It's easy to access the event by foot, bike, transit or car. Take advantage of all-night TTC service on part of the subway system and the car free zones.
New this year, partial road closures of Queen Street West, Bay Street, Queens Quay and Queen's Park will provide safe and easy access to many projects for pedestrians. This is to ensure the safety of large audiences and improve free-flowing access to the art.
Cycling is a great way to see as many projects across the city as possible. Don't forget a safety light, bell and helmet. If you don't have your own bike, check out Bike Share, Toronto's public bike system.
In addition to the regular all-night Blue Night Network service, the TTC (Toronto Transit Commission) is extending all-night service to a portion of the subway.
Some surface routes will be diverted around event street closures.
Park & Ride
Free all-night parking is available at TTC Commuter Parking Lots. For more information about TTC's all-night bus network, visit www.ttc.ca.
Special Event Day Pass
The Scotiabank Nuit Blanche TTC Day Pass for $11.50 allows a single customer or a family/group of customers (up to six people, maximum two adults and 4 youths, 19 years of age or under) to pay one low price for unlimited travel on all regular TTC service. Valid from the start of service on Saturday, October 3 until 9 am on Sunday, October 4. Available at all subway station Collector Booths beginning September 17. Day Passes cannot be used at automatic entrances.
Regular GO Train service runs half hourly on Saturday, October 3 along the Lakeshore line between Aldershot and Oshawa. The rest of the GO network is served by GO Bus.
Special late-night service
The following extra trains will run to and from Union Station.
Visit gotransit.com for schedules.
Save with a GO Group Pass
With a GO Group Pass up to three youths ride free for the price of the two paying adults. The Group Pass allows up to five people (maximum two adults and three youths under the age of 18) unlimited travel in one day between two fare zones. For Scotiabank Nuit Blanche, the GO group and day passes purchased on Saturday October 4 are valid for the extra homebound train trips on Sunday, October 5.
Take advantage of car free exhibitions with these key road closures providing more space for pedestrians and to improve free-flowing access to the art.
Partial and full closures between York Street and Parliament Street, starting at 4 pm Saturday, October 3 until 9 am Sunday, October 4
Queen Street West
Closed between Yonge Street and University Avenue starting at 6 pm Saturday, October 3 until 8 am Sunday, October 4
Partial and full closures between Dundas Street West and Queens Quay starting at 6 pm Saturday, October 3 until 8 am Sunday, October 5
Closed between Bloor Street and Queens Park Crescent starting at 5 pm Saturday, October 3 until 8 am Sunday, October 4
Queens Park Crescent (east and west)
Closed between Queens Park and College Street starting at 5 pm Saturday, October 3 until 8 am Sunday,
City of Toronto, Transportation Services - Expressway and major route closures.