The City of Toronto has announced the closure of the Active TO Road over the long weekend of Victoria Day.
ActiveTO will be held at Bayviewer Venue on Rosedale Valley Road. From Lauren Harris Square, River Street between Bayviewer Venue and Spruce Street, Brimley Road to Medway. From 7am Saturday to 7pm Sunday to Scarbarrow Golf Club Road.
Active TO will also be held at Lake Shore Boulevard.West (east facing lane only), between Windermere Avenue and Stadium Road, Monday (Victoria Day) 7 am-7pm
According to the city, these road closures provide space for thousands of people to work on the main roads adjacent to frequently used sidewalks that contribute to the overall health and well-being of Toronto’s inhabitants. Repeatedly closed for a short period of time.
“We have made great strides in confronting the pandemic and reopening Toronto. City staff are back now, continuing to provide opportunities for ActiveTO with all new demand for roads and other public spaces. We are working to balance the need to respond as much as possible to all major events throughout Toronto, said in a statement.
“I encourage people to get out and enjoy ActiveTO and every part of our city this weekend.”
Toronto Public Health also hosts a mobile COVID-19 vaccination clinic along Lake Shore Boulevard. W. Monday’s Active TO route will help residents get the next eligible dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. The clinic is located in Lake Shore Boulevard. W. and Strachan Ave. are open from 9:30 am to 4:30 pm.
The clinic will receive the first, second, third and fourth doses of the COVID-19 vaccine and will operate on a walk-in basis without the need for a health card. Pfizer (including pediatric doses) and Moderna vaccines will be available. A mask is required in the clinic area.
ActiveTO will be re-enabled on the weekend of May 28-29. From Bayviewer Venue Lauren Harris Square on Rosedale Valley Road, River Street between Bayviewer Venue and Spruce Street, Brimley Road to Medway. Go to Scarbarrow Golf Club Road. Vehicles will be closed from 7:00 am on May 28th to 7:00 pm on May 29th. ActiveTO will be held at Lake Shore Boulevard.West (east facing lane only), between Windermere Avenue and Stadium Road, May 29, 7 am-7pm
Heart & Stroke will be hosting a Ride for Heart event along Lake Shore Blvd. W. Active TO will be closed on May 29th. The event aims to raise awareness about heart disease and stroke and will warm up the Manulife Heart & Stroke Ride for Heart, which will celebrate its 35th anniversary on June 5th. Heart & Stroke Street Team on-site from 9am to 5pm on May 29th
The ActiveTO route is open to pedestrians and cyclists and closed to vehicles. Residents planning to use the ActiveTO route will be required to access as a bicycle or pedestrian as there is no parking available on the premises and nearby parking is limited.
“As the warm climate approaches, the revival of ActiveTO will re-support the overall well-being of the population by encouraging active transportation and increasing the number of places to exercise with fresh air,” said the infrastructure. Chairman Jennifer McKelby (Scarbara Rouge Park) and the Environment Commission said in a statement.
The roads in High Park will also be closed for all three days on long weekends. Bloor St has limited street parking.
The city says those who need to drive near ActiveTO’s weekend closures generally need to be vigilant, consider alternative routes, and give them extra time to get to and from their destination. increase.
Road users should look for Bike Share Toronto Station and the seasonal Barrett Station, where mobile community ambassadors with additional bikes and docking points are located. Residents can download the PBSC app or access the station to get started.
Toronto announces Victoria Day weekend Active TO road closure
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