Bloor Danforth Line Closed from St. George to Pape

English: An entrance to the TTC's St. George S...

English: An entrance to the TTC’s St. George Station, looking south down St. George Street (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

The Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) is shutting down a portion of its Bloor-Danforth Line between St. George station and Pape station.  The shut down is to allow the TTC to repair tracks between St. George and Pape stations.  The shut down affects service on November 5th and 6th, 2016.

The TTC will be operating shuttle buses between St. George and Pape stations.  With the exceptions of Bay and Chester stations, all stations along the affect portion of the route will remain open.

Shuttle buses will pick up and drop off passengers in the bus bays at St. George and Pape stations, and then travel along Bloor St. and Danforth Ave.  They will pick up and drop off passengers at the closest intersections to each station.

Wheel-Trans will operate vehicles between St. George and Pape stations as well.  Supervisors will be on site to assist passengers who need help accessing Wheel-Trans vehicles.

Passengers are reminded that travel times may be longer than normal.  Regular service resumes Monday morning, November 7th.

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