The City of Toronto has announced four road closures in certain areas of the city this weekend, and it could affect your commute.
From December 18 to December 20, the following roads will be affected by closures:
- Queen Street East between Jarvis Street and Church Street, due to an ongoing full closure to accommodate emergency underground sewer construction.
- Bay Street between Front Street West and Lake Shore Boulevard West from 10 pm on Friday until December 21 at 6 am to accommodate a planned large crane removal, according to the city.
- Front Street West (eastbound lanes only) between Bay Street and York Street will have overnight lane closures from December 18 at 7 pm to December 19 at 4 am will be in place for planned filming.
- A full overnight closure is required on Bloor Street West between Yonge Street and Balmuto Street from December 18 at 7 pm until December 19 at 7 am for a planned large-scale concrete pour.
“Members of the public are reminded to stay home to help stop the spread of COVID-19. Anyone who needs to travel for essential reasons should plan their trip in advance and use alternate routes,” said the city.
On Saturday, there will also be no subway service available on Line 1 between Lawrence and St. Clair stations to accommodate the Eglinton Crosstown construction.
“Where possible, the City’s Work Zone coordination team has moved activities overnight and all locations will have signage in advance of activities and paid duty officers in place at key intersections to help manage traffic,” said the city.