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TTC Subway Closures: 6 Stations On Line 1 Affected (Sept. 28-29)

September 27, 2019

03:30 AM

It's almost October. The weather is cooling down. Plus, there are subway closures this weekend that could affect your commute so stay informed.

Here’s what you need to know:


What's Closed

There will be no subway service on Line 1 between Sheppard-Yonge and St Clair stations on Sat. Sept 28 and Sunday, Sept. 29, for installation of Automatic Train Control signalling system.

How To Navigate The Service Disruptions

Shuttle buses will operate. Wheel-Trans service will be available for customers requiring accessible service within the closure area. Customers may request the service from any TTC employee.

How To Pay

If you’re paying with PRESTO during the subway closure just tap your card when you first board the TTC.

If you are transferring from the subway to a shuttle bus or from a shuttle bus to the subway, don’t tap your PRESTO card again. Unlike normal subway to bus transfers, shuttle buses do not need a second tap.

Cash and token fares will still be accepted on the shuttle bus, which will get you a transfer onto the subway (and vice versa).

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