Toronto Police Release List of Road Closures for St. Patrick’s Day Parade
Plan Ahead for Sunday’s Parade
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Toronto police have released a list of rolling road closures that will be in place for most of the day Sunday for the annual St. Patrick’s Day parade.
Details of the Parade
The 34th annual parade takes place March 19 at noon in Toronto. Full road closures will be in place along main streets such as Bloor, Yonge and Queen streets, with several other roads to be fully or partially closed.
Traffic Flow Impacts Expected
Police warn there will be traffic flow impacts in the area. The event will take place rain or shine, police said.
The parade starts at noon at Bloor and St. George streets, then heads eastbound on Bloor Street West, south on Yonge Street, west at Queen Street West and ends at Nathan Phillips Square.
A number of TTC routes will be impacted due to the parade, police said. Plan ahead and check for updates before heading out on Sunday.