TTC Track Replacement at Queen & Broadview
This track work is essential to maintain a state of good repair and ensure that streetcars can move safely through the intersection.
I know how frustrating construction can be, so my commitment to you is that I will closely monitor the construction and traffic impacts on the neighbourhood and report all your concerns directly to the TTC for immediate action. I will also be sending weekly updates to let you know how construction is proceeding and what steps are being taken to reduce the impact on the neighbourhood. Yesterday, I met with the TTC and City staff working on site to review the construction plan and ensure that the TTC is committed to taking every necessary step to reduce the impact on local residents and businesses.
I encourage you to support our wonderful local business community in Riverside during construction. The BIA has great promotions at many restaurants and shops, and I know I'll be stopping in to shop local! Ward 30 - Toronto Danforth
TTC Construction Notice & DetailsThe intersection will be closed as of Monday, June 30 and is scheduled to re-open on July 25th. The scope of work includes full track replacement, sidewalk replacement and track replacement at various streetcar stops.
Transit Route DiversionsWhile the intersection will remain open to pedestrians and Queen Street will be open to local traffic, TTC service will be diverting to bypass the closed intersection.
- 501/301 Streetcars will be diverting via: Coxwell to Gerrard St East and proceeding until Parliament which will connect back with Queen St.
- 504 Streetcars will be diverting from Broadview at Dundas St East to Parliament Street and back to King.
- 502 and 503 Streetcars will be replaced with buses
- Replacement buses will be running for the 501, 502, and 503 routes, terminating at Victoria Street to the west. The buses will divert along Dundas St. East between Carlaw and River.
Sharing your Questions & ConcernsThe best way to improve the TTC's work during construction is to get in touch with your feedback and questions. You can contact:
- Diego Sinagoga, Community Liaison at the TTC (416-393-2197 or [email protected])
- Easan Vallipuram, City of Toronto Project Engineer (416-338-5548 or [email protected])