In May 2022, the Downtown Construction Hub was launched to conduct logistical planning of the right-of-way, review Construction Management Plans, connect travellers with real-time information, collaborate with enforcement officers and communicate impacts and changes to businesses and communities in the neighbourhood.

College Street

College Street, from Bay Street to Spadina Avenue, is reduced to one lane in each direction for catch-basin reconstruction and cycle track construction. Learn more about College Street Upgrades.

Queens Park

Queens Park south of Bloor Street West is reduced to one lane in each direction for the TTC’s Easier Access Project work at Museum Station.

Queen Street

Queen Street, from Bay Street to Yonge Street, has reduced lanes for utility works.

Adelaide Street

Adelaide Street, from Bay Street to Victoria Street, is reduced to one shared lane for watermain replacement. Learn more about Adelaide Street Construction.

Richmond Street

Richmond Street, from Parliament Street to Sherbourne Street, has reduced lanes for service connections and pavement restoration.

University Avenue

University Avenue north of Queen Street has reduced lanes and weekend northbound closures for watermain relocation.

Bay Street

Bay Street, from King Street to Adelaide Street, has a closed southbound curb lane for emergency hydro work.

City-led Infrastructure Projects

TTC Easier Access Program

Transit Expansion Project

Ontario Line

Downtown Construction Hub borders are Bloor Street, Jarvis Street, King Street West and University Avenue
The boundaries of the Downtown Construction Hub are Bloor Street to the north, Jarvis Street to the east, King Street West to the south, and University Avenue to the west.