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Weekend closures affect subway service
Shuttle buses running between Bloor-Yonge and St. Andrew
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Whether you're in your car or taking transit, it could be a little challenging to get downtown this weekend.

Line 1 (Yonge-University-Spadina) is closed once again between Bloor-Yonge and St. Andrew station.

Shuttle buses will be running. Customers can also use the 6 Bay or 94 Wellesley buses as well as the 506 Carlon, 505 Dundas, 501 Queen or 504 King streetcars as alternatives.

Union station is also closed this weekend for construction.

Full subway service will resume Monday morning.

These closures will be in place again on April 5 and 6.

This is one of many subway closures we've seen in the last few months. The TTC is replacing its signal system.

Here's a video explaining what a signal system does.

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Whether you're in your car or taking transit, it could be a little challenging to get downtown this weekend.

Line 1 (Yonge-University-Spadina) is closed once again between Bloor-Yonge and St. Andrew station.

Shuttle buses will be running. Customers can also use the 6 Bay or 94 Wellesley buses as well as the 506 Carlon, 505 Dundas, 501 Queen or 504 King streetcars as alternatives.

Union station is also closed this weekend for construction.

Full subway service will resume Monday morning.

These closures will be in place again on April 5 and 6.

This is one of many subway closures we've seen in the last few months. The TTC is replacing its signal system.

Here's a video explaining what a signal system does.

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