Give yourself plenty of extra time or consider public transit if you plan on heading downtown late Tuesday afternoon.
The Blue Jays host Cleveland for Game 4 of the A-L-C-S, and some 50,000 people are expected to make their way to the Rogers Centre.
Large crowds are also expected to take in the game at local bars and restaurants.
In order to help with the exit of pedestrians and motorists leaving the area, Toronto police will have temporary road closures in place following the game.
– Blue Jays Way will have a partial road closure, for southbound traffic, from Front Street West to Navy Wharf
– Bremner Boulevard will have a partial road closure, for eastbound traffic, from Spadina Avenue to Rees Street
– Bremner Boulevard will have a full road closure, for eastbound traffic, from Rees Street to Lower Simcoe Street
– Bremner Boulevard will have a full road closure, for westbound traffic, from Lower Simcoe Street to Navy Wharf
– Rees Street will have a full road closure, for northbound traffic, from Lakeshore Blvd to Bremner Blvd
Due to the closures, traffic will be heavy and slow moving, so plan ahead.
Keep in mind, this game starts at 4:00 p.m.
It’s expected Aaron Sanchez will get the start for the Jays, who need a win to stay alive in this series.
Corey Kluber is expected to start for Cleveland.