Map to the Crossroads of the Danforth, Toronto
Wheels on the Danforth takes place at the crossroads where Danforth Avenue and Danforth Road meet. We close off almost a kilometre stretch of Danforth Avenue, one of the major arteries running east and west through Toronto, and Danforth Road.
Parking: Specific parking lot locations will be shown on the Event Area Map. Please check before you travel. The event area is closed to all vehicular traffic which makes for a great street party but a serious parking challenge. Parking on our residential side streets during the Wheels of the Danforth is extremely limited and illegally parked vehicles are vigilantly tagged and towed away.
From the East: Exit the 401 at the Kingston Road (Hwy 2A) exit and follow Kingston Road west bound for 11km. Then take the Danforth Avenue split (right) and follow Danforth Avenue west for 2km. At Warden Avenue, you’ve reached the event gates. Turn left or right for parking along Warden Avenue or just a little south off of Warden on Clonmore Drive.
From the West and North: Exit the 401 and travel south on Victoria Park Avenue for 9km. Turn left(east) onto Danforth Avenue and the event gates will be ½ km ahead. Park along any of the side streets where it is allowed.
Alternatively, travel south on either Warden Avenue, Danforth Road, or Pharmacy Avenue. Once you have reached Danforth Avenue, you have arrived at the event. Park along any of the side streets where it is allowed.
From the SouthWest: Follow the Gardiner Expressway east and continue onto Lakeshore Blvd for another 3km. Turn onto Woodbine Avenue and follow it north for 2km until Danforth Avenue. Turn right and travel 3km more to reach event gates. Park along any of the side streets where it is allowed.
Danforth Avenue is conveniently located on the Toronto Transit Commission's (TTC's) Bloor-Danforth Subway line.
The event is a five minute walk from the Victoria Park Subway Station. Walk south from the station to Danforth Avenue and turn left. Make sure to check out the stores along the way.
Toronto's subway system is safe, reliable, and convenient and operates on Saturday from approximately 6am to 1:30am.
Please call (416)393-INFO(4636) for Schedule and fare information.http://www.city.toronto.on.ca/ttc/
We strongly suggest taking public transit to ensure your visit is completely stress free.
By Go Transit:
GO operates commuter trains and buses that link suburban and outlying communities to downtown Toronto, as well as other routes.
Union Station is the central hub of the GO system and from here you can easily hop on the TTC to get to the Crossroads of the Danforth by subway.
For fares and information call 416-869-3200, or 1-888-GET-ON-GO.