TTC Subways To Run All Night For Nuit Blanche Weekend — And One Line Is FREE

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Nuit Blanche is on this weekend in Toronto, which means the TTC will run all night. Plus, Line 3 in Scarborough will be completely free!

Correct: F. R. E. E.

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On September 29, Toronto transforms into one of the largest and most unique all-night art festivals in the world, with contemporary art installations scattered throughout the city.

All of the projects included in Nuit Blanche will be grouped into six easily-accessed neighbourhoods to make exploring more efficient and to moderate foot traffic.

To make travel easy for the thousands of people who attend the festival, the TTC is offering all-night service on its major subway lines, and one line will be free. (We just had to write “free” again.)

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The Subway Lines That Run All Night For Nuit Blanche

Besides the regular all-night Blue Night Network service, the TTC is extending all-night service to a generous stretch of the subway.

  • Line 1 Yonge-University service will operate all night from Vaughan Metropolitan Centre Station to Finch Station.
  • Line 2 Bloor-Danforth service will operate all night from Kipling Station to Kennedy Station.
  • Line 3 Scarborough service will operate all night from Kennedy Station to McCowan Station.
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The FREE Line

Additionally, service on Line 3 Scarborough (SRT) will be free from 7 p.m. on September 29 to 7 a.m. on September 30, through fare gate access at the following stations:

  • Kennedy
  • Lawrence East
  • Ellesmere
  • Midland
  • Scarborough Centre
  • McCowan.
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The all-night service is regular fare except on Line 3.

So now there’s no reason not to explore Toronto until the sun comes up … or until you fall asleep… or whatever comes first.

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