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Weekend events affect transit services,
September 28, 29, October 1, 2



Update: Friday, September 30, 1:01 a.m.: Guelph Transit has now confirmed its detours during the CIBC Run for the Cure.


Update: Friday, September 30, 6:05 a.m.: Burlington Transit has now confirmed its detours during the CIBC Run for the Cure.


Nuit Blanche and various Runs for the Cure — supporting breast cancer research — dominate the list of special events affecting transit services this weekend.

The events take place in Barrie, Brampton, Burlington, the Georgetown area of Halton Hills, Guelph, the Lindsay area of Kawartha Lakes, Markham, Mississauga, the Newcastle area of Clarington, Oshawa, Peterborough, St. Catharines and Toronto.


The events affect these routes:

Barrie Transit 30 Yonge, 31 Essa, 34 Ardagh, 39 Hurst, 41 Allandale.

Brampton Transit2 Main, 7 Kennedy.

Burlington Transit3 Guelph, 10 New.

Durham Region Transit401 Simcoe.

GO Transit01 Lakeshore West, 09 Lakeshore East, 31 Guelph / Georgetown - Union, 68 Barrie - Newmarket, 90 Newcastle - Oshawa.

Guelph TransitAll Guelph Transit routes, 1 Woodlawn, 3 Waterloo / Fife, 4 York Road, 6 Auden / Eastview, 7 St. Joseph’s Hospital, 8 General Hospital, 9 Stone Road Mall, 10 College / Niska, 22 Conestoga, 23 Paisley / Imperial, 24 Industrial, 51 Gordon, 52 University / Kortright, 54 Arkell, 61 Victor Davis.

Lindsay TransitGreen route.

Markham FairMarkville shuttle, Stouffville shuttle.

MiWay1C Dundas - Collegeway, 26 Burnhamthorpe, 110 University express.

Peterborough Transit9 Nichols Park.

St. Catharines Transit Commission108 Grantham - Port Weller.

Toronto Transit Commission1 Yonge - University - Spadina subway, 2 Bloor - Danforth subway, 5 Avenue Rd, 6 Bay, 94 Wellesley, 300 Bloor - Danforth overnight, 301 Queen overnight, 305 Eglinton East overnight, 306 Carlton overnight, 307 Eglinton West overnight, 320 Yonge overnight, 501 Queen, 504 King, 506 Carlton, Spadina Subway shuttle.


The Thursday, September 29 event affecting transit services is: the Markham Fair.

The Friday September 29 events affecting transit services are: the Markham Fair; and the Ontario Hockey League game in Guelph.

The Saturday, October 1 events affecting transit services are: the Downtown Brampton Farmers Market; the Georgetown Farmers Market; the Lindsay Farmers Market; the Markham Fair; the Newcastle Fall Festival; and Scotiabank Nuit Blanche.

The Sunday, October 2 events affecting transit services are: the CIBC Run for the Cure Barrie / Orillia; the CIBC Run for the Cure Brampton; the CIBC Run for the Cure Durham Region; the CIBC Run for the Cure Guelph; the CIBC Run for the Cure Hamilton / Burlington / Oakville; the CIBC Run for the Cure Mississauga; the CIBC Run for the Cure Niagara Region; the CIBC Run for the Cure Peterborough; the CIBC Run for the Cure Toronto; the Markham Fair; Scotiabank Nuit Blanche; the Toronto Fire Fighters Memorial.


Barrie


CIBC Run for the Cure

The City of Barrie is closing

  • Lakeshore Drive between Toronto and Tiffin Streets,
  • Toronto Street between Lakeshore Drive and Toronto Street and
  • Simcoe Street between Lakeshore Drive and Heritage Square.

on Sunday morning to accommodate the Barrie / Orillia route (.pdf) of the annual run, supporting the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation.

The event affects Barrie Transit and GO Transit service.

Barrie Transit
41 Allandale

(Barrie Transit has not confirmed information about this detour. This post describes how it detoured buses during previous events that closed Simcoe Street.)

Inbound buses operate along their regular route.

Until about 11:30 a.m. Sunday, October 2, outbound buses start their trips in the downtown terminal, as usual, then proceed:

northward along Maple Avenue;
westward along Dunlop Street West; and then
southward along Bradford Street to Tiffin Street / Essa Road
resuming their regular route soutwestward along Essa.

34 Argagh

(Barrie Transit has not confirmed information about this detour. This post describes how it detoured buses during previous events that closed Lakeshore Drive.)

Until about 11:30 a.m. Sunday, October 2, inbound buses operate along their regular route to Bradford and Simcoe Streets, then detour:

northward along Bradford;
eastward along Dunlop Street West;
southward along Maple Avenue; and then
westward into the Downtown Terminal,
ending their trips.

Outbound buses start their trips in the downtown terminal, as usual, then proceed:

northward along Maple Avenue;
westward along Dunlop Street West; and then
southward along Bradford Street to Tiffin Street / Essa Road
resuming their regular route westward along Tiffin.

31 Essa

(Barrie Transit has not confirmed information about this detour. This post describes how it detoured buses during previous events that closed Simcoe Street.)

Until about 11:30 a.m. Sunday, October 2, inbound buses operate along their regular route to Bradford and Simcoe Streets, then detour:

northward along Bradford;
eastward along Dunlop Street West;
southward along Maple Avenue; and then
westward into the Downtown Terminal,
ending their trips.

Outbound buses operate along their regular route.

39 Hurst
30 Yonge

(Barrie Transit has not confirmed information about this detour. This post describes how it detoured buses during previous events that closed Simcoe Street.)

Until about 11:30 a.m. Sunday, October 2, inbound buses operate along their regular route to Bradford and Simcoe Streets, then detour:

northward along Bradford;
eastward along Dunlop Street West;
southward along Maple Avenue; and then
westward into the Downtown Terminal,
ending their trips.

Outbound buses start their trips in the downtown terminal, as usual, then proceed:

northward along Maple Avenue;
westward along Dunlop Street West; and then
southward along Bradford Street to Tiffin Street / Essa Road
resuming their regular route southwestward along Essa.

GO Transit
68 Barrie - Newmarket

Until about 11:30 a.m. Sunday, October 2, southbound buses start their trips in the Downtown Barrie Terminal, as usual, then proceed:

northward along Maple Avenue;
westward along Dunlop Street West; and then
southward along Bradford Street to Tiffin Street / Essa Road
resuming their regular route southwestward along Essa.

Northbound buses operate along their regular route to Bradford and Simcoe Streets, then detour:

northward along Bradford;
eastward along Dunlop Street West;
southward along Maple Avenue; and then
westward into the Downtown Barrie Terminal,
ending their trips.


