Early Sunday openings a highlight of TTC’s extended service for Pan Am
July 16, 2015
On Sunday, July 19 and Sunday, July 26, subway service will begin at 6 a.m. as part of the TTC’s commitment to keep the city moving throughout the 2015 Pan Am Games.
Weekday and Saturday subway service will continue as usual, though early closures north of Eglinton Station on Line 1 have been paused for the duration of the Games and will resume July 27.
Bus and streetcar service to Pan Am Games venues has also been increased, with over 50 additional buses deployed across the city to deliver relief when needed.
The 509 HARBOURFRONT streetcar is providing more frequent service between Union Station and Exhibition Loop and the CIBC Pan Am Park.
Temporary express bus routes have also been organized to service a number of Games venues, including:
- 193 EXHIBITION ROCKET: non-stop express buses from Dundas West Station to CIBC Pan Am Park (PAP)
- 194 AQUATICS CENTRE ROCKET: non-stop express buses from Don Mills Station to CIBC Pan Am/Parapan Am Aquatics Centre and Field House (PAC)
- 195 JANE ROCKET: express buses from Jane Station to CIBC Pan Am/Parapan Am Athletics Stadium (YOR)
The 406 VENUE SHUTTLE DOWNTOWN route is providing accessible bus service from St George and from Queen’s Park stations to the Ryerson Athletic Centre (RYA). Pan Am/Parapan Am spectators can also book accessible transit by calling the Call One booking service at 1-844-727-2663 (844-PARA ONE), open from 6 a.m. to midnight daily.
As a reminder, spectators with an event ticket have free TTC access on the day of their event.
Providing frequent transit service and friendly customer service are TTC priorities during the Games. TTC Games Ambassadors have been stationed at 28 transit hubs to help customers and spectators navigate some of the city’s busiest areas.
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