Pan Am Street Closures
The Pan Am / Parapan Am games will take place on July 10-26 and August 7-15 respectively. There are some scheduled road closures near venues to facilitate athlete movement during the Games. Please review the list below to help plan your travels accordingly.
Varsity Stadium at the University of Toronto will primarily be used for archery events during the Games.
To accommodate this, Hoskin Avenue will be closed between Devonshire Place and Queen's Park Crescent from June 22 to August 22.
Cyclists will be asked to dismount on Hoskin Ave between Devonshire and Queen's Park. There is signage placed along Hoskin starting at Spadina and Queen's Park Crescent notifying cyclists of the closure.
Opening Ceremonies (July 10)
During the Pan Am Opening Ceremonies on July 10, there will be lane closures and parking suspensions around the Roger's Centre to accommodate athletes and their families. These closures will begin rolling out at 1pm and all affected streets will be re-open by midnight.
Affected streets include Front Street (north and south curb lane parking suspension between Spadina Ave and Draper St), Bremner Boulevard (local traffic only permitted from Navy Wharf to Van de Water Cres W), Rees Street (closed to public traffic from Lake Shore Blvd to Bremner Blvd), and Wellington Street (between Church St and John St).
Temporary High-Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) Lanes
There will be a temporary HOV lane on Lake Shore Boulevard west of Spadina in the westbound direction, and west of Rees Street in the eastbound direction. These lanes will be in effect from June 29 – August 18.
Lake Shore Boulevard will be closed west of Strachan each weekend of the Games for Triathalon, Marathon, and Road Cycling events.