Starting December 7th and for the remainder of December 2011, the pedestrian sidewalk located east of the Seymour Schulich Building and adjacent to the subway construction site on James Gillies Street will be closed. For more information, please click here for a PDF.
On Saturday December 3rd and Sunday December 4th, 2011, there will be a single lane restriction eastbound on York Boulevard, starting east ofJames Gillies Street for work crews to install new hydro cables. This work will also include intermittent traffic stoppages at the intersection of York Boulevard and James Gillies Street for periods of a […]
Similar to last week’s update, work continues on the compensation grout shaft site on the east side of the Schulich School of Business. The current activity is in preparation to test the compensation grouting system on a small site on the eastside of James Gillies St., and will not affect the Schulich building. For more […]
Work continues on the compensation grout shaft site on the east side of the Schulich School of Business. The current activity is in preparation to test the compensation grouting system on a small site on the east side of James Gillies St,. and will not affect the Schulich building. For more detailed information, click here
As of Monday, 14 November 2011, construction work will resume at the York University Station site located between the York Blvd. and the York Research Tower / Archives of Ontario Building. This follows an extensive due diligence review by the TTC, its contractors, and subcontractors. For more detailed information, click here for a PDF.
Effective tomorrow morning, Thursday, 10 November 2011 the south arm of York Blvd. from James Gillies St. to Ian Macdonald Blvd. will reopen to transit vehicles. As well, the pick-up / drop off location for all University Shuttles, including the GO Train Shuttle, the Keele-Glendon Shuttle, and the Village Shuttles, will return to the area in […]
On November 4, 2011, the TTC’s contractor intends to remobilize on the York University Station site to begin preparing the site for the resumption of subway construction. The preparations are necessary prior to the restartof caisson drilling operations on this site. The site preparations will include general grading and clean up of the site, and soil testing, as […]
Work will be undertaken by TTC contractors this weekend to remove a portion of the damaged caisson drilling rig from the TYSSE accident site adjacent to the Schulich School of Business. Commencing tomorrow morning, Saturday, 29 October 2011, two large mobile cranes will be brought to the site via the closed portion of York Blvd. […]
Starting Tuesday September 13th there will be intermittent lane restrictions southbound on James Gillies St. for approximately two weeks to allow for standing and loading of dump trucks close to the construction site. For more detailed information and a graphic image, click here for PDF.
The new Toronto – York Spadina Subway Extension Project information Centre in York Lanes will be opening Wednesday September 14th as part of York’s Transportation Fair. Drop by that day between 10:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. when TYSSE staff will be at the Centre to answer your questions about the subway construction. For more detailed information click here for a […]