It would be a great fall to run on a Sunday, but some parts of town wouldn’t be so great for driving to errands in your car.
Toronto Police are advising motorists to be prepared for delays and find an alternative route ahead of Sunday’s Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon.
This year’s race will be unique due to the COVID-19 pandemic, with the marathon, half marathon and 5K all running virtual.
But there will be an individual 10K run with road closures enforced from 4 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
The following roads will remain closed:
- Lakeshore Boulevard will be completely closed (east and west) from West Bathurst Street to Windermere Avenue
- Access to the Boulevard Club, the Royal Canadian Legion and the Toronto Argonaut Rowing Club will be provided at Eastbound Curb Lane on Lakeshore Boulevard West from Windermere Avenue to Oarsman Drive.
- Access to HMCS York, Coronation Park and Ontario Place will be provided via Remembrance Drive from Stadium Road
- Fort York Boulevard will remain completely closed between Fleet Street and Lakeshore Boulevard West
- Strachan Avenue between Fleet Street and Lakeshore Boulevard West will be completely closed