I didn’t think it was possible, but the editorial standards of the Toronto Sun have dropped even further.From https://torontosun.com/news/local-news/the-way-we-were-toronto-thoroughfares-frustrating-past-and-present
"Over the many years I have presented this column to my Toronto Sun readers, the subject has always had some connection with our city’s past, be it the recent past or the distant past.
In a slight departure from the norm today’s column has to do with something that is happening even as I speak…er write.
It’s a story that drivers who use lower York St. to get into and out of downtown Toronto may find it an aggravating story because of the recently instituted lane closures on York between Bremner Blvd. (for the late Ray Bremner, City of Toronto Commissioner of Public Works) and Lake Shore Blvd. for PATH construction that will continue to tie up traffic for (at least) the next 14 months."
Parts of Ryerson could be connected to the PATH.I have discussed this in the particular project threads, but it looks like that there won't be any north-south PATH connection in the works connecting The Atrium and College Park.
Unless it happens via YSL and the east side of Yonge Street.
The Path buildings, in terms of access, all follow TTC subway hours.So this new path connection will probably close at 11pm when Longo's closes?