October 6, 2022
A number of road closures and restrictions will be in effect this weekend to support emergency and major construction projects in Toronto.
The City of Toronto is set to handle traffic this weekend as the Toronto Blue Jays welcome the Rogers Centre. To keep traffic moving through this long term, the following plans are in place:
- Close monitoring of similar cameras as well as adjustable timestamps at key points.
- Close liaison with the City’s Office of Emergency Management (OEM) as well as the Rogers Center in traffic control and four Support management.
- Provide additional resources to the City’s Road Emergency Communications Unit (RESCU) to anticipate and respond to any traffic incident. drive on the Gardiner Expressway.
Close the way of things
St. Joseph Street between Queen’s Park and Bay Street will be closed from 7 a.m. on Saturday, October 8 until 7 p.m. on Sunday, October 9 to accommodate the Latin Fall Fiesta and Parade.
The westbound lanes of Sheppard Avenue East, between Yorkland Road and Fairview Mall Drive, will be closed on Saturday, October 8 from 12:01 to 7 p.m. for wood chipping work. as part of the Ministry of Transport for the repair of bridges.
Two southbound lanes of the Don Valley Parkway, including the southbound lane at Bloor Street/Danforth Avenue will be closed on Sunday, October 9 from 2 to 9 a.m. for the TTC repairs to the Price Edward Viaduct.
Westbound Lake Shore Boulevard, between Jarvis and Yonge Streets, will be reduced to one lane until Friday, October 21, for continued gas main work.
College Street, from St. George Street at Spadina Avenue is closed to traffic for TTC transit and other improvements. College Street, between Borden Street and Spadina Avenue, has been reduced to one east side. There is no westbound travel in this part of the work zone. These closures are expected to last until mid-November.
The intersection of Carlton and Church Streets has been partially reopened. Vehicles can turn straight onto the westbound carriageway of Carlton Street from the south side of Church Street and turn right onto the south side of Church Street from the east side of Carlton Street.
The intersection of King Street West and Shaw Street is completely closed until mid-November for the TTC replacement route.
Traffic on Queen’s Park, between Bloor Street West and Queen’s Park Crescent, has been reduced to accommodate the TTC’s Easier Access (elevator installation) to the Building Spectacular.
The Queensway will reduce the number of lanes in both directions, between Parkside Drive and the King-Queen-Queensway-Roncesvalles (KQQR) intersection, for TTC track replacement and reconstruction. the roads. Eastbound left turns from Queensway onto Glendale Avenue are not permitted.
Roncesvalles Avenue is closed from Queen Street West to Harvard Avenue for water replacement, TTC route replacement and road reconstruction.
Wellington Street, from Church Street to Yonge Street, has been reduced to one west side for the TTC route replacement and pedestrian improvements. Scott Street, north of Wellington Street, is closed to all traffic and Church Street is closed to the Esplanade.
Bayview Avenue, from Rosedale Valley Road to Lawren Harris Square, and River Street West between Bayview Avenue and Spruce Street, will be closed to traffic from 7 a.m. on Saturday, October 8 until 7 p.m. in the evening on Sunday, October 9 for ActiveTO.
Roads in High Park will be closed to traffic this weekend. More information about access to High Park is available on the City’s High Park page.
Toronto’s more than 1,500 parks and 11,000 hectares of valleys are also open for fresh air and exercise every day, including the Meadoway from Brimley Road to Scarborough Golf Club Road. Maps and information for walking, biking and hiking trails in Toronto are available on the City’s Walking, Hiking and Cycling website.
On Sunday, October 9, the ceremony will begin in the section of line 2 between St. George and Broadview stations in the afternoon to welcome tree replacement on the Prince Edward Viaduct. On Monday, October 10, the TTC will operate with Thanksgiving holiday services.
Residents are advised to follow @TTCNotices on Twitter, sign up for eAlerts and check the TTC website for the latest information.
Metrolinx closures and service interruptions
There are no scheduled closings this weekend.
Residents are encouraged to check GO Transit schedules and plan their trips by visiting the GO Transit website.
Those who need to drive through public areas of road closures should exercise caution, consider alternative routes and allow extra time to get to and from their destination. . A complete list of closures and restrictions is available on the City’s website.
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