Raised transit stop platforms are being installed at two locations along the King Street Transit Priority Corridor. Learn more about the platforms and how to use them.

All modes of transportation are accommodated on King Street. Cars are not banned. While some through movements are restricted, it’s now easier for vehicles needing local access to get where they need to go on King Street. All local access to parking garages, condominiums, businesses, etc. is being maintained, and designated passenger loading zones and taxi stands are available at all times.

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Overview

The King Street Transit Priority Corridor between Bathurst Street and Jarvis Street aims to improve transit reliability, speed, and capacity by giving priority to streetcars over private vehicles.

How to Use the King Street Transit Priority Corridor

Find out how to get around on King Street.

Public Realm Transformation

Learn about the new public spaces, the design build competition and other enhancements along King Street.

Data Reports and Background Materials

Access dashboards, staff reports, studies and consultation materials.

King Street Events

Find out what's happening in King Street's new public spaces.

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