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Maple Leafs occupy Yonge Street, TTC detours buses,
October 1



This Thursday, October 1, the City of Toronto is closing Yonge Street between Dundas Street and Dundas Square as “Smirnoff Ice Celebrates the Toronto Maple Leafs 2009 - 2010 Season!” on the same day that the Toronto Maple Leafs’ host their traditional season-opening home game against the Montreal Canadiens.

The TTC is detouring bus service while work crews set up the event from 2 until 11:30 a.m. and during the event until 3:30 p.m. at Yonge Dundas Square.

97B Yonge

Until 3:30 p.m. on Thursday, October 1, southbound buses operate along their regular route to Yonge and Gerrard Streets, then detour:

westward along Gerrard Street West;
southward along Bay Street; and then
eastward along Adelaide Street West to Yonge,
resuming their regular route southward along Yonge.

Northbound buses operate along their regular route to Yonge and Richmond Streets, then detour:

westward along Richmond Street West;
northward along Bay Street; and then
eastward along Gerrard Street West to Yonge,
resuming their regular route northward along Yonge.

320 Yonge overnight

After 2 a.m. on Thursday, October 1, southbound buses operate along their regular route to Yonge and Gerrard Streets, then detour:

westward along Gerrard Street West;
southward along Bay Street; and then
eastward along Adelaide Street West to Yonge,
resuming their regular route southward along Yonge.

Northbound buses operate along their regular route to Yonge and Richmond Streets, then detour:

westward along Richmond Street West;
northward along Bay Street; and then
eastward along Gerrard Street West to Yonge,
resuming their regular route northward along Yonge.

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