UPDATE: Intersection Closure for Wet Utilities Work at Chaplin Station

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August 10, 2018

UPDATE: Intersection Closure for Wet Utilities Work at Chaplin Station 

What Work is Taking Place?

In July, crews will conducted a closure of the intersection at Chaplin Crescent and Eglinton Avenue West in order to complete deep wet utilities relocation work in the middle of the intersection. Approximately two weeks of work was completed and the intersection was temporarily reinstated.  Beginning Saturday, August 11, 2018, crews will reinstate the closure in order to complete the remaining work.

Chaplin Crescent will be closed between Spadina Road and Eglinton Avenue West. Through access on Eglinton Avenue West will be maintained, however, on Saturday, August 11 and Sunday, August 12, Eglinton Avenue West will be reduced to one shared lane only, alternating traffic is each direction.

Work will be conducted during permitted construction hours, 7:00 a.m. until 11:00 p.m. Access for TTC and emergency vehicles only will be maintained. 

This work will be completed in the two stages pictured below.

Stage 1 – August 11 & 12


What to Expect

  • Chaplin Cres will be closed between Spadina Rd and Eglinton Ave W
  • Eglinton Ave W will be reduced to one shared lane only, alternating traffic in each direction
  • Eglinton Ave W will be reinstated to two lanes  at 11:00 p.m. each night
  • Access for emergency services vehicles, TTC and local access will be maintained
  • Road users can expect delays when travelling through the intersection

Stage 2 – August 13 – 23

 What to Expect

  • Chaplin Cres will be closed between Spadina Rd and Eglinton Ave W
  • Access for emergency services vehicles, TTC and local access will be maintained
  • Road users can expect delays when travelling through the intersection