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Weekend events affect transit services,
May 21, 22, 23, 24



A cultural festival, two farmers’ Markets and several road races or other events to support charitable causes affect transit services this weekend.

The events take place in the Ancaster area of Hamilton, downtown Brampton, the Lindsay area of Kawartha Lakes, Milton,Mississauga, Newmarket, the Port Weller area of St. Catharines, the Scarborough of Toronto, Stouffville and downtown Toronto.

Transit- and transportation-related sites play a part in the annual Doors Open Toronto, which also takes place this weekend.


The events affect these routes:

GO Transit31 Guelph / Georgetown / Toronto, 33 Guelph / Georgetown / North York, 70 Uxbridge / Stouffville / Markham, 71 Stouffville / Toronto.

Hamilton Street Railway16 Ancaster.

Lindsay TransitGreen.

Milton Transit2 Main, 6 Scott.

MiWayAll routes, Carassauga shuttle A, Carassauga shuttle B, Carassauga shuttle C.

St. Catharines Transit Commission108 Grantham - Port Weller, 109 Geneva St, 114 Scott St, 117 Linwell - Lakeshore.

Toronto Transit Commission43B Kennedy via Progress, 501 Queen, 504 King, 505 Dundas, 506 Carlton.

York Region Transit9 Ninth Line, 15 Stouffville, 56 Eagle - Gorham.


The Thursday, May 21 event affecting transit service is: the Stouffville Classic Car Show and Sidewalk Sale.

The Friday, May 22 events affecting transit services are: the Ancaster High School “Dared to Tri” Triathlon and Duathlon; and Carassauga Festival of Cultures; the Rotary Rib ‘n’ Roll; and the Rouge Valley Centenary Bed Race.

The Saturday, May 23 events affecting transit services are: Carassauga Festival of Cultures; the Lindsay Farmers Market; the Rankin Run for Cancer; and the Rotary Rib ‘n’ Roll.

The Sunday, May 24 events affecting transit services are: Carassauga Festival of Cultures; the Rotary Rib ‘n’ Roll; Easter Seals Fun Run / Walkathon; and the World Partnership Walk.


Ancaster


Ancaster High School “Dared to Tri” Triathlon and Duathlon

The City of Hamilton is closing

  • Jerseyville Road between Shaver Drive and Meadowbrook Road

to accommodate the race.

The Hamilton Street Railway is detouring buses while the street is closed.

16 Ancaster

From about 9 a.m. until noon, Friday, May 25, eastbound buses operate along their regular route to Shaver Road and Morwick Drive, then detour:

eastward along Morwick to Meadowbrook Road,
resuming their regular route southward along Meadowbrook.

Eastbound buses skip their regular stops

  • on Shaver Road across from Sumac Lane and at Jerseyville Road,
  • on Jerseyville Road at Stevenson Street and Meadowbrook Road and
  • on Meadowbrook Road at Morwick Drive.

From noon until 4 p.m., eastbound buses operate along their regular route.

From about 9 a.m. until noon, westbound buses operate along their regular route.

From noon until about 4 p.m., westbound buses operate along their regular route to Meadowbrook and Morwick Drives, then detour:

westward along Morwick to Shaver Road,
resuming their regular route southward along Morwick.

Westbound buses skip their regular stops

  • on Meadowbrook Road across from Morwick Drive and
  • on Jerseyville Road at Martin Road and across from Stevenson and Shaver Roads.

Brampton


Rotary Rib ‘n’ Roll

The City of Brampton is closing

  • Wellington Street West between George and Main Streets South

all day Friday, Saturday and Sunday to accommodate the Rotary Club of Brampton’s annual event in Gage Park. The event helps support local organizations that work with children who have cancer.

The event likely affects GO Transit services.

33 / 33A / 33B / 33D / 33E Guelph / Georgetown / North York

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

After 8:30 a.m. Friday, May 22, southbound buses operate along their regular route to the Downtown Brampton Bus Terminal, then detour:

westward along Nelson Street West to Main Street North; and then
southward along Main Streets North and South to Wellington Street West,
resuming their regular route southward along Main South.

Southbound buses serve all regular stops.

