1000’s of runners are planning to attend the annual Toronto Marathon underway early Sunday morning, affecting main intersections throughout the town.
Starting at 6 a.m. and lasting till three p.m., the highway closures shall be in impact because the race begins at 7:30 a.m.
Runners will begin their race at Yonge Avenue and Sheppard Avenue, then head south on Yonge and wind by numerous neighbourhoods, finally travelling east in the direction of the Don River after which again west throughout downtown to Humber Bay Park East.
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Surrounding streets north of Yonge and Sheppard can even be initially closed in the course of the begin of the race.
Native roads and intersections that shall be closed embody:
Yonge Avenue at or close to Sheppard AvenueYonge Avenue between Sheppard Avenue and Davisville Avenue/Chaplin CrescentChaplin Crescent between Yonge Avenue and Oriole ParkwayOriole Parkway between Chaplain Crescent and Lonsdale RoadSpadina Highway between Lonsdale Highway and Austin TerraceDavenport Highway between MacPherson Avenue and Belmont StreetBelmont Avenue/Aylmer Avenue/Rosedale Valley Highway between Davenport Highway and Bayview AvenueBayview Avenue from Rosedale Valley Highway to Decrease River StreetKing Avenue East between Decrease River Avenue and Sumach StreetEastern Avenue between Sumach Avenue and Entrance Avenue EastFront Avenue East/Wellington Avenue between Jap Avenue and John StreetJohn Avenue between Wellington Avenue East and Entrance Avenue WestFront Avenue West between John Avenue and Bathurst StreetBathurst Avenue between Entrance Avenue West and Fort York BoulevardFort York Boulevard between Bathurst Avenue and Fleet StreetFleet Avenue between Fort York Boulevard and Strachan AvenueStrachan Avenue between Fleet Avenue and Remembrance Drive
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From midday till eight p.m., the Khalsa Day parade will contain roads closures in Etobicoke, together with:
Humberwood Boulevard between Morning Star Drive and Humberline DriveHumberline Drive between Humberwood Boulevard and Finch Avenue WestFinch Avenue West between Humberline Drive and Westmore DriveWestmore Drive between Finch Avenue West and Provider Drive
In the meantime, the Manulife Paddle the Don occasion will shut Bayview Avenue between Mill Avenue and Entrance Avenue East from eight a.m. to six p.m.
TTC diversions and delays will also be anticipated in these areas.
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