It's easy to access the event on foot, by bike, transit or car. Take advantage of all-night TTC service on part of the subway system and pedestrian-friendly exhibition areas.
New this year, partial road closures of Queen Street West, Bay Street and Queen's Park Crescent will provide safe and easy access to many projects for pedestrians. This is to ensure the safety of large audiences and improve free-flowing access to the art.
Cycling is a great way to see as many projects across the city as possible. Don't forget, safety first. Be equiped with a light, bell and helmet. If you don't have your own bike, check out Bike Share, Toronto's public bike system.
All-Night TTC Service
In addition to the regular all-night Blue Night Network service, the TTC (Toronto Transit Commission) is extending all-night service to a portion of the subway.
- Line 1 Yonge-University subway will operate all night from Downsview to Finch
- Line 2 Bloor-Danforth subway will operate all night from Kipling to Kennedy
Some surface routes will be diverted around event street closures.
- 501 Queen Streetcar will be diverted onto King Street between Spadina Avenue and Church Street.
Park & Ride
Free all-night parking is available at TTC Commuter Parking Lots. For more information about TTC's all-night bus network, extended service and service diversions, visit www.ttc.ca..
Take advantage of car-free exhibitions. A series of road closures create a pedestrian-friendly event and improve free-flowing access to the art.
Queen's Park Crescent
Northbound closed between College St. and Charles St. W. starting at 3:30 pm, Saturday, September 30 until 8:30 am, Sunday, October 1.
Southbound closed between College St. and Bloor St. W. starting at 3:30 pm, Saturday, September 30 until 8:30 am, Sunday, October 1.
*Queen's Park street closure is immediately followed by a street closure for Run for the Cure.
Queen Street West
Closed between Yonge St. and University Ave. starting at 6:30 pm, Saturday, September 30 until 8 am, Sunday, October 1
Closed between Dundas St. W. and Richmond St. W. starting at 8 am, Saturday, September 30 until 10 am, Sunday, October 1.
Closed between Richmond St. W. and Front St. W. starting at 4:30 pm, Saturday, September 30 until 10 am, Sunday October 1.