 Warren Park buses will also operate to Old Mill Station via Bloor Street West.
Please see attached notice for more information:
TTC Notice - Jane Station - station improvements - May 2019
As part of TTC’s state of good repair program, roof rehabilitation work will be done at Dundas West station. The station will remain open and transit service will be maintained. The project is scheduled to be completed by the end of Summer 2019.TTC Notice - Dundas West Station roof rehab - March 2019
Watermain Replacement on Springhurst Avenue from Spencer Avenue to Dufferin Street is expected to start from January 2019. Below is the pre-construction notice as well as an important fact sheet on lead in drinking water.
The Runnymede and Keele Station Easier Access Construction Updates Open House was held on Tuesday, December 11, 2018. The TTC held an open house to discuss the elevator construction plans at Runnymede and Keele stations. The TTC’s Easier Access Program makes subway stations accessible.
The presentation below was shared at the open house and provides more details.
This work is a part of broader project where Metrolinx is rehabilitating/replacing 6 century-old rail bridges over the course of 9 weekends. Please see below for more details.
This work is part of a broader project where Metrolinx is rehabilitating/replacing 6 century-old rail bridges over the course of 9 weekends. Please see below for what to expect.