The City of Toronto has issued a preliminary notice regarding the reconstruction of York Street from Wellington to Queen.
This will include pavement and sidewalk reconstruction, water main work, and the installation of new track. This work includes replacement of the intersection at Queen & York, but not at King & York which is comparatively new.
Only the northbound track will be retained and, as I understand current plans, the special work at Adelaide Street will be removed. If at a future date, the TTC decides to reactivate Adelaide Street from Charlotte east to Victoria, the York Street intersection will be dealt with at that time.
The City is studying Richmond and Adelaide Streets with a view to installing cycling lanes, and the reconstruction of Adelaide will depend on the design that emerges from this process. A related issue is the ongoing construction of condos along Adelaide requiring curb lane occupancy and causing damage to the road from heavy trucks.
Co-ordination with the Spadina & King project during August will be needed to ensure that there is one street clear for King and Queen services through downtown.