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An all-night subway service -- for one night only

A City of Toronto / Scotiabank news release has confirmed that the TTC will operate limited subway service all night long during the upcoming Scotiabank Nuit Blanche Toronto event.

The event takes place from sunset on Saturday, September 29 until sunrise on Sunday, September 30. The TTC will operate all-night subway service on the 1 Yonge-University-Spadina route between Eglinton and St. George Stations and on the 2 Bloor-Danforth route between Christie and Broadview Stations.

It will also offer a special Nuit Blanche Shuttle bus service from 7 p.m. Saturday until 7 a.m. Sunday. The buses will operate every fifteen minutes, stopping:

  • at the Royal Ontario Museum, on Bloor Street West at Queen’s Park
  • on Bloor Street West at Bay Street
  • on Church Street at Wellesley Street East
  • on Church Street at Gould Street
  • at Moss Park, on Shuter Street at Jarvis Street
  • on Queen Street East at Broadview Avenue
  • in the Distillery District, on Parliament Street at Mill Street
  • at George Street and King Street East
  • at St. Lawrence Market, at the Esplanade and Market Street
  • on McCaul Street at Grange Road
  • on Queen Street West at Spadina Avenue
  • on Richmond Street West at Bathurst Street
  • on Queen Street West at Strachan Avenue
  • on Queen Street West at Dufferin Street
  • on Dundas Street West at Morrow Avenue
  • on Bloor Street West at Lansdowne Avenue
  • on College Street at Bathurst Street
  • at Casa Loma, Davenport and Spadina Roads

If you buy a TTC Day Pass on Saturday, September 29, you’ll still be able to use it until 9 a.m. on Sunday, September 30.

The TTC has not yet officially announced the details of this service or how it will affect the usual overnight bus and streetcar services. Transit Toronto will continue to update you on this event and how it affects transit service.

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