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March 29, 2001
Reconstruction work to take place along Queen Street West
  
The City of Toronto, in conjunction with the Toronto Transit Commission, will
be reconstructing the road, sidewalks and streetcar tracks along Queen Street
from Dufferin Street to Roncesvalles Avenue beginning April 2 and continuing
through June, 2001.

The work will take place in four zones along Queen Street: from Dufferin Street
to West Lodge Avenue (April 2 to 12), West Lodge Avenue to Lansdowne Avenue
(April 17 to 20), Lansdowne Avenue to Jameson Avenue (April 23 to 25) and
Jameson Avenue to Roncesvalles Avenue (April 17 to May 30).

For the duration of the project, westbound traffic will be closed along Queen
Street. Eastbound traffic will be maintained, but there will be some closures
from West Lodge Avenue to Jameson Avenue when work is being done at that
location.

When the work is being performed, parking will not be permitted on Queen Street.

Pedestrian access will be maintained at all times during construction. For
more information about the project, log on to the Web site at: http://www.city .toronto.on.ca/involved/trans/queenttc.htm.

The work will result in a number of changes to TTC routes. Changes to TTC
services will be posted on TTC routes and on the TTC's Web site at http://www.ttc.ca. Up-to-date
service details are also available by calling the TTC information line at
416-393-INFO (416-393-4636).

Water service upgrades are currently taking place prior to the track and
reconstruction work along Queen Street. Water services from Roncesvalles Avenue
to Sorauren Avenue will be completed by April 17. From April 17 to mid-May, the
area from Noble Street to Sorauren Avenue will be upgraded.


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