Nuit Blanche is back in town this weekend for its annual overnight celebration of art.
Come and check out this amazing all night art event! https://t.co/qOjCbRXhih
— City of Toronto Jobs (@CityTOjobs) October 2, 2015
That means the event will have a number of road closures in effect.
The following closures will begin at sunset on Saturday, October 3rd and go until sunrise Sunday, October 4th:
- Queen Street West will be closed between Yonge Street and University Avenue
- College Street East (curb only) closed from University Avenue to Elizabeth Street
- Queen’s Park will be closed from Bloor Street West to the separation on the north end of Queen’s Park Crescent (East and West)
- Queen’s Park Crescent (East and West) will be closed between Queen’s Park and College Street
- Bloor Street West( Eastbound curb lane) is closed west of St. George Street to Queen’s Park
- Queens Quay will have both partial and full closures between York and Parliament streets (including multiple access plans for the Redpath Sugar factory, George Brown College and TTC routes).
- Bay Street will have both partial and full closures between Dundas Street West and Queens Quay (most East and West intersections will remain open for local traffic).
The Queen streetcar will be diverting onto King Street between Spadina Avenue and Church Street.
Also, the all-night Blue Night service is being extended by the TTC for all-night service to a section of the subway:
Line 1 (Yonge-University-Spadina subway) will run all night from Downsview to Finch stations.
Line 2 (Bloor-Danforth subway) will run all night from Kipling and Kennedy Road stations.