TTC adds service for Maple Leafs game tonight

The TTC is adding extra service tonight to help fans get around the city safely as they cheer on the Maple Leafs in game three of the first-round playoffs at Scotiabank Arena.


With the excitement building for this crucial game, the TTC is ensuring that everyone can get to and from the action as efficiently as possible.


  • Additional subway trains will be running on Line 1 Yonge-University and Line 2 Broadview-Danforth, ensuring that fans can easily travel to and from the game.


  • Starting at 4 p.m., additional streetcars will operate on the 509 Habourfront route, which connects at Union Station. This added service will provide fans with a convenient way to travel to and from Scotiabank Arena.


  • There will also be additional TTC staff at Union Station and other key locations in the downtown core to assist customers, answer questions, and manage crowds, ensuring a smooth experience for all travelers.


  • For those who prefer to take a bus, the 19 Bay, 72B Pape, and 121 Esplanade-River routes are reliable alternatives to and from Scotiabank Arena.


The TTC anticipates a high volume of fans cheering on the Leafs tonight and advises customers that some streets may be closed, necessitating potential route diversions. To stay informed about any last-minute service changes, customers are encouraged to follow @TTCnotices on X for up-to-date information.


Go Leafs Go!

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