A street festival, delicious food, and a run.
These are just some of the ingredients for any good weekend. Let alone the first weekend of TIFF, and particularly one which will get you grabbing your shades for the sunshine and 22°C temperatures.
Unfortunately, it also means more than a few road closures in the city.
- Get ready for a number of road closures during TIFF
- GO Transit to offer free Wi-Fi on all buses and trains in 2020
- Bird Canada electric scooters are finally available in Toronto
So here’s where you should avoid if you’re planning on driving through the fun.
The following full closures will be in place from 5 am on September 5 until 5 am on September 9:
- King Street West between Peter Street and University Avenue
- John Street between King Street West and Wellington Street West
- Ed Mirvish Way between King Street West and Pearl Street
- Simcoe Street between Wellington Street West and Pearl Street
Bloor Street West between Montgomery Road and Prince Edward Drive will be closed from noon on September 6 until midnight on September 8.
Shaw Street from College Street to Harrison Street will be closed from 6 pm on September 7 until 5 pm on September 8.
The following significant road closures will be in effect from 6 am on September 7 until 9 pm on September 8:
- Parliament Street from Wellesley Street East to Gerrard Street East
- Carlton Street between Ontario Street and Parliament, and then between Parliament Street and Exchange Lane
Other streets that will be impacted include Amelia Street, Prospect Street, Lancaster Street, Winchester Street, Aberdeen Avenue, and Spruce Street.
Sunday only events
This event will include a number of full, partial, and rolling closures on September 8 from 7:30 am until 11 am that will impact sections of Bay Street, Wellesley Street West, Dundas Street West, University Avenue, Queen’s Park Crescent East, Bloor Street West, Avenue Road and Davenport Road.