Brampton


Brampton events affecting transit services are: the CIBC Run for the Cure (October 3); and the Downtown Brampton Farmers Market (October 2).


CIBC Run for the Cure

The City of Brampton is closing

  • Kennedy Road South between Hartford Gate / First Gulf Boulevard and Derry Road East

on Sunday morning to accommodate the Brampton route (.pdf) of the annual run, supporting the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation.

Brampton Transit is detouring buses during the event.

7 Kennedy

(Brampton Transit has not confirmed information about the detour. This post describes how it detoured buses in previous years during this event.)

From 9:30 until 11:30 a.m. Sunday, October 2, southbound buses operate along their regular route to Kennedy Road South and Steeles Avenue East, then detour:

westward along Steeles East;
southward along Hurontario Street;
eastward along Derry Road East to Kennedy South,
resuming their regular route southward along Kennedy.

Southbound buses skip their regular stops

  • on Kennedy Road south south of Steeles Avenue East, at Hartford Trail and the Brampton Golf Club, across from the Powerade Centre, across from Secretariat Court and north of Derry Road East.

Instead, southbound buses drop off and pick up passengers at regular northbound stops

  • on Derry Road East at Edwards Boulevard, between Edwards Boulevard and Kenderry Gate and at Kenderry Gate.

Northbound buses operate along their regular route to Hurontario Street and Derry Road, then detour:

northward along Hurontario; and then
eastward along Steeles Avenue East to Kennedy Road South,
resuming their regular route northward along Kennedy South.

Northbound buses skip their regular stops

  • on Derry Road East at Edwards Boulevard, between Edwards Boulevard and Kenderry Gate and at Kenderry Gate (southbound buses serve these stops during the detour) and
  • on Kennedy Road South north of Derry Road East, at Secretariat Court, at the Powerade Centre, across from the Brampton Golf Club, north of First Gulf Boulevard and at Steeles Avenue East.

Downtown Brampton Farmers Market

The City of Brampton is closing

  • Main Streets North and South between Nelson and Wellington Streets

on Saturday morning and early afternoon and every Saturday until October 8 to accommodate the weekly farmers market.

Brampton Transit is detouring bus service during the market.

2 Main

From 6 a.m. until 2 p.m. Saturday, October 1, southbound buses operate along their regular route to Main Street North and Nelson Street, then detour:

westward along Nelson Street West, passing, but not stopping at, the Downtown Transit Terminal,
southward along George Streets North and South; and then
eastward along Wellington Street West to Main South,
resuming their regular route southward along Main.

Southbound buses skip their regular stop

  • on Main Street at Queen Street.

Northbound buses reverse the detour routing.

Northbound buses skip their regular stops

  • on Main Streets South and North at Wellington Street, John Street, north of Queen Street and at Theatre Lane.

You can view a map of the detour route here. (.pdf)


Burlington


CIBC Run for the Cure

The City of Burlington is closing

  • Guelph Line between Woodward Avenue and Lakeshore Road East and
  • New Street between Pine Cove Road and Guelph Line

and other streets Sunday morning to accommodate the Hamilton / Burlington / Oakville route of the annual run, supporting the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation.

The event affects Burlington Transit service.

3 Guelph

From 10 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. Sunday, October 2, southbound buses operate along their regular route to Guelph Line and Woodward Avenue, then detour:

westward along Woodward;
southward along Drury Lane;
westward along New Street; and then
southward along Smith Avenue to Lakeshore Road East,
resuming their regular route westward along Lakeshore.

Southbound buses skip their regular stops

  • on Guelph Line across from Glencrest Road, north of New Street, south of New Street, across from Woodland Park Drive, at 2nd Street and at Lakeshore Road and
  • on Lakeshore Road at Market and Green Streets, west of Delaware Avenue, at Stratheden Drive and Smith Avenue.

Northbound buses reverse this routing.

Northbound buses skip their regular stops

  • on Lakeshore Road east of Smith Avenue, Cliffcrest Court and Green Street and at St. Paul Street,
  • on Guelph Line north of Lakeshore Road, at Princess Street, at Woodland Park Drive, south of New Street, north of New Street, at Glencrest Road and Woodward Avenue.
10 New

From 10 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. Sunday, October 2, eastbound buses operate along their regular route to New Street and Drury Lane, then proceed:

northward along Drury;
eastward along Prospect Street;
southward along Cumberland Street;
eastward along Rexway Drive; and then
southward along Woodview Road to New Street,
resuming their regular route eastward along New.

Eastbound buses skip their regular stops

  • on New Street across from the senior centre, east of Delaware Avenue, across from Beverley Drive, west of Guelph Line, east of Guelph Line, at Rossmore Boulevard, across from and east of Dynes Road and at Cumberland Avenue.

Westbound buses reverse this routing.

Westbound buses skip their regular stops

  • on New Street east of Dynes Road, at #3131 New, at Claridge Road, Guelph Line, Beverley Drive, across from Delaware Avenue, at the Seniors Centre and at Drury Lane.

Clarington

See Newcastle


Georgetown


Georgetown Farmers Market

The Town of Halton Hills is closing

  • Main Street South Georgetown between James and Church Streets

on Saturday morning and every Saturday until October 8 to accommodate the Georgetown Central Business Improvement Area’s weekly market.

GO Transit is detouring bus service during the weekly market.

31 Guelph / Georgetown - Union

From 6:30 a.m. until 1 p.m. Saturday, October 1, eastbound buses from Guelph operate along their regular route to Main and Guelph Streets (Provincial Highway 7) and then proceed:

southeastward along Guelph to Mill Street,
resuming their regular route southwestward along Guelph.

Eastbound buses skip their regular stops

  • on Main Street South opposite Cross Street and at Wesleyan Street and
  • on Mill Street at Guelph Street.

Westbound buses reverse the detour routing.

Westbound buses skip their regular stops

  • on Mill Street south of Guelph Street and
  • on Main Street South across from Wesleyan Street and at Cross Street.

Buses that start or end their trips at Georgetown operate to and from the Georgetown GO Station, instead of Main Street South and Wesleyan Street and do not travel to downtown Georgetown.


Guelph


Guelph events affecting transit services include: the CIBC Run for the Cure (October 3) and the Ontario Hockey League game.


CIBC Run for the Cure

The City of Guelph is closing

  • Wyndham Street North between Cork and Woolwich Streets

and other streets on Sunday morning to accommodate the Guelph route (.pdf) of the annual run, supporting the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation.

Guelph Transit is detouring bus service during the event. Buses start and end their trips on both sides of Macdonell Street east and west of Wyndham Street North, instead of at St. George’s Square.

54 Arkell

From 9:15 a.m. until 12:45 p.m. Sunday, October 2, outbound buses start their trips on the south side of Macdonell Street just west of Wyndham Street North.

