Pathway and plaza restoration work that began on Friday, Sept. 30, will continue on York Boulevard from the Kaneff Tower to York Lanes. To facilitate the restoration work, TTC buses will temporarily suspend passenger drop-off immediately in front of the Kaneff Tower.
The full TYSSE Notice is available here on the TTC website. The notice has a map showing the detours.
TTC buses will be dropping customers in a reduced drop-off area to the west, immediately in front of York Lanes, as well as a new drop-off area east of Ian Macdonald Boulevard on York Boulevard North. Passengers are asked to follow the directional signs and use the alternate route when exiting buses east of Ian Macdonald Boulevard.
There will be no pedestrian access on York Boulevard from Ian Macdonald Boulevard to the east end of York Lanes. Pedestrians within the colonnade in front of York Lanes will be able to exit via the east end doors to the newly restored path that connects to the Kaneff Tower main entrance.
Pedestrian Safety and Routing
Traffic control personnel will be on campus to facilitate the safe movement of pedestrian, transit and vehicular traffic around the construction work areas.
TTC Bus Unloading Area Temporarily Moved
TC transit bus stops remain the same. TTC buses will be temporarily dropping customers off east of Ian Macdonald Boulevard on York Boulevard. The temporary TTC bus unloading and layover area will be in use until approximately Friday, Nov. 4. Pedestrians that are dropped off east of Ian MacDonald Boulevard are asked to use the pedestrian pathway.
For more Toronto-York Spadina Subway Extension (TYSSE) construction information, contact:
Construction Information Line: 1-800-223-6192
TTY Hearing Impaired Service: 416-481-2523 (Daily 8 a.m. – 5 p.m., closed statutory holidays