Games Information Sessions
From December 2014 to May 2015, the TO2015 and its partners held more than 70 information sessions for residents and businesses, where general updates on the Games as well as details on transportation, security and venues was provided.
Representatives from TO2015, the Ministry of Transportation, the Integrated Security Unit and the respective municipalities held these sessions in all 16 municipalities in order to answer questions about the Games’ impact.
We have a number of resources available for you to help you travel around the region.
Visit ontario.ca/Games2015 to review the transportation plans and learn about the changes that will be in place during the Games, such as new, temporary HOV lanes and the impacts on local traffic. Business owners can also find the comprehensive business guide, Keep Your Business Moving, for transportation planning and sign up to receive a business newsletter filled with important Games updates from the Ministry of Transportation.
Smart Commute is offering a free, special Games Service to help businesses get ready for the Games. Smart Commute also offers a great online tool that helps daily commuters identify carpool partners, and review transit and biking routes to save time and money and reduce environmental impacts.
CIBC, Lead Partner of the TORONTO 2015 Games, has created a business readiness checklist with tips on banking, deliveries and staffing plans to help companies think and plan ahead for the Games.