Cultural festivals, a run, and a massive street party.
Those are just some of the ingredients for a good weekend, but unfortunately, it also means more than a few road closures in the city.
So here’s where you should avoid if you’re planning on driving through the fun.
- Construction of King-Liberty pedestrian cycle bridge to impact UP Express this weekend
- There will be a partial closure on the TTC this weekend
- Driverless transit shuttles are hitting Toronto streets next year
Bloor Street West between Jane Street and Runnymede Road will be fully closed from Friday, September 13 at 9:30 am until Sunday, September 15 at midnight.
The following closures will be in effect to accommodate this event:
- Wright Avenue between Roncesvalles Avenue to 219 Wright Avenue will be closed from 11 am on Friday, September 13 until midnight on Sunday, September 15.
- Roncesvalles Avenue will be closed between Boustead Avenue and Howard Park Avenue and between Howard Park Avenue and Grafton Avenue from 5 am on Saturday, September 14 until midnight on Sunday, September 15.
Beecroft Road will be fully closed from Park Home Avenue to North York Boulevard on Saturday, September 14 from 4:30 am to 10:30 am to accommodate the race formation area.
A series of full, partial, and rolling closures to accommodate the race route will impact parts of Yonge Street, Bathurst Street, Finch Avenue, and Talbot Road.
Bloor Street West from Ossington Avenue to Church Street, and Yonge Street from Bloor Street to Queen Street will be closed on Sunday, September 15 from 8:30 am until 3 pm.