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November 2, 2005
Bathurst Street closures for TTC track reconstruction
A series of road and partial intersection closures will take place over the
next couple of weeks to accommodate TTC track reconstruction on Bathurst Street.

Intersection at Bloor and Bathurst Streets

The intersection at Bloor Street and Bathurst Street will be partially closed
from Friday, November 4 at 6 a.m. until Monday, November 7 at 7 a.m.

One lane of southbound traffic will be open during the construction work and
traffic traveling eastbound on Bloor Street will be able to make a right hand
turn and proceed south on Bathurst Street. No other traffic will be able to
travel through the intersection during this construction period.

During the closure, motorists are encouraged to use alternate east/west routes
such as Dupont Street or College Street and north/south routes including
Spadina Avenue or Ossington Avenue.

Bathurst Street - between Bloor Street and Barton Avenue

Bathurst Street, from Bloor Street to Barton Avenue, will be closed on November
7 at 9:30 a.m. for approximately two weeks.

During the closure, London Street, between Markham Street and Bathurst Street,
will be temporarily converted into a two-way street to allow local traffic
access to properties on London Street. Access to properties south of Barton
Avenue will be provided where possible.

Spadina Avenue or Ossington Avenue are alternate routes. Motorists are advised
to allow for additional time to arrive at their destination when traveling in
this area.

There will be a number of changes to TTC routes during the closure. For
information about route changes, visit the TTC's Web site at

Media contact:
Steve Johnston
Sr. Communications Co-ordinator



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