Dundas St. W,and Lansdowne Ave Intersection closed to Oct 5th, expect troubled traffic

TTC Track Intersection Renewal at Dundas Street West and Lansdowne Avenue is closing the intersection.

[st_box title=”24/7 Work Hours:” type=”error”]Work will be done 24 hours 7 days per week with limited down time.[/st_box]

Work on this project will take place 24 hours 7 days a week. The first few days are the most disruptive and involve breaking and removing concrete within the streetcar track areas. Concrete breaking work typically lasts the first 4 to 5 days. The breaking will stop at 11 p.m.

24!’ The work hours will be split between the City’s contractor and TTC track staff working on the new track. The TTC track installation phase of this project will include periods of late evening and overnight work. The overnight rail work by the TTC may consist of moving rail into position, rail installation, rail assembly and rail welding and/or grinding.

Extended work hours by the Contractor and TTC help to support daytime construction, preserve the quality of the new rail and concrete installation, minimize traffic disruption and congestion, and will shorten the project duration in order.

[ms_featurebox style=”1″ title_font_size=”18″ title_color=”#dd3333″ icon_circle=”no” icon_size=”46″ title=”Travel and Movement in the area ” icon=”fa-arrows-alt” alignment=”left” icon_animation_type=”pulse” icon_color=”#dd4242″ icon_background_color=”#eded63″ icon_border_color=”” icon_border_width=”7″ flip_icon=”none” spinning_icon=”yes” icon_image=”” icon_image_width=”0″ icon_image_height=”” link_url=”” link_target=”_blank” link_text=”Read More” link_color=”” content_color=”” content_box_background_color=”” class=”” id=””]College Street will remain open. Through traffic/motorists advised to use: Bloor Street West or Queen Street West, for east-west movement. Roncesvalles Avenue or Ossington Avenue for north-south movement. .[/ms_featurebox]

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