Lake Shore Boulevard East not included in ActiveTO road closures for Labor Day long weekend – Beach Metro Community News


The eastbound lanes of Lake Shore Boulevard East between Leslie and Woodbine will not be closed on the Labor Day long weekend for ActiveTO. However, the Gardiner Expressway ramps at Lake Shore and Logan Avenue (shown in photo) are now permanently closed and being demolished.

The City of Toronto’s ActiveTO initiative will take place this Labor Day weekend, but it will not include the lane closure on Lake Shore East Boulevard.

Most summer weekends, the city closed the eastbound lanes of Lake Shore Boulevard East between Woodbine Avenue and Leslie Street to vehicular traffic to allow activities such as biking, roller skating lined up, walking and jogging.

However, due to the impacts of the closure of the access ramps to the far east of the Gardiner Expressway at Lake Shore Boulevard East and Logan Avenue, the closure of ActiveTO will not take place.

The Gardiner Ramps were closed permanently on the night of August 31 and this part of the highway is now demolished as part of the Gardiner Highway Rehabilitation Plan and the Port Lands Flood Protection Project.

ActiveTO closures will be in effect in other areas, including Bayview Avenue between Rosedale Valley Road and Lawren Harris Square.

This weekend will be closed from 6 a.m. on Saturday, September 4 until 9 p.m. on Sunday, September 5.

ActiveTO offers residents the option to get outside and exercise, while being able to maintain physical distance as warranted by public health restrictions due to the COVID-19 pandemic

For more information on ActiveTO and Bike Share Toronto station locations, please visit virus- spread / covid-19-activeto /

Did you like this article? If so, you may consider becoming a Volunteer subscriber at Beach Metro Community News and help us continue to provide the community with more local content like this. For over 40 years, our staff have worked hard to be the eyes and ears of your community, keeping you informed of upcoming events and letting you know what and who makes a difference. We cover the big stories as well as the little things that often matter most. CLICK HERE to support Beach Metro News.


Comments are closed.