6 Auden / Eastview

From 9:15 a.m. until 12:45 p.m. Sunday, October 2, outbound buses start their trips on the south side of Macdonell Street just east of Wyndham Street North.

10 College / Niska

From 9:15 a.m. until 12:45 p.m. Sunday, October 2, outbound buses start their trips on the south side of Macdonell Street just west of Wyndham Street North.

22 Conestoga

From 9:15 a.m. until 12:45 p.m. Sunday, October 2, outbound buses start their trips on the north side of Macdonell Street just west of Wyndham Street North.

8 General Hospital

From 9:15 a.m. until 12:45 p.m. Sunday, October 2, outbound buses start their trips on the south side of Macdonell Street just east of Wyndham Street North.

51 Gordon

From 9:15 a.m. until 12:45 p.m. Sunday, October 2, outbound buses start their trips on the south side of Macdonell Street just west of Wyndham Street North.

24 Industrial
23 Paisley / Imperial

From 9:15 a.m. until 12:45 p.m. Sunday, October 2, outbound buses start their trips on the north side of Macdonell Street just east of Wyndham Street North.

7 St. Joseph’s Hospital

From 9:15 a.m. until 12:45 p.m. Sunday, October 2, outbound buses start their trips on the north side of Macdonell Street just west of Wyndham Street North.

9 Stone Road Mall

From 9:15 a.m. until 12:45 p.m. Sunday, October 2, outbound buses start their trips on the south side of Macdonell Street just east of Wyndham Street North.

52 University / Kortright

From 9:15 a.m. until 12:45 p.m. Sunday, October 2, outbound buses start their trips on the north side of Macdonell Street just west of Wyndham Street North.

61 Victor Davis

From 9:15 a.m. until 12:45 p.m. Sunday, October 2, outbound buses start their trips on the south side of Macdonell Street just east of Wyndham Street North.

3 Waterloo / Fife

From 9:15 a.m. until 12:45 p.m. Sunday, October 2, outbound buses start their trips on the north side of Macdonell Street just west of Wyndham Street North.

1 Woodlawn

From 9:15 a.m. until 12:45 p.m. Sunday, October 2, outbound buses start their trips on the south side of Macdonell Street just west of Wyndham Street North.

4 York Road

From 9:15 a.m. until 12:45 p.m. Sunday, October 2, outbound buses start their trips on the north side of Macdonell Street just west of Wyndham Street North.


Ontario Hockey League game
All Guelph Transit routes

You can ride any Guelph Transit bus for free Friday, September 30 to the Guelph Storm game against the Erie Otters at 7:30 p.m. — if you have a valid ticket to the game. You can ride free of fare to and from the Sleeman Centre on Friday evening after 5 p.m. by simply showing the Guelph Transit driver your game ticket.


Halton Hills

See Georgetown.


Kawartha Lakes

See Lindsay.


Lindsay


Lindsay Farmers Market

Saturday mornings from May 1 until October 29, the City of Kawartha Lakes is closing

  • Victoria Avenue North between Peel Street and Kent Street West

during the weekly market.

Lindsay Transit is detouring buses to accommodate the event.

Green route

From 7 a.m. until 1 p.m. Saturday, October 1, inbound buses operate along their regular route to Victoria Avenue North and Peel Street, then detour:

eastward along Peel Street;
southward along Cambridge Street North; and then
westward along Kent Street West to Victoria Avenue North,
resuming their regular route westward along Kent West.

Outbound buses operate along their regular route.


Markham


Markham Fair

The annual fair takes place from 9 a.m. until 10 p.m. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, September 29 and 30, October 1 and from 9 a.m. until 6 p.m. Sunday, October 2.

The fair organizing committee has arranged frequent shuttle buses to and from the fairgrounds on the north-east corner of McCowan and Elgin Mills Roads. Although York Region Transit is not providing the service, you can wait for, and exit from, the buses at all regular YRT stops along the routes. The fare is $2.

Markville shuttle

Shuttle buses operate along McCowan Road between Markville Shopping Centre and the Fairgrounds. You can flag northbound buses to pick you up at any YRT stop along McCowan.

Thursday, September 29, buses leave Markville every two hours from 9 a.m. until 9 p.m. They leave the fair every two hours from 10:30 a.m. until 10:30 p.m. An extra bus leaves the fair at 11:30 p.m.

Friday, September 30, buses leave Markville every two hours from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. and every 30 minutes from 4 until 9:30 p.m. They leave the fair every two hours from 10:30 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. and then every 30 minutes from 5 p.m. until midnight.

Saturday, October 1, buses leave Markville every hour from 9 a.m. until 9 p.m. They leave the fair every hour from 9:30 a.m. until 11:30 p.m. An extra bus leaves the fair at midnight.

Sunday, October 2, buses leave Markville every hour from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. They leave the fair every hour from 9:30 a.m. until 5:30 p.m.

Stouffville shuttle

Shuttle buses start their trips at Highway 48 and Hoover Park Drive in Stouffville, then proceed:

eastward along Hoover Park;
northward along Tenth Line;
westward along Main Street Stouffville, passing Stouffville GO Station; then continuing
westward along Main Street Stouffville and Stouffville Road; and then
southward along McCowan Road to the fairgrounds. You can flag southbound buses to pick you up at any YRT stop along their route.

Northbound buses reverse the route.

Thursday, September 29, buses leave Hoover Park Drive and Highway 48 every two hours from 9:45 a.m. until 7:45 p.m. They leave the fair every two hours from 9:30 a.m. until 11:30 p.m.

Friday, September 30, buses leave Hoover Park Drive and Highway 48 every two hours from 9:45 a.m. until 3:45 p.m., then every 30 minutes until 9:15 p.m. They leave the fair every two hours from 9:30 a.m. until 3:30 p.m., then every 30 minutes from 4:30 until 11:30 p.m.

Saturday, October 1, buses leave Hoover Park Drive and Highway 48 every hour from 8:45 a.m. until 8:45 p.m. They leave the fair every hour from 9:30 a.m. until 11:30 p.m.

Sunday, October 2, buses leave Hoover Park Drive and Highway 48 every hour from 8:45 a.m. until 4:45 p.m. They leave the fair every hour from 9:30 a.m. until 5:30 p.m.

You can view the schedule for both shuttle buses here.


Mississauga


CIBC Run for the Cure

The City of Mississauga is closing

  • Mississauga Road between Burnhamthorpe Road West and The Collegeway
  • The Collegeway between South Millway and Mississauga Road,
  • South Millway between Burnhamthorpe Road West and The Collegeway,

and other streets on Sunday morning to accommodate the Mississauga route (.pdf) of the annual run, supporting the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation.

MiWay is detouring buses during the event.