Northbound buses reverse the southbound detour routing.

Northbound buses skip their regular stop

  • on Wellington Street West at George Street South.
31 / 31A / 31D / 31E / 31F / 31H / 31J / 31K / 31R Guelph / Georgetown / Toronto

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

After 8:30 a.m. Friday, May 22 and all day Saturday, May 23 and Sunday, May 24, southbound buses operate along their regular route to the Downtown Brampton Bus Terminal, then detour:

westward along Nelson Street West to Main Street North; and then
southward along Main Streets North and South to Wellington Street West,
resuming their regular route southward along Main South.

Southbound buses serve all regular stops.

Northbound buses reverse the southbound detour routing.

Northbound buses skip their regular stop

  • on Wellington Street West at George Street South.

Hamilton

See Ancaster.


Kawartha Lakes

See Lindsay


Lindsay


Lindsay Farmers Market

Saturday mornings until October 31, 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, May 23, 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.

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Milton


Milton Farmers Market

The Town of Milton is closing

  • Main Street East between James and Martin Streets

Saturday mornings until October 10 (except for June 6) to accommodate the Milton Chamber of Commerce’s weekly market.

Milton Transit is detouring buses while the street is closed.

2 Main

Until noon Saturday, May 23, eastbound buses operate along their regular route to Main Street East and James Street, then detour:

northward along James; and then
eastward along Mill Street to Martin Street,
resuming their regular route northward along Martin.

Westbound buses operate along their regular route.

6 Scott

Until noon Saturday, May 23, eastbound buses operate along their regular route to Main Street East and James Street, then detour:

northward along James;
eastward along Mill Street; and then
southward along Martin Street to Main East,
resuming their regular route eastward along Martin.

Westbound buses operate along their regular route.

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Revised detour due to Mill Street construction, starting Saturday, **August 16.

2 Main
6 Scott

Until noon Saturday, May 23, eastbound buses operate along their regular route to Main Street East and Brown Street, then detour:

southward along Brown;
eastward along Mary Street; and then
northward along Charles Street to Main East,
resuming their regular route eastward along Main.

Westbound buses reverse the eastbound detour routing.

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Mississauga


Carassauga Festival of Cultures

Carassauga is Mississauga’s annual city-wide multicultural festival, taking place Friday evening, Saturday afternoon and evening and Sunday afternoon.

MiWay plays a key role during the event, supplying free rides to people traveling to and from Carassauga pavilions and among the various pavilions.

MiWay
All routes

If you’re an adult and you’ve bought a Carassauga passport, you can ride free by showing your passport to a driver operating a bus along any regularly scheduled MiWay route. You can ride free from 6:30 p.m. Friday, May 22 until 12:30 a.m. Saturday, May 23, from 12:30 p.m. Saturday, until 12:30 a.m. Sunday, May 24 and from 12:30 until 7 p.m. Sunday. Children 12 years old or younger accompanying adults with passports can also ride free.

Carassauga shuttle A

If you’re an adult and you’ve bought a Carassauga passport, you can ride free by showing your passport to the driver from 6:30 p.m. Friday, May 22 until 12:30 a.m. Saturday, May 23, from 12:30 p.m. Saturday, until 12:30 a.m. Sunday, May 24 and from 12:30 until 7 p.m. Sunday. Children 12 years old or younger accompanying adults with passports can also ride free.

Express buses leave the City Centre Transit Terminal at

  • 6:45, 7 and 7:15 p.m. Friday; and
  • 12:30 and 12:45 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.

They operate to the Hershey Centre without stopping.

Regular buses leave City Centre Transit Terminal and the Hershey Centre

  • at 6:30, 6:50, 7:10 and 7:30 p.m., then every 30 minutes until 12:10 a.m. Friday;
  • 12:30, 12:50 and 1 p.m. Saturday, then every 30 minutes until 12:30 a.m. Sunday; and
  • 12:30, 12:50 and 1 p.m. Sunday, then every 30 minutes until 7:30 p.m.

Express buses leave the Hershey Centre at

  • midnight Friday;
  • 12:15 a.m. and midnight Saturday; and
  • 12:15 a.m., 7, 7:15 and 7:30 p.m. Sunday.

