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Toronto Subway Stations Closed by Severe Flooding

June 01, 2012

Several Toronto downtown subway stations were closed because of severe flooding at the city’s Union Station, Toronto Transit Commission reported on its website.

TTC has suspended subway service between Osgoode and Bloor stations, according to a note on the agency’s Website today. Streetcars are also being turned back on the Spadina and Harbourfront routes, TTC said.

Metrolinx, which runs trains and buses under the GO Transit name, hasn’t reported any flooding-related delays on its Website today.

To contact the reporters on this story: Stefanie Batcho-Lino in Toronto at sbatcholino1@bloomberg.net; Sean B. Pasternak in Toronto at spasternak@bloomberg.net

To contact the editor responsible for this story: David Scanlan at dscanlan@bloomberg.net


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