Queen's Park and St. Patrick stations - station finishes renewal program

Effective  until further notice 

What we are doing and why

TTC is continuing to update the finishes at Queen’s Park  and St. Patrick stations. In spring 2021, TTC successfully completed work to relocate lighting and surveillance systems, and remove asbestos above the plaster ceiling over track and platform level (type 3 work). Since Fall 2022, TTC has been completing the remaining abatement work at Queen’s Park and St. Patrick Stations.


Work details

Remaining wall finish panels, and temporary lighting supports at platform level are being removed and disposed. New wall finish panels, ceiling, lighting, and surveillance system are being installed along with cosmetic upgrades.


Work hours and noise

The Queen’s Park and St. Patrick Station Finishes program will take place in phases over the next two years with work starting in Fall 2022. The abatement work will be conducted behind hoarding or during non-operating hours, and will take place behind dust-tight hoarding with the required abatement enclosure. The project team will be working with the contractor to ensure safe operations while the abatement enclosure is in use. The TTC Safety and Environment Unit will provide oversight for all abatement enclosures and work activities as required throughout construction.


Transit service changes

TTC service will continue to operate as per usual during abatement work activities. Further details will be provided when they become available.


For further information:

Emily Huang, Community Liaison, 416-473-1056, emily.huang@ttc.ca.

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