Take the TTC to cheer on the Raptors
May 30, 2019
The TTC is helping Raptors fans get around safely as they cheer on the home team in the historic finals starting tonight, and Raptors in-arena announcer Herbie Kuhn is spreading the message with a special public address announcement now playing in all TTC subway stations.
Extra TTC staff will be on hand at Union Station to help customers get where they need to go, and additional subway trains will be on standby to enter service if needed.
All early subway closures scheduled for home and away game nights will be canceled, beginning with the early closure that was scheduled for tonight. The early closure scheduled for 11 p.m. on Wed., June 5 between Wilson and St. Clair West stations has also been canceled.
Some bus and streetcar routes near the Scotiabank Arena will divert toward the end of each game and remain on diversion until crowding subsides:
Southbound via Adelaide St. W. and Lower Jarvis St.
Northbound via Lower Jarvis St. and Richmond St E.
Both ways via Lower Jarvis St., Richmond St E., Yonge St. and Adelaide St E.
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Both ways via Lower Jarvis St, Queens Quay E. and Spadina Ave.
504 A/B will operate in two sections. There will be no service on King St. between Church St. and Spadina Ave. during the diversion
East of Yonge: West on King St., north on Church St., west on Richmond St., north on Victoria St., east on Queen St., south on Church St., east on King St. back to eastbound routing.
West of Yonge: East on King St., north on Spadina Ave., east on Adelaide St., south on Charlotte St., west on King St. to westbound routing
Follow @TTCNotices on Twitter to get the most up-to-date information on diversions.
The TTC is proud to connect the city during this historic moment and wishes all Toronto Raptors fans a fun and safe evening. Go, Raptors!
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