There will be no subway service on Line 1 between St George and St Andrew stations for ten days from Monday, March 15 to Wednesday, March 24, 2021. Regular subway service will resume at approximately 6 a.m. on Thursday, March 25, 2021. Shuttle buses will replace subways during this time. All shuttle buses are accessible and will operate every 60 seconds or better during the morning rush period to provide safe travel and physical distancing.

Customers are encouraged to use the Yonge side of Line 1 and connect to the affected stations by east-west surface routes.

Museum, St Patrick, Queen’s Park and Osgoode stations will remain closed during this work. All entrances/exits at these stations will be closed, including TTC connections to hospitals.

The TTC is continuing to capitalize on reduced ridership during the COVID-19 pandemic and identifying opportunities to carry out vital state-of-good-repair work with minimal inconvenience to customers. The work, including tunnel lining repairs, asbestos removal, station cleaning, and track remediation, will be undertaken as part of a larger project to eliminate several years’ worth of early access, weekend and platform closures. A similar closure was already completed successfully in December 2020, allowing the TTC to complete more than two years’ worth of work in ten days.

Customers should note that masks or face coverings are mandatory when travelling on the TTC (exemptions apply). More information on how to wear a mask properly.

Map of route diversion