Transit service at North York Centre Station is now back to normal following a shutdown for most of the week. Commuters should also see improved traffic flow around Mel Lastman Square and Yonge St. between the 401 and Finch as roads are now re-open.
TRAFFIC ADVISORY:— Toronto Police OPS (@TPSOperations) April 24, 2018
Yonge St - Sheppard Av to Finch Av
-The scene investigation is mostly concluded
-All roads have been re-opened
-TTC have re-opened North York Centre subway
* Thank you Toronto for being patient *@TTCNotices@TorontoComms@311
Last night, the Toronto Police announced they have mostly concluded their investigation and that Yonge Street has reopened to the public. However, they have advised everyone to avoid the area unless you're a resident or have work or business nearby.
North York Centre Station has just re-opened and full subway service has resumed. It’s been a sad 24 hours. The TTC grieves with you all and thanks each of you for your understanding as we adjusted or halted service. #TorontoStrong— Brad Ross (@bradTTC) April 24, 2018
TTC subways will no longer bypass North York Centre Station as service there has resumed.
And GO Transit had been making adjustments to their bus service because of the Yonge St. closure, but advise that service will be back to normal today.
#RiderAlert Route 1 detour is over. Route has resumed regular routing.— York Region Transit (@YRTViva) April 25, 2018
Finally, York Region Transit also advises that their previous detour has concluded.
by Jaclyn Skrobacky via blogTO