There will be no subway service on Line 1 between Bloor and Osgoode stations on March 14, and between Union and St Andrew stations, only, on March 15, as the Toronto Transit Commission continues signal upgrade and track work, as well as work on the Union Station second platform.
On Saturday, during the suspension of service between Bloor and Osgoode stations, shuttle buses will run between Rosedale and Osgoode stations, but will not stop at Union Station due to construction on Front St. To reach Union Station, customers must walk from King or St. Andrew stations or take the 6 Bay bus. Customers can also use the 504 King or 505 Dundas streetcars to get downtown. Both streetcar routes run between Broadview and Dundas West stations on Line 2.
On Sunday, during the suspension of service between Union and St Andrew stations, customers heading to Union Station will need to use the Yonge portion of Line 1 as all trains on the Yonge line will terminate southbound at Union Station. All trains on the University portion of Line 1 will terminate southbound at St. Andrew Station. Customers can take the 506 Carlton, 505 Dundas, 501 Queen or 504 King streetcar services to connect between subway lines.
Wheel-Trans vehicles will be available for customers who require accessible transit. Customers can speak with any uniformed TTC employee to make use of this service.
Regular subway service will resume on Mon., March 16 at 6 a.m.