During Games time and especially in rush hour, the Greater Toronto Area will be busier than usual. Be sure to plan ahead and take steps to avoid delays. Check back here for essential City of Toronto updates for residents, businesses and visitors leading up to and during the 2015 Pan Am/Parapan Am Games.
The Parapan Am Games Opening Ceremony is taking place this Friday at York University starting at 7 p.m. Athletes and officials will be transported by over 120 buses from the Athletes' Village to York University starting at 3 p.m. using the temporary HOV lanes on northbound DVP and Highway 404 to Highway 407. Drivers are asked to consider taking public transit or using alternative routes.
To help support the festivities, a number of temporary traffic measures will go into effect in downtown Toronto on Sunday, July 26 to ensure athletes, coaches, media and officials arrive on time at the Pan Am Ceremonies Venue.
Learn more about how you can access the HOV lanes during the TORONTO2015 Parapan Am Games. Vehicles with two or more occupants will be able to use the temporary high occupancy vehicle (HOV) lanes beginning Tuesday, July 28.
TORONTO 2015 has released information about road races and road closures during the 2015 Pan Am/Parapan Am Games. Click here for details.
Learn more about the temporary changes to the City's road network from June 29 to August 18 and how to get around Toronto during the 2015 Games.
Find answers to your questions about getting around Toronto during the TORONTO 2015 Pan Am/Parapan Am Games.
Beginning Monday, June 1, public access to Corktown Common will be restricted as part of security and operational preparations for the CIBC Pan Am/Parapan Am Athletes’ Village, which encompasses the Corktown Common area. Cherry Street will also be partially closed for Games operations. More details...