Toronto Alerts and TTC Subway Service Late Opening on July 28, 2013

This video presents “Mayor Ford unveils ‘red curb’ pilot project in Toronto.”

Toronto Alerts

  • Above, a lane will be named Designers Walk Lane in Toronto.
    Above, a lane will be named Designers Walk Lane in Toronto.
  • A Lane Will Be Named Designers Walk in Toronto, July 24, 12 Noon

    • Councillor Adam Vaughan (Ward 20 Trinity-Spadina) will join community members at a lane-naming ceremony to honour the interior and fashion-design industry that has thrived in the Toronto neighbourhood for many years.
    • Tomorrow at noon a lane will be named Designers Walk Lane in the Bedford Road/Davenport Road area.

Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) Alerts

  • Late Opening of Subway Service for a Portion of the Bloor-Danforth Line on July 28

    • Due to the work of replacing the Bloor viaduct beam, subway service at the following stations will begin at 12:00 pm:
      • Bay,
      • Bloor-Yonge,
      • Sherbourne,
      • Castle Frank,
      • Broadview, and
      • Chester.
    • Before 12:00 pm, certain trains will be affected as follows.
      • Eastbound trains from Kipling Station will turn back west at St George Station.
      • Westbound trains from Kennedy Station will turn back east at Pape Station.
    • Accessible shuttle buses will provide service between St George Station and Pape Station; stopping at the following locations:
      • Bloor Street at Bay Street,
      • Yonge Street,
      • Sherbourne Street,
      • Castle Frank Road,
      • Danforth Avenue at Broadview Avenue, and
      • Chester Avenue.
    • For an accessible subway connection, buses will also be provided between St George Station and Main Street Station.

Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) Contact Info

  • Information on fares, routes, schedules and service.
    • 416-393-4636 (INFO)

    • Recorded information available 24 hours daily.

    • Operator-assisted service is available from 8:00am to 6:00pm daily, except statutory holidays.

    • TTY Hearing Impaired Service, 416-481-2523, Daily, 8:00am-6:00pm; except statutory holidays.

  • Main Switchboard
    • 416-393-4000

    • Monday to Friday, 8:30am to 4:30pm

City of Toronto Contact Info

Phone within Toronto city limits: 311.

Phone outside city limits: 416-392-CITY (2489)
(can be used within Toronto if you can’t reach 311).

TTY customers: 416-338-0TTY (0889)
Fax: 416-338-0685

If your matter is urgent, please call them. They are open 24/7.

Toronto, Ontario, Canada


July 23, 2013

New painted curbs to help motorists park legally in Toronto

The City of Toronto is painting selected street curbs with red paint to show motorists where parking is prohibited. This pilot project is intended to help motorists park legally, enhance traffic flow and improve safety conditions for pedestrians.

“Sometimes on-street parking signage is not clear to motorists, or they choose to ignore these regulations,” said Mayor Rob Ford. “We are confident that this initiative will make it easier for drivers to determine where they can and cannot park.”

Nine sites have been identified for the project, including University Avenue north of Armoury Street, University Avenue south of Armoury Street, Spadina Avenue near Dundas Street West, John Street north of Wellington Street West, two locations on Armoury Street, St. Clair Avenue and Dufferin Street, Town Centre Court near the Scarborough Civic Centre and North York Boulevard east of Beecroft Road.

Motorists parked within the painted curb area will be ticketed.

Some of the curbs selected for the pilot project are near crosswalks, transit stops and fire hydrants. These areas have been targeted in order to improve traffic flow, provide safety and visibility for pedestrians and provide better access to fire hydrants for emergency response.

City of Toronto staff will monitor each of the sites on a regular basis and the program will be evaluated over a six to eight-month period.

Toronto is Canada’s largest city and sixth largest government, and home to a diverse population of about 2.8 million people. Toronto’s government is dedicated to delivering customer service excellence, creating a transparent and accountable government, reducing the size and cost of government and building a transportation city. For information on non-emergency City services and programs, Toronto residents, businesses and visitors can dial 311, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.


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