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Pan Am Games transit service



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The Pan Am Games start in Toronto and the Greater Golden Horseshoe are less than one week from now, from Friday, July 10 until Sunday, July 26.

Games organizers are encouraging everyone to take public transit to and from the various events. Transit is free of fare if you hold a valid Pan Am ticket on the day of a particular event or competition. On the day of your sport event you’re planning to attend, just show a printed copy of your ticket to the drivers aboard these transit systems:

The TTC is operating subway service earlier than usually Sundays during the games. Sundays, July 12, July 19 and July 26, the subway opens by 6 a.m., just as it does every other day of the week.

York Region Transit is operating the Call One call centre for specialized transit services during the games.

Call One Call Centre staff book advance requests for Games spectators who are current paratransit clients and require accessible transit to games venues across the Greater Toronto Area and Hamilton. The Call One Call Centre is open daily 6 a.m. until midnight during the games. Staff accept bookings as much as one week before the requested travel date.

They’ll also make sure passengers use accessible conventional transit services as much as possible, particularly for cross-boundary parts of trips. They’ll co-ordinate these cross-boundary trips with GO Transit to make sure passengers arrive at their venue promptly. Contact the Pan Am/Parapan Am Call One Call Centre at 1-844-PARA-ONE (727-2663) TTY 1-877-244-5002.

Since the games take place at multiple venues throughout Toronto and the Greater Golden Horseshoe area, we’ll be detailing Pan Am Games transit — including extra service and route diversions — region by region in a series of posts this week:

  • Part 1 reviews transit services for venues in downtown Toronto;
  • Part 2 reviews services in Scarborough;
  • Part 3 reviews services in North York;
  • Part 4 reviews services in Etobicoke;
  • Part 5 reviews services in Durham Region;
  • Part 6 reviews services in York Region;
  • Part 7 reviews services in Peel Region;
  • Part 8 reviews services in Halton Region;
  • Part 9 reviews services in the City of Hamilton; and
  • Part 10 reviews services in Niagara Region.