These buses operate without stopping to the City Centre Terminal.

The buses operate from the City Centre Terminal to Frank McKechny Community Centre, 310 Bristol Road East, pavilion site #6. The buses then continue to the Malta Band Club, 5745 Coppers Avenue, pavilion site #10. They then proceed to the Hershey Centre, pavilion site #1. Afterwards, the buses return to the City Centre Terminal, stopping again at site # 6.

Express buses leave the Hershey Centre at

Site #6 houses the pavilion of China. Site #10 is home to Malta. Site #1 is home to Africa, Canada, Caribbean, Croatia, Cyprus, India, Indonesia, Iraq, Korea, Lebanon, Macedonia, Pakistan, the Philippines, South Sudan, Turkey and Vietnam plus “The Kids Zone”.

Eastbound buses leave the City Centre Terminal, then proceed:

eastward along Rathburn Road West;
northward along Hurontario Street;
eastward along Bristol Road East;
northward along Kennedy Road;
eastward along Coppers Avenue; and then
east- and southward** along Rose Cherry Place to the Hershey Centre,
ending their trips.

Westbound buses leave the Hershey Centre, then proceed:

southward along Rose Cherry Place;
westward along Matheson Boulevard East;
southward along Kennedy Road;
westward along Bristol Road East;
southward along Hurontario Street;
westward along Rathburn Road West and Centre View Drive;
southward along Station Gate Road; and then
eastward along Rathburn West to the City Centre Terminal,
ending their trips.

Carassauga shuttle B

If you’re an adult and you’ve bought a Carassauga passport, you can ride free by showing your passport to the driver from 12:30 p.m. Saturday, May 23 until 12:30 a.m. Sunday, May 24 and from 12:30 until 7 p.m. Sunday. Children 12 years old or younger accompanying adults with passports can also ride free.

Buses leave the Hershey Centre and Carmen Corbassan Community Centre:

  • every 30 minutes from 2 until 11:30 p.m. Saturday; and
  • every 30 minutes from 2 until 7 p.m. Sunday.

The buses operate from the Hershey Centre, 5500 - 5600 Rose Cherry Place, pavilion site #1 to the Tomken Twin Arena, 4495 Tomken Road, pavilion site #2. They continue to the Burnhamthorpe Community Centre / Area, 1500 Gulleden Drive, pavilion site #3. They continue to St. Sava Serbian Orthodox Church, 2520 Dixie Road, pavilion site #4. They then continue express to Carmen Corbasson Community Centre, 1399 Cawthra Road, pavilion site #5. They then head back north, to sites #s 4, 3 and 2. The buses then continue to the Malta Band Club, 5745 Coppers Avenue, pavilion site #10. They then proceed to the Hershey Centre, pavilion site #1.

Site #1 houses the pavilions of Africa, Canada, Caribbean, Croatia, Cyprus, India, Indonesia, Iraq, Korea, Lebanon, Macedonia, Pakistan, the Philippines, South Sudan, Turkey and Vietnam plus “The Kids Zone”. Site #2 is home to Hawaii and Poland. Site #3 is home to Greece. Site #4 is home to Serbia and site #5 is home to Italy and Latin America. Site #10 is home to Malta.

Buses leave the Hershey Centre, then proceed:

southward along Rose Cherry Place;
westward along Matheson Boulevard East;
southward along Tomken Road;
eastward along Burnhamthorpe Road East;
southward along Havenwood Drive;
westward along Gulleden Drive to the Burnhamthorpe Community Centre / Arena;
eastward along Gulleden;
southward along Havenwood;
westward along Bloor Street;
southward along Dixie Road;
westward along Queensway East; and then
southward along Cawthra Road to the Carmen Corbasson Community Centre.

Buses leave Carmen Corbasson Community Centre, then proceed:

northward along Cawthra;
eastward along Queensway East;
northward along Dixie;
eastward along Bloor;
northward along Havenwood;
westward along Gulleden to the Burnhamthorpe Community Centre / Arena;
eastward along Gulleden;
northward along Havenwood;
westward along Burnhamthorpe East;
northward along Tomken;
westward along Matheson East;
northward along Kennedy;
eastward along Coppers Avenue; and then
east- and southward along Rose Cherry to the Hershey Centre,
ending their trips.