26 Burnhamthorpe

From 9:30 a.m. until 1 p.m. Sunday, October 2, eastbound buses operate along their regular route to The Collegeway and Erin Mills Parkway, then detour:

northward along Erin Mills; and then
eastward along Burnhamthorpe Road West to South Millway,
resuming their regular route eastward along Burnhamthorpe West.

Eastbound buses skip their regular stops

  • on The Collegeway east of Erin Mills Parkway and
  • on South Millway north of Sanderling Crescent (north) and at Burnhamthorpe Road West.

Westbound buses reverse the detour route.

Westbound buses skip their regular stops

  • on South Millway across south of Burnhamthorpe Road East and at The Collegeway,
  • on The Collegeway at Erin Mills Parkway.
1C Dundas - Collegeway

From 9:30 a.m. until 1 p.m. Sunday, October 2, eastbound buses operate along their regular route to Burnhamthorpe Road West and Erin Mills Parkway, then detour:

southward along Erin Mills; and then
eastward along Dundas Street West to Mississauga Road,
resuming their regular route eastward along Dundas East.

Eastbound buses skip their regular stop

  • on Burnhamthorpe Road West at Sawmill Valley Drive and Mississauga Road,
  • on Mississauga Road at Sawmill Valley Drive and Harkiss Road,
  • on the Mississauga Campus of the University of Toronto,
  • on Mississauga Road at The Collegeway and Dundas Street West.

Westbound buses operate along their regular route to Dundas Street West and Mississauga Road, then detour:

westward along Dundas West; and then
northward along Erin Mills Parkway to The Collegeway,
resuming their regular route westward along The Collegeway.

Westbound buses skip their regular stops

  • on Mississauga Road north of Dundas Street West and across from The Collegeway,
  • on the Mississauga Campus of the University of Toronto,
  • on Mississauga Road (southbound) at The Collegeway,
  • on The Collegeway across from Broad Hollow Gate, east of South Millway, at South Millway and Erin Mills Parkway.
110 University express

From 9:30 a.m. until 1 p.m. Sunday, October 2, southbound buses operate along their regular route to The Collegeway and Erin Mills Parkway, then detour:

along their regular route southward along Erin Mills.

Southbound buses skip their regular stop

  • on the Mississauga Campus of the University of Toronto.

Northbound buses operate along their regular route to Erin Mills Parkway and Dundas Street West, then detour:

northward along Erin Mills to The Collegeway,
resuming their regular route westward along The Collegeway.

Northbound buses skip their regular stop

  • on the Mississauga Campus of the University of Toronto.

You can see a map of the detours here. (.pdf)


Newcastle


Newcastle Fall Festival

The Region of Durham and the Municipality of Clarington are closing

  • King Avenues East and West (Regional Highway 2) between Arthur Street / Brookhouse Drive and North Street / Baldwin Street in Newcastle village

on Saturday to accommodate the annual festival.

GO Transit is detouring buses during the event.

90 Newcastle - Oshawa

(GO Transit has not confirmed information about the detour. This post describes how it detoured buses in previous years during this event.)

From 6 a.m. until 5 p.m. Saturday, October 1, westbound buses operate along their regular route to King Avenue East and Arthur Street / Brookhouse Drive, then detour:

southward along Brookhouse;
westward along Edward Streets East and West; and then
northward along Baldwin Street to King West,
resuming their regular route westward along King.

Westbound buses skip their regular stops

  • on King Avenue East east of Beaver Street and
  • on King Avenue West at North Street.

Eastbound buses reverse this routing.

Eastbound buses skip their regular stops

  • on King Avenue West east of Baldwin Street and
  • on King Avenue East east of Beaver Street.

Oshawa


CIBC Run for the Cure

The City of Oshawa is closing

  • Lakeview Park Boulevard between Simcoe Street South and Kluane Avenue,
  • Simcoe Street South between Ritson Road South and Lakeview Park Boulevard,
  • Valley Drive between Simcoe Street South and Ritson Road South

and other streets on Sunday morning to accommodate the Durham Region route (.pdf) of the annual run, supporting the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation.

Durham Region Transit is detouring bus service during the event.

401 Simcoe

(DRT has not confirmed information about the detour. This post describes how it detoured buses in previous years during the same event.)

From 9 a.m. until noon Sunday, October 2, southbound buses operate along their regular route to Simcoe Street South and Wentworth Street, then detour:

westward along Wentworth Street West;
southward along Cedar Street;
eastward along Thomas Street;
southeastward along Valley Drive; and then
southward along Ritson Road South to Lakewoods Park,
ending their trips.

Northbound buses start their trips at the south end of Ritson Road South at Lakewoods Park, then proceed:

Northward along Ritson to Lakeview Park Boulevard,
resuming their regular route northward along Ritson.


Peterborough


CIBC Run for the Cure

The City of Peterborough is closing

  • George Street North between Edinburgh and Romaine Streets

on Sunday morning to accommodate the Peterborough route (.pdf) of the annual run, supporting the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation.

The event affects Peterborough Transitservice.

9 Nichols Park

From 8:30 a.m. until noon Sunday, October 2, expect detours or delays as participants pass along Armour Road north of Parkhill Road East.


St. Catharines


CIBC Run for the Cure

The City of St. Catharines is closing

  • Bunting Road between Parnell Road and the Welland Canal Parkway (south),
  • Parnell Road between Niagara Street and Bunting Road

and other streets on Sunday morning to accommodate the Niagara Region route (.pdf) of the annual run, supporting the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation.

The event affects St. Catharines Transit Commission service.

108 Grantham - Port Weller

From about 9 a.m. until noon Sunday, October 2, expect detours and delays as participants pass along Parnell and Bunting Roads.


Toronto


Toronto events affecting transit services are: the CIBC Run for the Cure (October 3); Scotiabank Nuit Blanche (October 2 and 3); and the Toronto Fire Fighters Memorial (October 3).


CIBC Run for the Cure

The City of Toronto is closing:

  • Bloor Street West between Devonshire Place and Queen’s Park,
  • College Street between St. George / Beverley Street and Queen’s Park / University Avenue,
  • Hoskin Avenue between Devonshire Place and Queen’s Park Crescent West,
  • Queen Street West between University Avenue and Bay Street,
  • Queen’s Park,
  • Queen’s Park Crescents East and West and
  • University Avenue between College and Edward Streets

on Sunday morning to accommodate the Toronto route (.pdf) of the annual run, supporting the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation.

The TTC is detouring transit services during the event.

5 Avenue Rd

From 8:30 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. Sunday, October 2, southbound buses operate along their regular route to Avenue Road and Lowther Avenue, then detour:

westward along Lowther;
southward along Bedford Road;
westward along Prince Arthur Avenue; and then
southward into St. George Station terminal,
ending their trips.

