A sinkhole is continuing to cause streetcar delays in Toronto's east end, the TTC says.
But Line 2 subway service, which was interrupted between Victoria Park and Kennedy Stations on Monday, has resumed. The TTC says subways between those stations stopped for about two hours due to emergency track work.
The sinkhole at Queen Street East and De Grassi Street, meanwhile, continues to have an impact on the 506 Carlton streetcar and the 505 Dundas streetcar.
Shuttle buses are running between Broadview Avenue at Queen Street East and Neville Park.
Both streetcars are turning back westbound at Broadview Avenue. The TTC says 501B Queen shuttle buses will operate between Leslie and Queen and Long Branch Loop. The 505 Dundas streetcars are running between Bingham Loop and Leslie and Queen Street.
Transit problems on Line 2 first arose around 6:30 a.m. on Monday, according to a TTC tweet. The transit agency said there were major delays between Victoria Park and Kennedy Stations because of a mechanical problem.
TTC spokesperson Stuart Green told CBC News that a switch issue at Kennedy Station caused the problem. Repairs started at 10 a.m. and 15 to 20 shuttle buses were operating during the closures, he added.