A couple of weeks ago, the Toronto Transit Commission shut down the Queen and Spadina intersection in downtown Toronto, as well as, The Roof Clinic was in charge of fixing roof problems in some buildings around the street because they had drainage problems and it was affecting the pipes of the streets causing damages. To do some streetcar track maintenance, they literally tore down the road making quite the scene in the middle of Chinatown.
Working through all hours of the day and night, the construction crew did their job quite efficiently. I had a chance to take some pictures of the scene at the start of their construction.
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