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TTC subway closures in Toronto for 2015

TTC subway closures have become a regular weekend event in 2015, with major shutdowns scheduled at least once a month. Now, as the year draws to a close, these closures will be an almost weekly occurrence as there are four major shutdowns scheduled over the next five weeks.

There will be a reprieve for much of December, but November weekends are going to be a bit of a mess if you rely on the TTC. There will of course be shuttles operating to cover the various closures, but it's best to be prepared well in advance to navigate the service interruptions.

Here's a list of remaining TTC subway closures for 2015.

November 7 to 8
Line 2 Bloor-Danforth - Keele to St George weekend closure from November 7 to 8 due to track work. No subway service on Line 2 between Keele and St George stations.

November 14
Line 1 Yonge-University - St George to St Clair West subway closure on November 14 due to track work. No subway service on Line 1 between St George and St Clair West stations.

November 21 to 22
Line 2 Bloor-Danforth - Keele to St George weekend closure from November 21 to 22 due to track work. No subway service on Line 2 between Keele and St George stations.

December 5 to 6
Line 2 Bloor-Danforth - Keele to St George weekend closure from December 5 to 6 due to track work. No subway service on Line 2 between Keele and St George stations.

Ongoing
Line 1 Yonge-University - Eglinton to Finch early closures. Train service ends early from Sunday to Friday between Eglinton and Finch stations.

Check out the TTC's website for further information about subway closures and other service delays.

Photo by Kim Yokota in the blogTO Flickr pool.


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