Carassauga shuttle C

If you’re an adult and you’ve bought a Carassauga passport, you can ride free by showing your passport to the driver from 1 p.m. until midnight Saturday, May 23 and from 1 until 7 p.m. Sunday, May 24. Children 12 years old or younger accompanying adults with passports can also ride free.

Buses leave the Hershey Centre and the Portuguese Centre

  • every 35 minutes from 2 until 11:20 p.m. Saturday; and
  • every 35 minutes from 2 until 6:40 p.m. Sunday.

Buses operate from express from the Hershey Centre, 5500 - 5600 Rose Cherry Place, pavilion site #1 to the Canadian Coptic Centre, 1245 Eglinton Avenue West, pavilion site #7. They continue to the Portuguese Cultural Centre of Mississauga, 31 Queen Street North Streetsville, pavilion site #8. They then continue to the Grace Centre, 6670 Campobello Road, pavilion site #9. They then continue express to the Malta Band Club, 5745 Coppers Avenue, pavilion site #10. They then return to the Hershey Centre.

Site #1 houses the pavilions of Africa, Canada, Caribbean, Croatia, Cyprus, India, Indonesia, Iraq, Korea, Lebanon, Macedonia, Pakistan, the Philippines, South Sudan, Turkey and Vietnam plus “The Kids Zone”. Site #7 is home to Egypt, while site #8 is home to Portugal. Site #9 is home to Brazil and site #10 is home to Malta.

Buses leave the Hershey Centre, then proceed:

southward along Rose Cherry Place;
westward along Matheson Boulevards East and West;
southward along Terry Fox Way;
westward along Eglinton Avenue West;
northward along Creditview Road;
westward along Britannia Road West;
northward along Queen Street North and Mississauga Road;
northeastward along Kitimat Road;
eastward along Argentia Road;
north-, west- and southward along Campobello Road;
eastward along Argentia;
southward along Creditview;
eastward along Britannia West and East;
southward along Kennedy;
eastward along Coppers Avenue; and then
east- and southward along Rose Cherry to the Hershey Centre,
ending their trips.

You can view a map showing the locations of the Carassauga Pavilions and the various bus routes here and here. (.pdf)

You can view schedule information and a list of bus stops here.


Newmarket


Easter Seals Run / Walk

The Town of Newmarket is closing:

  • Water Street between Prospect Street and Main Street South

Sunday morning to accommodate the annual event to support Easter Seals Ontario.

York Region Transit is detouring buses while the streets are closed.

56 Eagle / Gorham

From 6 a.m. until noon Sunday, May 24, westbound buses operate along their regular route to Gorham Drive and Prospect Street, then detour:

northward along Prospect;
westward along Queen Street;
southward along Lorne Avenue to Eagle Street,
resuming their regular route westward along Eagle.

Westbound buses skip their regular stop

  • on Water Street at Doug Duncan Drive and
  • on Eagle Street at Church Street, across from Ellen Street and at Lorne Avenue.

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

  • on Lorne Avenue at Park Avenue and Eagle Street.

Eastbound buses reverse the westbound detour.

Eastbound buses skip their regular stops

  • on Eagle Street at Ellen Street and east of William Street and
  • on Water Street across from Doug Duncan Drive.

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

  • on Lorne Avenue at Park and Queen Streets.

Port Weller


Rankin Cancer Run

The City of St. Catharines is closing:

  • Parnell Road between Niagara Street and Bunting Road,
  • Bunting Road between Parnell Road and the Welland Canal Parkway;
  • Welland Canal Parkway between Bunting Road and Scott Street

Saturday morning to accommodate the annual run to raise funds for cancer care in the Niagara Region.

The St. Catharines Transit Commission is detouring buses during the event.

109 Geneva St

From about 8:30 a.m. until noon Saturday, May 23, buses start and end their trips on Vine Street south of Lakeshore Road.

Inboundbuses skip their regular stops

  • on Lakeshore Road east of Vine Street, Stanley Street and Bradmon Drive, at Chancery Lane and east of O’Mara Drive and
  • on Niagara Street south of Lakeshore Road.

