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Changes to TTC services to accommodate construction and improve service

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Beginning on Sunday On June 18 the Toronto Transit Commission TTC will introduce new schedules to accommodate essential construction

Beginning on Sunday, On June 18, the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) will introduce new schedules to accommodate essential construction, align service with demand from riders, increase seasonal access to key city attractions, and improve reliability.

Among the changes being made are:

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To better align with Toronto Zoo operating hours, weekend subway service on Line 1 Yonge-University 200 Toronto Zoo seasonal service will run every 20 minutes from 8:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. 201 Bluffer’s Park seasonal weekday service will begin on Monday, 202 Cherry Beach will be extended into the late evening on Sundays and holidays to better serve events in the Cherry Beach area. 203 High Park seasonal service will be reintroduced in the mornings and afternoons on weekends and holidays to accommodate increased summer ridership, with buses arriving every 20 minutes. A new bus route, the 184 Ancaster Park, will run between Wilson Station and the Ancaster neighborhood, matching capacity to demand and replacing the 120 Calvington along Maniza Rd., will operate approximately every 20 minutes from Rd. Powell, Rd. Ancaster, Gilley Rd. also Garratt Boulevard

Also starting on Sunday, The TTC bus and streetcar service will be affected on June 18 by a number of construction projects in the east end of the city. The TTC is putting in a lot of effort to make sure that customers have as many options as possible for safely getting to and from their destinations.

There won’t be any 504/304 King or 505 Dundas services between Sumach St. and Broadview Station or at Broadview Station. From Pape Station, passengers can connect with a 504 King streetcar by taking the 72A Pape to King Street East and Parliament Street. Pape Station will be reached by the 304 King bus.

From Pape Station, 72A Pape will extend to King Street East and Parliament Street. For those who travel frequently between King Street, Parliament Street, and Pape Station, service will be enhanced along this route.

From Broadview Station, the 100 Flemington Park will deviate to Pape Station, where it will continue south to King and Parliament.

Broadview Station will continue to be served by the 8 Broadview, 62 Mortimer, and 87 Cosburn.

Through O’Connor Drive and St. Clair Avenue, the 8 Broadview route will also be extended to Warden Station. E., taking the place of the 70C Coxwell route.

The 22 bus service in Coxwell will be temporarily halted. The 31 Greenwood, which currently operates between Coxwell Station and Coxwell Avenue, will be extended. and the 31 Greenwood’s Queen Street service will be enhanced.

The 322 Coxwell Blue Night transport will briefly redirect through Danforth Ave., Avenue Greenwood, what’s more, Sovereign St. E.

506C Carlton substitution transports will reroute by means of Greenwood Ave., Ave. Danforth, Coxwell Avenue, on the street, serving the Greenwood and Coxwell stations.

Coxwell Avenue will not receive any service. between Queen Street East and Upper Gerrard Street East, as well as on Gerrard Street East between Greenwood Avenue. coxwell avenue

Until September 2023, the bus/streetcar loop at Main Street Station will be closed for significant structural rehabilitation work.

Customers can get information about the upcoming changes and alternative routes from TTC employees at the Broadview, Pape, Main Street, and Coxwell stations.

Additionally, the TTC will continue to monitor service in real time and provide additional unscheduled vehicles across all modes to fill service gaps whenever and wherever possible.

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