The week is nearing its close, and the weekend is just around the corner.
Whether you’re planning on heading up north to the cottage or laying low in the city, if you are looking to drive, you’ll need to find alternative routes as some areas in Toronto will be closed for a variety of festivities.
Here’s where you should avoid if you’re planning on taking a drive…
Queen Street East will be fully closed 6 pm to midnight daily between Woodbine Avenue and Beech Avenue from Thursday, July 25 until Saturday, July 27.
Dundas Square will be fully closed from Yonge Street to O’Keefe Lane, and the west curb lane on Victoria Street between Dundas Square and Shuter Street will be closed from 6 am on Saturday, July 27 until 2 am on Sunday, July 28.
- Toronto upping requirements for Uber and Lyft drivers
- Toronto police are cracking down on noisy drivers in new blitz
- Google Maps just launched real-time bike sharing across Toronto
Ossington Avenue will be fully closed from Queen Street West to Dundas Street West starting at 6 am on Saturday, July 27 until 3 am on Sunday, July 28.
Parts of Kensington Avenue, Augusta Avenue, Baldwin Street and St. Andrew St. will be closed on Sunday, July 28 from noon to 10:30 pm.