Southbound buses skip their regular stops

  • on Avenue Road at Bloor Street West
  • on Queen’s Park at Museum Station,
  • on Queen’s Park Crescent West at Hoskin Avenue, Hart House and the University of Toronto Library and
  • on Queen’s Park Crescent East north of College Street.

Northbound buses start their trips at St. George Station terminal, then proceed:

northward along Bedford Road; and then
eastward along Prince Arthur Avenue to Avenue Road,
resuming their regular route northward along Avenue Road.

Northbound buses skip their regular stops

  • on Queen’s Park Crescent East north of College Street, at Wellesley Street West and north of St. Joseph Street and
  • on Queen’s Park at Museum Station.

The TTC is also detouring buses operating along the route during Nuit Blanche and the Toronto Fire Fighters Memorial.

300 Bloor - Danforth overnight

From 8:30 a.m. until about 9:30 a.m. Sunday, October 2, eastbound buses operate along their regular route to Bloor Street West and Spadina Avenue / Spadina Road , then detour:

northward along Spadina Road;
eastward along Dupont Street and Davenport Road; and then
east- and southward along Church Street to Bloor Street East;
resuming their regular route eastward along Bloor East.

Eastbound buses skip their regular stops

  • on Bloor Street West at St. George Street, across from Bedford Road, at Queen’s Park, Bay and Yonge Streets and
  • on Bloor Street East at Church Street.

Instead, eastbound buses drop off and pick up passengers at temporary stops

  • on Spadina Road at Lowther Avenue, across from Kendal Avenue at Bernard Avenue and Dupont Street,
  • on Dupont Street at Huron Street and Davenport Road and
  • on Davenport Road at Avenue Road, New and Yonge Streets.

Westbound buses reverse the detour routing.

Westbound buses skip their regular stops

  • on Bloor Street East at Yonge Street and
  • on Bloor Street West west of Yonge Street, at Bay Street, Avenue and Bedford Roads, St. George Street and Spadina Road.

Instead, westbound buses drop off and pick up passengers at temporary stops

  • on Davenport Road at Belmont Street, west of Avenue Road, beside #250 Davenport and at Bedford Road,
  • on Dupont Street west of Huron Street and
  • on Spadina Road south of Bernard Avenue and at Kendal and Lowther Avenues.

The TTC is also revising service along the route during Nuit Blanche.

506 Carlton

Since the City is closing College Street for this event, streetcars operate along Dundas Street West between Bay Street and Spadina Avenue from about 8:30 a.m. until 11 a.m. - or at least until the last participants have cleared College and St. George Streets. After about 11 a.m., the City reopens College at St. George / Beverley Streets, but continues to close it at University Avenue. The streetcars detour along Dundas Street West between Bay and McCaul Streets after 11 a.m.

From about 8:30 until 11 a.m. Sunday, October 2, eastbound cars operate along their regular route to College Street and Spadina Avenue, then detour:

southward along Spadina;
eastward along Dundas Street West; and then
northward along Bay Street to College,
resuming their regular route eastward along College.

From about 8:30 until 11 a.m., eastbound cars skip their regular stops

  • on College Street at Beverley and McCaul Streets, University Avenue and Elizabeth and Bay Streets.

Instead, eastbound cars drop off and pick up passengers at temporary stops

  • on Spadina Avenue south of College and Nassau Streets,
  • on Dundas Street West at Huron, Beverley and McCaul Streets, University Avenue and Chestnut and Bay Streets and
  • on Bay Street at Elm Street, Gerrard Street West and College Street.

Westbound cars reverse the detour routing.

Westbound cars skip their regular stops

  • on College Street at Elizabeth Street, Queen’s Park, across from McCaul Street, at St. George Street and Spadina Avenue.

Instead, westbound cars drop off and pick up passengers at temporary stops

  • on Bay Street at Gerrard Street West, Elm Street and Dundas Street West,
  • on Dundas Street West at Chestnut Street, University Avenue, McCaul, Beverley and Huron Streets and Spadina Avenue and
  • on Spadina Avenue north of Dundas Street West and across from Nassau Street.
506 Carlton

From about 11 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. Sunday, October 2, eastbound cars operate along their regular route to College and McCaul Streets, then detour:

southward along McCaul;
eastward along Dundas Street West; and then
northward along Bay Street to College;
resuming their regular route eastward along College.

From about 11 a.m. until 12:30 p.m., eastbound cars skip their regular stops

  • on College Street at University Avenue and Elizabeth and Bay Streets.

Instead, westbound cars drop off and pick up passengers at temporary stops

  • on Dundas Street West at University Avenue, Chestnut and Bay Streets and
  • on Bay Street at Elm Street, Gerrard Street West and College Street.

Westbound cars reverse the detour routing.

Westbound cars skip their regular stops

  • on College Street at Elizabeth Street, Queen’s Park and across from McCaul Street.

Instead, westbound cars drop off and pick up passengers at temporary stops

  • on Bay Street at Gerrard Street West, Elm Street and Dundas Street West and
  • on Dundas Street West at Chestnut Street, University Avenue and McCaul Street.
94 Wellesley

From about 8:30 a.m. until 11 a.m. Sunday, October 2 - or at least until the last participants have cleared College and St. George Streets, the TTC splits the route into two.

In the east end, buses operate between Castle Frank and Wellesley Stations only.

In the west end, eastbound buses operate along their regular route to Harbord Street and Spadina Avenue, then detour:

Northward along Spadina Avenue and Road; and then
eastward into Spadina Station, ending their trips.

Westbound buses start their trips in Spadina Station bus terminal, then proceed:

southward along Spadina Road and Avenue to Harbord Street,
resuming their regular route westward along Harbord.

Eastbound buses skip their regular stops

  • on Harbord Street at Huron and St. George Streets,
  • on Hoskin Avenue at Wycliffe College and
  • on Wellesley Street West at the Ontario Legislature Building, east of Queen’s Park Crescent East and at Bay and Yonge Streets.

Westbound buses skip their regular stops

  • on Wellesley Street West at Bay Street and Queen’s Park Crescent East,
  • on Queen’s Park Crescent West at Hoskin Avenue,
  • on Hoskin Avenue at Trinity College and St. George Street and
  • on Harbord Street at Huron Street and Spadina Avenue.

