As with all construction projects, there will be noise, dust and other temporary inconveniences.
Public transit, parking, traffic and some pedestrian restrictions will be imposed in and around the work area.
- Full intersection closure: No vehicles will be allowed to pass through the intersection for a three week period during the four week project starting on June 30.
- Partial intersection closure: Traffic along Queen Street will be partially restricted for one week near the tail end of the construction period.
- Reduce Parking: No parking in the active work zone and reduced on-street parking opportunities in the neighbouring areas.
- Increased Traffic and Detours: Expect delays on Broadview Ave and Queen St. E. and increased traffic on side streets
- Sidewalk Replacement: Sidewalks on the north side of Queen Street will need replacing following upgrades to the TTC rails. Existing sidewalk art affected by construction will be reinstated.
- TTC Streetcar Detours: See reverse side.
The project team is working closely with local establishments and other construction sites near the work area to best coordinate driveway access and deliveries. Pedestrian access to businesses and walkways will be maintained on all sides of both streets at all times.
Please Support Your Local Stores During Construction
Work will typically take place from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m., Monday to Friday, and from 9 a.m. to 11 p.m. on weekends. The first few days of concrete breaking and removal at the intersection will continue to 11 p.m. To meet project timelines and the return of streetcars, periods of late evening and overnight work will be conducted during phases of rail installation by the TTC.
TTC Service Changes
During the road closure and construction, TTC streetcars will be diverted around the intersection and a bus service will operate. Details of the changes will be posted at transit stops along the affected routes and on the TTC website (www.ttc.ca) in advance of service changes.
More detailed information on the project schedule, disruptions and transit changes will be provided in a future notice prior to work beginning in June 2014. To sign up to receive email updates, contact Josie Franch at [email protected]
Other TTC Construction - Queen and Leslie Intersection
Along with the work taking place at the Queen and Broadview intersection, work associated with the TTC’s new Leslie Barns, will include new streetcar track installation and major upgrades to the underground utilities/watermain at the intersection of Queen and Leslie. This work is scheduled to take place from May 11 to June 21, 2014. Information and updates to the local community for this project is being provided on a continuous basis by the TTC.
For More Information
The City will post construction notices online as work progresses: www.toronto.ca/improvements
The TTC will post a construction notice with updates, and service updates online: www.ttc.ca
Diego Sinagoga, Community Liaison - track related issues
Customer Service: 416-393-3030 (daily 7 a.m. to 10 p.m., closed holidays) or @TTChelps
TTY Line: 416-481-2523 (daily 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., closed holidays).
Route/Schedules/Fares: 416-393-INFO (4636) or www.ttc.ca.
General Inquiries: 311
City of Toronto Project Engineer