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A portion of Line 1 will be shut down for the weekend, while Line 3 will get a late start on Sunday.
Signal upgrades and track work are once again behind the shutdown on Line 1.
Section of Line 1 will be closed for signal upgrades and track work.
Portion of Yonge-University-Spadina line will be closed so that the TTC can get ready for the opening of Union's second platform.
Flooding at St. Clair West Station causes service disruption during morning rush hour.
Expect delays and detours if you're planning to drive or take the TTC.
New development vision could bring hundreds of dollars to the transit system's coffers—and close a couple of stations.
Signal work will shut down the subway between Bloor and St. Andrew stations from March 22 to 23.
A first-year university student created a TTC train simulator that puts you in the virtual driver's seat.
There'll be no subways running between Union and St. Andrew stations February 8– 9.
Construction at Union Station will lead to a suspension of subway service until January 13.
Morning, you. In the news: Metrolinx says Toronto's on its own if it wants a Scarborough subway, the City and Toronto police are planning to crack down on alcohol consumption in Trinity Bellwoods Park, an Ontario judge ruled that documents connected to Project Traveller must be revealed to media lawyers on August 27, and Toronto Public Health released a report suggesting Toronto consider opening safe-injection sites.
The designers of a planned subway station for Riyadh, Saudi Arabia want to bring some green to the desert.
The TTC is still working on upgrading its signal system, and you know what that means.
Signal work is going to be messing up subway service throughout March.
A video art project enables ordinary people to unburden themselves to transit riders.
Happy Friday, you! You totally earned this. And so: despite yesterday's defeat, Rob Ford doggedly insists he'll fight for subways to the death—or at the very least till the next election; a strike or lockout deadline looms for the city's largest union; Air Canada workers go on a wildcat strike at Pearson airport; and Catholic students are sent home for wearing shorts (and also khakis).
Residents gathered to learn about Toronto's options for public-transit expansion, but did they hear the whole truth?