Toronto ice storm travel disruptions
TORONTO – The worst of the weekend ice storm has passed, but travel services around the GTA are still being affected.
As winds picked up on Sunday, Pearson International Airport advised travellers to check their flight status with their airline.
You can search for any flight delays here by entering your airline, location or flight number.
Billy Bishop Airport is advising passengers to allow for extra time due to higher passenger volumes.
You can check Porter delays and cancellations here or can call the Porter call centre at 1-888-619-8622.
GO Transit is advising customers that Saturday night’s ice storm has caused frozen equipment, power outages and service suspension for parts of the train system. GO Transit is experiencing “major delays” and is operating on an adjusted winter schedule.
GO Transit is experiencing major delays along the Lakeshore East, Stouffville and Richmond Hill lines.
Via Rail is also expecting delays on some routes, and suggests travellers consult their website or call directly.
The TTC was also affected by the ice storm Sunday and warned of icy and slippery conditions that require travellers to be careful stepping on and off TTC vehicles.
The Scarborough RT line reopened Monday afternoon after being closed by the weekend ice storm.
A number of TTC bus routes are diverting due to fallen trees and power lines blocking the roadway:
- 12 Kingston Rd.
- 14 Glencairn
- 15 Evans
- 25 Don Mills
- 38 Highland Creek
- 39 Finch East
- 53 Steeles East
- 55 South Leaside
- 62 Mortimer
- 63 Ossington
- 64 Main
- 71 Runnymede
- 75 Sherbourne
- 76 Royal York South
- 87 Cosburn
- 88 Leaside
- 89 Weston Rd.
- 98 Willowdale-Senlac
- 115 Silver Hills
- 122 Graydon Hall
- 127 Davenport
- 133 Neilson
- 169 Huntingwood
The 28 Davisville, 82 Rosedale, 97A Yonge and 162 Lawrence-Donway routes have been suspended due to impassable roads.
For the latest updates from the TTC visit the service alert section of their website here or follow along in our live blog below:
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