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Read on for more street closures at Toronto this weekend…

The article Toronto Road Closures To Steer Clear Of The Weekend (Apr. 12-14) appeared on Toronto Storeys.

It’s season which means Torontonians can expect an influx in traffic around the city’s biggest stadiums (and sports bars).

Pharmacy Ave./Eglinton Ave. Eglinton LRT Closure

Effective: Saturday, Apr. 13 at 7 a.m. to Sunday, Apr. 14 in 11 p.m.
  • Pharmacy Ave. closed from Eglinton Ave. to Eglinton Ave. E.

Vaughan Rd.. Closure

Powerful: Saturday, Apr. 13 from 7 a.m. to 4
  • Vaughan Rd. closed from Oakwood Ave. into Northcliffe Blvd..

Six Points Construction

Effective: Sunday, Feb. 24 out of 12 a.m. to  Saturday, Aug. 31 at 11:59 p.m.
  • Bloor St. W. closed from Kipling Ave. to Dunbloor Rd.. Watermain Installation
    Effective: Thursday, Jan. 31 from 5:30 p.m. to Saturday, Jun. 8 at 11:59 p.m.
    • Crescent Rd. closed from Cluny Dr. into Mount Pleasant Rd..

    York St. Closure

    Effective: Friday, Jan. 4 7 a.m. to Thursday, Apr. 30, 2020 in 11 p.m.
    • York St. closed from Bremner Blvd. to Lake Shore Blvd.. W.

    Sporting Event Closures

    Tampa Bay Ray vs. Toronto Blue Jays

    Powerful: Friday, Apr. 12  out of 9:37 p.m. to 10:37 p.m., Saturday, Apr. 13 from 5:37 p.m. to 6:37 p.m. and Sunday, Apr. 14 from 3:37 p.m. to 4:37 p.m.
    • Blue Jays Way closed from Spadina Ave. to Front St. W.
    • Bremner Blvd. closed out of Lower Simcoe St. into Lake Shore Blvd.. W.
    • Navy Warf Crt. Closed from Bremner Blvd. to Blue Jays Way
    • Rees St. closed from Bremner Blvd. into Lake Shore Blvd.. W.

    New England Black Wolves vs. Toronto Rock

    Effective: Friday, Apr. 12 from 10 p.m. to 11 p.m.
    • Bremner Blvd. closed from Lower Simcoe St. to Lake Shore Blvd.. W.
    • York St. closed from St. W. to Lake Shore Blvd.. W.

    Orlando Magic vs. Toronto Raptors

    Effective: Saturday, Apr. 13 beginning at 5 orgasmic
    • Bremner Blvd. closed from Maple Leaf Square along with York St.

This Saturday, four of Toronto’s most-watched teams would be playing at 3 pm and finish around 10 p.m.. The fantastic news for Toronto drivers is the two of these games will be from town. Saturday afternoon will see the Jays host the Rays and the Raptors host the Magic. Both games will lead to closures, so if you’re not a fan and aren’t attending the matches, you might want to steer clear of their stadiums.