Trains will bypass Pape Station while the TTC doubles down on its renovation efforts.
The TTC announced earlier today that Pape Station will be closed for about two weeks, starting on June 15 and ending on the 26th. The amazing thing about this is that it’s happening, in a sense, by popular demand. The TTC used an online poll to determine the the public’s preferred schedule of closures while workers put the finishing touches on a long-delayed, four-year effort to modernize the station. This, the option that will arguably create the most short-term pain for riders, was the winner.
Throughout the closure, trains won’t stop at Pape, and buses that normally stop there will be diverted to nearby stations.
The TTC has said that closing the station for 12 straight days will allow it to finish most of the renovations by September, whereas not closing the station would have caused the construction to continue until December. The online poll also gave riders the option of having the station closed on six consecutive weekends.
The TTC has more details about the closure in its press release.