Upcoming road closures in Toronto: October 28 to November 1

Oct 26 2017, 11:36 pm

There are several upcoming events in Toronto that will require road closures around the city.

There’s also a major TTC closure on Line 1 this weekend, so be sure to plan your commute ahead of time.

This week’s list of road closures includes a Halloween closure planned on Tuesday, along Church Street.

Pedestrian Sundays in Kensington Market

The following streets will be closed for this event in Kensington Market on Sunday, October 29:
• Augusta Avenue from Dundas Street West to College Street, but the intersections of Augusta Avenue and Nassau Street, and Augusta Avenue and Oxford Street will be open to traffic
• Baldwin Street from the west side of the Green P parking garage (west of Spadina Avenue) to Augusta Avenue
• Kensington Avenue from Baldwin Street to Dundas Street West
• St. Andrew Street from the west side of the Green P parking garage to Kensington Avenue (access to the parking garage will be maintained).

All of the above street closures will be in effect from noon to 7:30 pm on Sunday with the exception of Kensington Avenue, which will be closed from noon to 10:30 pm.

Greek Parade

On Sunday, October 29 from 10 am to 5 pm, Danforth Avenue will be closed in both directions from Donlands Avenue to Broadview Avenue and Chester Avenue will be closed from Danforth Avenue to the first laneway.

St Joseph’s Toronto West Halloween Fest

Bloor Street West will be closed from Willard Avenue to Runnymede Road on Sunday, October 29 from 6 am to 6 pm.

Dorothy Ley Hospice Halloween Bed Race

Two westbound lanes on Bloor Street West from Royal York Road to Montgomery Road will be closed on Sunday, October 29 from 5 am to 3 pm.

Church Wellesley Halloween Closure

Church Street from Wood Street to Gloucester Street, including the intersection of Church Street and Wellesley Street East, will be closed on Tuesday, October 31 from 6 pm to Wednesday, November 1 at 2 am.

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