The free shuttle buses at Nuit Blanche in Toronto have been canceled
If you're planning to head out on the town for Nuit Blanche — Toronto's all-night public art event — tomorrow night, you may be wondering about the best way to get around.
Luckily, the TTC will be open all night long.
According to the TTC's website, subway service on all three lines will run every 10 to 15 minutes from 1:30 a.m. on Sunday morning until regularly scheduled service resumes at 8 a.m.
Some streetcar service will also be extended.
Subway service will run all night on Lines 1, 2 & 3, Sat/Sun. morning for @nuitblancheTO. 509 Harbourfront & 511 Bathurst streetcar service will also be extended. 6 Bay,121 Fort-York Esplanade & 501/301 Queen will be on diversion. Visit https://t.co/U63daw1U0t for more— TTC Service Alerts (@TTCnotices) October 3, 2019
Still, Nuit Blanche art installations will be on display all over the city, and it's not always easy to get from one destination to the next.
Free 45-person shuttle buses were previously announced for Nuit Blanche but those have now been canceled.
Due to unforeseen circumstances, there will no longer be a shuttle service for Nuit Blanche. Not to worry, the TTC is free all night and we’re just minutes away from the downtown core. See you tonight!— Aga Khan Museum (@AgaKhanMuseum) October 5, 2019
So if there's any reason to stay up all night in the brisk fall weather, this is it, Toronto.
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