The TTC is also detouring service along this route during Nuit Blanche


Scotiabank Nuit Blanche

The City of Toronto is closing

  • Bay Street between Edward Street and Front Street West from 5 p.m. Saturday, October 1 until 9 a.m. Sunday, October 2,
  • Bloor Street West between Bedford Road and Yonge Street from 5 p.m. Saturday, October 1 until 9 a.m. Sunday, October 2,
  • Queen’s Park and Queen’s Park Crescent East, northbound lanes only, between Charles Street West and College Street, from 5 p.m. Saturday, October 1 until 8:30 a.m. Sunday, October 2,
  • Queen Street East and West between Victoria Street and University Avenue from 6 p.m. Saturday, October 1 until 9 a.m. Sunday, October 2,
  • Yonge Street between Bloor and Front Streets from from 8 a.m. Saturday, October 1 until 10 a.m. Sunday, October 3,

and other streets in central Toronto on Saturday evening and early Sunday morning to accommodate the all-night entertainment and arts festival.

The TTC is operating limited overnight subway service during the event. It’s also adjusting regular overnight bus service and detouring regular bus service from streets that the City has closed to accommodate the event.

The City and TTC are encouraging event-goers to park at TTC lots and take the bus, streetcar or subway to and from the various activities. Buses take passengers directly to TTC lots at Downsview, Finch, Kennedy, Kipling, Warden, Wilson and Yorkdale Stations. The TTC is relaxing its rule against commuters parking at the lots after 2 a.m. early this Sunday morning.

A TTC Scotiabank Nuit Blanche pass can help you get around during the event. The pass is valid from the start of service Saturday, October 1 until 9 a.m. Sunday, October 2. You can buy the pass at any subway station.

This year, GO Transit is also operating two extra late-night / early-morning home-bound trains along the 01 Lakeshore West and 09 Lakeshore East lines.

GO Transit
09 Lakeshore East

After regular GO train service ends for the evening on October 1, extra 09 eastbound trains leave Exhibition GO Station at 1:20 a.m. and 3:20 a.m., stopping at all stations until Oshawa GO Station. The trains arrive in Oshawa at 2:35 and 4:25 a.m. Buses do not connect with the trains at Oshawa.

01 Lakeshore West

After regular GO train service ends for the evening on October 1, extra westbound trains leave Union Station at 1:30 a.m. and 3:30 a.m., stopping at all stations until Aldershot GO Station. The trains arrive in Aldershot at 2:25 and 4:25 a.m. Buses do not connect with the trains at Aldershot.

You can view the special Nuit Blanche train schedule here. (.pdf)

Toronto Transit Commission
5 Avenue Rd

From 5 p.m. Saturday, October 1 until 7 a.m. Sunday, October 2, southbound buses operate along their regular route to Queen’s Park Crescent West and Hoskin Avenue, then detour:

westward along Hoskin to St. George Street,
ending their trips.

Southbound buses skip their regular stops

  • on Queen’s Park Crescent West at Hart House and the University of Toronto Library and
  • on Queen’s Park Crescent East north of College Street.

Instead, southbound buses drop off and pick up passengers at temporary stops

  • on Hoskin Avenue at Trinity College and St. George Street.

**Northbound buses start their trips at Hoskin Avenue and St. George Street, then proceed:

northward along St. George; and then
eastward along Bloor Street West to Avenue Road,
resuming their regular route northward along Avenue Road.

Northbound buses skip their regular stops

  • on Queen’s Park Crescent East north of College Street, at Wellesley Street West and north of St. Joseph Street and
  • on Queen’s Park at Museum Station.

The TTC is also detouring buses operating along the route during the CIBC Run For the Cure and the Toronto Fire Fighters Memorial.

6 Bay

From 6 p.m. Saturday, October 1 until 9 a.m. Sunday, October 2, southbound buses operate along their regular route to Bay Street and Gerrard Street West, then detour:

westward along Gerrard Street West;
southward along University Avenue and York Street; and then
eastward along Queens Quay West to Bay Street,
resuming their regular route eastward along Queens Quay West.

Southbound buses skip their regular stops

  • on Bay Street at Elm Street, Dundas Street West, Hagerman Street, Nathan Phillips Square, Queen Street West, south of Richmond Street West, at Adelaide and King Streets West, south of Wellington and Front Streets West and Harbour Street.

Northbound buses reverse the detour routing.

Northbound buses skip their regular stops

  • on Bay Street north of Queens Quay West, across from the Air Canada Centre, north of Front Street West, at Wellington, King, Adelaide and Queen Streets West, Albert Street, across from Hagerman Street, at Dundas Street West, Elm Street and Gerrard Street West.
300 Bloor - Danforth overnight

From about 1 until 6:30 a.m. Sunday, October 2, buses operate more frequently than usual — about every 10 to 15 minutes — and also operate along two separate routes. In the east end, buses operate along the 300 Bloor - Danforth East shuttle beyond Woodbine Station. In the west end, buses operate along the 300 Bloor - Danforth West shuttle beyond Keele Station.

After the subway closes, from about 6:30 a.m. until 9:30 a.m., buses resume operating along a continuous route between Toronto Pearson International Airport and Danforth Road at Warden Avenue. They also detour around Bloor Street West between St. George and Yonge Streets, which the City from about 8:30 until 9:30 a.m. for the CIBC Run for the Cure.

If you usually ride the bus to or from stops along Bloor Street West between Keele Street / Parkside Drive and Yonge Street, Bloor Street East between Castle Frank Road and Yonge Street or Danforth Avenue between Woodbine and Broadview Avenues, the buses won’t be serving your stop. You’ll have to walk to the nearest subway station from 2 until 7 a.m. on Sunday, October 3.

300 Bloor - Danforth East shuttle

From about 1 a.m. until 7:30 a.m. Sunday, October 2, ** buses operate between Woodbine and Kennedy Stations.

Westbound buses pick up passengers on Transway Crescent, at the west end of Kennedy Station. (The buses pick up passengers on the street. Passengers can’t enter the station terminal until subway service to and from Kennedy Station resumes around 9 a.m.) The buses then proceed:

south- and westward along Transway;
southward along Kennedy Road;
southwestward along Danforth Road;
westward along Danforth Avenue;
northward along Woodbine Avenue; and then
eastward into Woodbine Station terminal,
ending their trips.

The buses operate express - without stopping - between Kennedy Station and Danforth Road at Danforth Avenue.

Eastbound buses start their trips at Woodbine Station, then proceed:

westward along Strathmore Boulevard;
southward along Woodbine Avenue;
eastward along Danforth Avenue;
northeastward along Danforth Road;
northward along Warden Avenue to Warden Station, dropping off passengers who have parked at the TTC lot at the station; then continue:
northward along Warden;
eastward along Eglinton Avenue East;
southward along Transway Crescent to outside Kennedy Station,
ending their trips.
(The buses drop off passengers on Transway Crescent. Passengers can’t enter the station terminal until the subway resumes operating to and from Kennedy Station around 9 a.m.)

Buses operate express from Danforth Road and Warden Avenue to Kennedy Station, stopping only outside Warden Station.

