Friday, May 29, 2015

Re-opening of two-way traffic on Queens Quay

City of Toronto Media Relations has issued the following:

News Release:  May 29, 2015

Re-opening of two-way traffic on Queens Quay

The transition back to two-way traffic along Toronto's Queens Quay from Bay Street to Lower Spadina Avenue will take place from June 1 to 10.

Work to install new traffic controllers and signal lights will begin at the intersection of Bay Street and Queens Quay and will continue west to Lower Spadina Avenue (Yo-Yo Ma Lane). 

Work schedule:
• Bay Street: traffic signals activated Monday, June 1 
• York Street: traffic signals activated Tuesday, June 2 
• Queens Quay Terminal: traffic signals activated Wednesday, June 3 
• Lower Simcoe Street: traffic signals activated Thursday, June 4 
• Robertson Crescent East: traffic signals activated Friday, June 5 
• Rees/Robertson Crescent West: traffic signals activated Saturday, June 6 
• HTO Park: traffic signals activated Monday, June 8 
• Lower Spadina Avenue, TTC Loop and Crossover (Yo-Yo Ma Lane): traffic signals activated Wednesday, June 10

More information about the Queens Quay revitalization project is available at or by calling 416-214-1344.

This news release is also available on the City's website:

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Media contact: Steve Johnston, Strategic Communications, 416-392-4391,

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