TTC diversions for Scotiabank waterfront marathon and streetcar work
October 15, 2015
TTC service on many routes will be on diversion this Sunday, October 18, during the annual Scotiabank Waterfront Marathon. As well, the 501 Queen, 505 Dundas will be on diversion both Saturday and Sunday for streetcar track work, and the 506 Carlton will be on diversion for most of the day on Sunday.
And a reminder that a portion of Line 1 will be closed for signal work on this weekend between Bloor and Lawrence stations. Visit ttc.ca to find alternate routes.
The marathon will result in significant transit and traffic diversions.
TTC routes affected include:
• 5 Avenue Rd
• 6 Bay
• 22A Coxwell
• 64 Main
• 65 Parliament
• 75 Sherbourne
• 83 Jones
• 92 Woodbine South
• 94 Wellesley
• 300 Bloor-Danforth
• 310 Bathurst
• 320 Yonge
• 501 Queen
• 504 King
• 505 Dundas
• 506 Carlton
• 509 Harbourfront
• 510 Spadina
• 511 Bathurst
• 512 St Clair
• 172 Cherry Street
On Saturday and Sunday, the 501/301 Queen and 505 Dundas streetcars will divert as TTC work crews replace streetcar rails. The 506 Carlton will divert on Sunday only from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
• The 501/301 Queen streetcars will divert via Broadview Ave., Gerrard St. and Cowell Ave.
• The 505 will divert via Broadview Ave, Gerrard St. E. and Parliament St.
• The 506 Carlton will divert via McCaul St., Dundas St. and Parliament St.
A replacement bus service will be provided on all three streetcar routes.
Regular 501 and 505 service resumes on Monday morning at 5 a.m.
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