All-night service on the 2 Bloor - Danforth subway between Keele and Woodbine Stations ends at 7 a.m. Regular subway service between Kipling and Kennedy Stations does not start until 9 a.m., so buses resume their regular route from Danforth Road at Warden Avenue to Toronto Pearson International Airport. However, the buses detour off Bloor Street West between St. George and Yonge Streets. The City is closing this part of Bloor for the CIBC Run for the Cure.

2 Bloor - Danforth subway

From 2 until 7:30 a.m. Sunday, October 2, the TTC operates all-night subway trains every 10 to 15 minutes between Keele and Woodbine Stations only. The last eastbound train leaves Keele Station at 7 a.m. and arrives in Woodbine at 7:25 a.m. The last westbound train leaves Woodbine Station at 7 a.m. and arrives in Keele at 7:25 a.m.

Buses operating on the 300 Bloor - Danforth overnight route serve Bloor Street West, west of Keele Station and Danforth Avenue, east of Woodbine Station.

Regular subway service between Kipling and Kennedy Stations starts at 9 a.m. Buses operating on the regular 300 Bloor-Danforth overnight route resume their regular route and serve Bloor Street and Danforth Avenue from 7 until about 9:30 a.m. on Sunday, October 3. The buses also detour around the closed portion of Bloor Street West during the <CIBC Run for the Cure until 9 a.m.

300 Bloor - Danforth West shuttle

From about 1 until 6:30 a.m. Sunday, October 2, eastbound buses operate along their regular route to Bloor Street West and Parkside Drive / Keele Street, then proceed:


northward along Keele Street; and then
eastward into Keele Station terminal,
ending their trips.

Westbound buses reverse this routing.

(The buses pick up passengers on Keele Street. Passengers can’t enter the station terminal until the subway resumes operating to and from Keele Station around 9 a.m.)

Buses operating between the airport and Keele Station operate every 10 to 15 minutes.

The TTC is also operating short-turn buses to serve passengers who parked in the parking lot at Kipling Station. Together, buses operating along both branches provide passengers with more frequent service - probably as frequently as every 7 to 8 minutes - between Kipling and Keele Stations. Buses operating to and from Kipling Station continue until about 7:30 a.m.

From about 1 until 7:30 a.m. Sunday, October 2, westbound short-turn buses start their trips on Subway Crescent at Aukland Road. (The buses pick up passengers on the street. Passengers can’t enter the station terminal until subway service to and from Kipling Station resumes around 9 a.m.) The buses then proceed:

northward along Aukland Road;
eastward along Dundas and Bloor Streets West;
northward along Keele Street; and then
eastward into Keele Station terminal,
ending their trips.

Westbound buses start their trips at Keele Station, then proceed:

southward along Keele Street;
westward along Bloor and Dundas Streets West; and then
south- and eastward along Subway Crescent to Aukland Road,
ending their trips.
(Buses won’t enter the bus terminal at Kipling Station. The buses drop off passengers on Subway Crescent. Passengers can’t enter the station terminal until the subway resumes operating to and from Kipling Station around 9 a.m.)

All-night service on the 2 Bloor - Danforth subway between Keele and Woodbine Stations ends at 7 a.m. Regular subway service between Kipling and Kennedy Stations does not start until 9 a.m., so buses resume their regular route from Danforth Road at Warden Avenue to Toronto Pearson International Airport terminal 1 between 6:30 and 9:30 a.m. However, the buses detour off Bloor Street West between St. George and Yonge Streets. The City is closing this part of Bloor for the CIBC Run for the Cure.

Short-turn service between Keele and Kipling Stations continues until about 7:30 a.m.

306 Carlton overnight

From about 2 until 6 a.m. Sunday, October 2, the TTC is operating extra streetcars along the route. Cars operate every 15 minutes, instead of every 30 minutes.

305 Eglinton East overnight

From about 2 until 7 a.m. Sunday, October 2, the TTC is operating extra buses along the route.

The extra buses operate between Kennedy and Eglinton Stations only.

Eastbound buses start their trips on Transway Crescent at Kennedy Station. (Buses do not enter Kennedy Station terminal. They pick up passengers on the street in front of the main station entrance on Transway Crescent. Passengers can’t enter the station terminal until about 9 a.m. when subway service to and from Kennedy Station resumes.) The buses then proceed:

eastward along Transway;
northward along Kennedy Road;
westward along Eglinton Avenues East and West; and then
southward into Eglinton Station terminal,
ending their trips.

Westbound buses start their trips in Eglinton Station, then proceed:

westward along Eglinton Avenues West and East; and then
southward along Transway Crescent to the main entrance of Kennedy Station,
ending their trips. (Buses do not enter Kennedy Station terminal. They drop off passengers on the street in front of the main station entrance on Transway Crescent. Passengers can’t enter the station terminal until about 9 a.m. when subway service to and from Kennedy Station resumes.)

Buses operate every 15 minutes, instead of every 30 minutes, between Kennedy and Eglinton Stations. East of Kennedy Station, buses continue to operate every 30 minutes.

307 Eglinton West overnight

From about 2 until 7 a.m. Sunday, October 2, the TTC is operating extra buses along the route.

The extra buses operate between Jane Street and Eglinton Station only.

Eastbound buses start their trips on Emmett Avenue, just north of Eglinton Avenue West, then proceed:

north-, west-, north- and eastward along Emmett;
southward along Jane Street;
eastward along Eglinton Avenue West; and then
southward into Eglinton Station terminal,
ending their trips.

Westbound buses start their trips in Eglinton Station, then proceed:

westward along Eglinton West to Emmett Avenue,
ending their trips.

Buses operate every 15 minutes, instead of every 30 minutes, between Jane and Yonge Streets. West of Jane Street, buses continue to operate every 30 minutes.

504 King

From 3 until 6 a.m. Sunday, October 2, streetcars operate along the regular 504 King route every 15 minutes.

501 Queen

Even though the City is closing Queen Streets East and West between Victoria Street and University Avenue from 5 p.m. Saturday, October 1 until 9 a.m. Sunday, October 2, streetcars continue to operate normally through the closed part of the street.

301 Queen overnight

Even though the City is closing Queen Streets East and West between Victoria Street and University Avenue Sunday, October 2, streetcars continue to operate normally through the closed part of the street.

From about 2 until 5:30 a.m., the TTC is operating extra streetcars along the route. Cars operate every 15 minutes, instead of every 30 minutes.

Spadina Subway shuttle

From about 1:30 until 9:30 a.m. Sunday, October 2, the TTC operates shuttle buses every 10 to 15 minutes from St. Clair West Station to TTC carparks at Downsview, Wilson and Yorkdale Stations.