Outboundbuses skip their regular stops

  • on Lakeshore Road across from O’Mara Drive, west of Arthur Street, at Walkers Creek and Wilcher Crescent and across from Stanley Avenue.
108 Grantham - Port Weller

From about 8:30 a.m. until noon Saturday, May 23, inboundbuses operate along their regular route to Arthur Street and Lakeshore Road, then detour:

westward along Lakeshore;
southward along Vine Street; and then
eastward along Linwell Road to Grantham Street,
resuming their regular route southward along Grantham.

Inbound buses skip their regular stops

  • on Lakeshore Road east of O’Mara Drive,
  • on Niagara Street south of Lakeshore Road,
  • on Parnell Road east of Pearce Avenue and at Bunting Road,
  • on Bunting Road at Maltese Boulevard, south of Beamer Avenue and at Louis Avenue and Linwell Road and
  • on Linwell Road west of Louis Avenue, across from Holy Cross School and across from Linwell Plaza.

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

  • on Lakeshore Road west of Arthur Street and at Walkers Creek and Wilcher Crescent and across from Stanley Avenue,
  • on Vine Street south of Lakeshore and Parnell Roads, across from Costen Boulevard and Preston Drive, south of Glenview Avenue, across from Rosemont Drive and at Linwell Road and
  • on Linwell Road across from Gordon Place and east of Maplewood Drive.

Outboundbuses reverse the inbound detour routing.

Outbound buses skip their regular stops

  • on Linwell Road at Holy Cross School, east of Rochelle Drive, at Hanson Drive and Bunting Road,
  • on Bunting Road across from Louis and Beamer Avenues and Maltese Boulevard and
  • on Parnell Road across from Pearce Avenue and
  • on Niagara Street north of Parnell Road.

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

  • on Linwell Road beside the Ina Grafton Gage Villa-Niagara and at Gordon Place,
  • on Vine Street at Rosemont Avenue, across from Glenview Avenue, at Preston Drive, Costen Boulevard and Parnell and Lakeshore Roads and
  • on Lakeshore Road east of Stanley Street and Walkers Creek and at Chancery Lane.
117 Linwell - Lakeshore

From about 8:30 a.m. until noon Saturday, May 23, inboundbuses start their trips on Vine Street south of Lakeshore Road, then proceed:

southward along Vine; and then
eastward along Linwell Road to Niagara Street,
resuming their regular route eastward along Linwell.

Inbound buses skip their regular stops

  • on Niagara Street south of Lakeshore and Parnell Roads and Cherrylane Drive, beside Grace Linwell Church, south of Old Oxford Road, across from Heywood Avenue and at Richelieu Drive.

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

  • on Vine Street south of Lakeshore and Parnell Roads, across from Costen Boulevard and Preston Drive, south of Glenview Avenue and across from Rosemont Drive and
  • on Linwell Road across from Gordon Place and east of Maplewood Drive.

Outboundbuses reverse the inbound detour routing.

Outbound buses skip their regular stops

  • on Niagara Street at Heywood Street, north of Tecumseh Street, at Fairview Avenue, north of Beamer and Chorley Avenues and Parnell Road.

Instead, outbound buses drop off passengers at temporary stops

  • on Linwell Road beside the Ina Grafton Gage Villa-Niagara and at Gordon Place,
  • on Vine Street at Rosemont Avenue, across from Glenview Avenue, at Preston Drive, Costen Boulevard and Parnell and Lakeshore Roads and
  • on Lakeshore Road east of Vine Street, Stanley Street and Walkers Creek, at Chancery Lane and east of O’Mara Drive.
114 Scott St

Until about noon Saturday, May 23, buses operate along their regular route to Scott Street and Bunting Road, then detour:

southward along Bunting; and then
eastward along Carlton Street to Dorchester Boulevard,
resuming their regular route southward along Dorchester.

Buses skip their regular stops

  • on Scott Street across from St. Lawrence Drive and at Welland Canal Parkway and
  • on Dunkeld Street south of Welland Canal Parkway, across from Dunblane Avenue, south of Nassau Road, across from Dunelm Avenue and at Carlton Street.

