Scary Toronto Road Closures Halloween Weekend (Oct 26 – 29)

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With Halloween amping up this weekend we have a few scary Toronto road closures lurking around the closet door.

Specifically, the Gardiner will be closed between the East Mall and Don Valley Parkway for its annual maintenance work.

On a brighter note, some closures are going towards a good cause like the Toronto West Halloween Fest which will go to help St. Joseph’s Health Centre Foundation, so it’s a bit of a trick and treat this weekend.

READ: TTC Subway Closures: Delayed Opening On Part Of Line 2 This Weekend

Gardiner Expressway Construction – POSTPONED

Effective: Friday at 11:00 p.m to Monday, October 29
  • Gardiner Expressway E. closed eastbound from The East Mall to Don Valley Parkway N.
  • Gardiner Expressway W. closed westbound from The East Mall to Don Valley Parkway S.

Parkside Dr. Closure

Effective: Friday 9:00 p.m. to Monday 5:00 a.m.
  • Parkside Dr. closed from The Queensway to Lake Shore Blvd. W.
READ: TTC Subway Closures: 4 Stations Closed On Line 1 Halloween Weekend

Toronto West Halloween Fest

Effective: Sunday 6:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
  • Bloor St. W. closed from Runnymede Rd. to Willard Ave.

Oxi Day Parade

Effective: Sunday 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
  • Chester Ave. closed from Danforth Ave. to Ln. N. Danforth E. Chester
  • Danforth Ave. closed from Broadview Ave. to Donlands Ave.

Dufferin St. Resurfacing

Effective: All weekend
  • Dufferin Street will be reduced to one traffic lane in each direction from Bloor St. West to College St.
READ: 10 Free And Spooky Things To Do This Halloween Weekend

Main St. Closure

Effective: All weekend
  • Main St. closed from Doncaster Ave. to Lumsden Ave.
  • Main St. closed from Gerrard St. E. to Kingston Rd.

Broadview/Dundas TTC Streetcar Track Construction

Effective: All weekend
  • Broadview Ave. closed from First Ave. to Kintyre Ave.
  • Dundas St E. closed from Hamilton St. to Boulton Ave.

Jarvis Closed Queen To Dundas/Water Main Repair

Effective: All weekend
  • One northbound lane and one southbound lane of Jarvis Street between Dundas and Queen streets closed.
  • Pedestrian access available.
  • Drivers and cyclists will be urged to use either Church or Sherbourne.
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