Southbound buses start their trips at Downsview Station terminal. The buses pick up passengers on the street. Passengers can’t enter the station terminal until subway service to and from Downsview Station resumes around 9 a.m.) The buses then proceed:

southward along William R. Allen Road;
eastward along Eglinton Avenue West;
southward along Bathurst Street;
eastward along St. Clair Avenue West into St. Clair West Station terminal,
ending their trips.

Buses operate express — without stopping — between Downsview and St. Clair West Stations.

Northbound buses start their trips in St. Clair West Station terminal, then proceed:

westward along St. Clair Avenue West;
northward along Bathurst Street;
westward along Eglinton Avenue West;
northward along Marlee Avenue;
eastward along Lawrence Avenue West;
northward along William R. Allen Road,
exiting onto Yorkdale Road; then continuing:
north- and westward along Yorkdale;
northward along Dufferin Street;
eastward along Wilson Avenue;
northward along Wilson Heights Boulevard;
westward along Sheppard Avenue West; and then
southward into Downsview Station terminal,
ending their trips.
(The buses drop off passengers on Sheppard Avenue West. Passengers can’t enter the station terminal until the subway resumes operating to and from Downsview Station around 9 a.m.)

94 Wellesley

From 5 p.m. Saturday, October 1 until 7 a.m. Sunday, October 2, **eastbound buses operate along their regular route to Harbord and St. George Streets, then detour:

northward along St. George,
eastward along Bloor Street West; and then
southward along Bay Street to Wellesley Street West,
resuming their regular route eastward along Wellesley West.

Eastbound buses skip their regular stops

  • on Hoskin Avenue at Wycliffe College and
  • on Wellesley Street West beside the Ontario Legislature Building, east of Queen’s Park Crescent East and at Bay Street.

Westbound buses reverse the detour routing.

Westbound buses skip their regular stops

  • on Wellesley Street West at Queen’s Park Crescent East,
  • on Queen’s Park Crescent West at Hoskin Avenue and
  • on Hoskin Avenue at Trinity College and St. George Street.

The TTC is also detouring buses operating along this route during the CIBC Run For the Cure Sunday, October 2.

320 Yonge overnight

From about 1 until 6:30 a.m. Sunday, October 2, buses operate every 10 to 15 minutes but only along Yonge Street north of Eglinton Station. The buses serve passengers who have parked at the all-night TTC lot at Finch Station.

From 1 until 7:30 p.m. the TTC is operating even more buses to provide frequent service along the route — but only between Eglinton Station and the Finch Station parking lot.

All-night service on the 1 Yonge - University - Spadina subway between Eglinton and St. George Stations ends at 7 a.m. Regular subway service between Finch and Downsview Stations resumes at 9 a.m. Buses operating along the 320 Yonge overnight route resume regular service between Steeles Avenue and Queens Quay from about 6:30 until 9:30 a.m. Sunday, October 2. However, the City is still closing Yonge Street between Bloor and Front Streets for Nuit Blanche installations and events.

320 Yonge overnight

From about 6:30 until 9:30 a.m. Sunday, October 2, southbound buses operate along their regular route to Yonge Street and Davenport Road / Church Street, then detour:

east- and southward along Church;
eastward along The Esplanade;
southward along Lower Jarvis Street; and then
westward along Queens Quay East to Yonge Street,
ending their trips.

From 6:30 until 9:30 a.m., southbound buses skip their regular stops

  • on Yonge Street at Bloor and Charles Streets West, Irwin Street, Wellesley Street West, Gloucester and College Streets, #423 Yonge, Gerrard Street West, Elm Street, Dundas Street West, across from #247 Yonge and Shuter Street, at Queen, Richmond, Adelaide, King, Wellington and Front Streets West, Lake Shore Boulevard West and Queens Quay West.

From 6:30 until 9:30 a.m., northbound buses start their trips on Queens Quay East at Yonge Street, then proceed:

northward along Yonge;
eastward along The Esplanade;
north- and westward along Church Street to Yonge Street,
resuming their regular route northward along Yonge.

From 6:30 until 9:30 a.m., northbound buses skip their regular stops

  • on Yonge Street at Queens Quay West,
  • on Bay Street north of Queens Quay West, across from the Air Canada Centre and at Front Street West,
  • on Front Street West east of Bay Street,
  • on Yonge Street north of Front Street East and at King, Adelaide, Richmond and Queen Streets East, Shuter Street, Dundas Street East, across from Elm Street, at Gerrard Street East, #450 Yonge, Carlton and Alexander Streets, Wellesley Street East, Gloucester Street, Charles and Bloor Streets East and across from Scollard Street.

If you usually ride the bus to or from stops along Yonge Street between Eglinton Avenue and Queens Quay, the buses won’t be serving your stop. You’ll have to walk to the nearest subway station until 6:30 a.m. on Sunday, October 2.

1 Yonge - University - Spadina subway

From 2 until 7:30 a.m. Sunday, October 2, the TTC operates overnight subway trains every 10 to 15 minutes between Eglinton and St. Clair West Stations only. The last southbound trains leave Eglinton and St. Clair West Stations at about 7 a.m.

Buses operating on the 320 Yonge overnight route serve Yonge Street north of Eglinton Station. Special shuttle buses operate from St. Clair West Station to the TTC parking lots at Downsview, Wilson and Yorkdale Stations.

Regular subway service between Finch and Downsview Stations does not start until 9 a.m., so buses on the 320 Yonge overnight route resume their regular route along Yonge Street between Steeles Avenue and Queens Quay from 7 until 9 a.m. on Sunday, October 3. However, since the City is closing Yonge between Bloor and Front Streets, the buses detour from about 6:30 until 9:30 a.m.


Toronto Fire Fighters Memorial

The City of Toronto is closing all lanes of

  • Queen’s Park Crescent East between Grosvenor and College Streets

on Sunday afternoon to accommodate the Toronto Professional Fire Fighters Association’s annual memorial service.

The TTC is detouring bus services during the event.

5 Avenue Rd

From 1 until 2:30 p.m. Sunday October 2, southbound buses operate along their regular route to Queen’s Park Crescent West and and the off-ramp to Wellesley Street West, then detour:

eastward along Wellesley Street West to Queen’s Park Crescent East,
ending their trips.

Southbound buses skip their regular stops

  • on Queen’s Park Crescent West at Hart House and the University of Toronto Library and
  • on Queen’s Park Crescent East north of College Street.

Northbound buses start their trips at Wellesley Street West and Queen’s Park Crescent East, then proceed along their regular route northward along Queen’s Park East.

Northbound buses skip their regular stops

  • on Queen’s Park Crescent East north of College Street and at Wellesley Street West.

The TTC is also detouring buses during the CIBC Run for the Cure.


Inbound buses operate toward downtown.

Outbound buses operate away from downtown.

















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