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

  • on Bunting Road at Northwood and Southwood Drives.

Scarborough


Rouge Valley Centenary Bed Race

The City of Toronto is closing:

  • Borough Drive between Progress Avenue and Triton Road

Friday morning and afternoon to accommodate the event, supporting the Rouge Valley Health System Foundation.

The event affects TTC services.

43B Kennedy via Progress

(The TTC has not confirmed detour-routing information. This post describes how it detoured buses in 2014 during the event.)

Westbound buses operate along their regular route.

Before 5 p.m. Friday, May 22, eastbound buses operate along their regular route to Progress Avenue and Brimley Road, then detour:

southward along Brimley; and then
eastward along Triton Road to Borough Drive,
resuming their regular route eastward along Triton.

Eastbound buses skip their regular stop

  • on Borough Drive south of Progress Avenue.

Instead, eastbound buses drop off or pick up passengers at at temporary stop

  • on Triton Road at Borough Drive.

Toronto

See also Scarborough


Stouffville


Stouffville Classic Car Show and Sidewalk Sale

The Town of Whitchurch - Stouffville](http://www.townofws.ca/) is closing:

  • Main Street Stouffville Market Street and Park Drive

Thursday afternoon and evening to accommodate Stouffville Business Improvement Association’s annual event.

GO Transit and York Region Transit are detouring buses while the street is closed.

GO Transit

71 / 71A / 71C / 71D / 71F Stouffville / Toronto
70 / / 70B / 70E Uxbridge / Stouffville / Markham

(GO has not confirmed detour-routing information. This post describes how it detoured buses last summer during events that blocked the same part of Main Street.)

From 4 until 10 p.m. Thursday, May 21, southbound buses operate along their regular route to Main Street and Park Drive, then detour:

southward along Park;
westward along Burkholder Street; and then
northward along Market Street to Main,
resuming their regular route westward along Main.

Southbound buses skip their regular stop

  • on Main Street at Church Street North.

Northbound buses reverse the southbound detour routing.

Northbound buses serve all regular stops.

York Region Transit
9 Stouffville

From 4 until 10 p.m. Thursday, May 21, buses operate along their regular route to Main and Market Streets, then detour:

southward along Market;
eastward along Burkholder Street; and then
northward along Park Drive to Main,
resuming their regular route eastward along Main.

Buses skip their regular stop

  • on Main Street at Park Drive.
15 Stouffville

From 4 until 10 p.m. Thursday, May 21, buses operate along their regular route to Main Street and Park Drive, then detour:

southward along Park;
westward along Burkholder Street; and then
northward along Market Street to Main,
resuming their regular route westward along Main.

Buses skip their regular stop

  • on Main Street at Park Drive.

Instead, buses drop off or pick up passengers at a temporary stop

  • on Park Drive at Main Street.

World Partnership Walk

The City of Toronto is closing:

  • King Street West, south curb lane, between Duncan and Simcoe Streets,
  • Simcoe Street, two west lanes, between King and Wellington Streets West,
  • Wellington Street West between Simcoe Street and University Avenue,
  • University Avenue between College Street and Wellington Street West and
  • Queen’s Park from College Street to the south end of the park

Sunday morning and early afternoon to accommodate the annual walk to support the Aga Khan Foundation of Canada.

TTC passengers can expect delays during the event.

506 Carlton

From 11 a.m. until about 1:30 p.m. Sunday, May 24, passengers should expect delays as participants pass along University Avenue and Queen’s Park at College Street.

505 Dundas

From 11 a.m. until about 1:30 p.m. Sunday, May 24, passengers should expect delays as participants pass along University Avenue at Dundas Street West.

504 King

From 11 a.m. until about 1:30 p.m. Sunday, May 24, passengers should expect delays as participants pass along King Street West between Duncan and Simcoe Streets and along University Avenue at King West.

501 Queen

From 11 a.m. until about 1:30 p.m. Sunday, May 24, passengers should expect delays as participants pass along University Avenue at Queen Street West.


Inbound buses operate toward downtown.

Outbound buses operate away from downtown.